Our first meal stop on the island turned into the place we had Rain’s birthday dinner while in Bermuda. The place was pretty empty with music playing at a moderate level. I don’t know what prompted me to order a ginger beer, but I’m happy I did. It became my drink of choice on the entire trip. Rain and I shared macaroni and cheese, sticky honey wings, and a combination platter of grilled shrimp, fried shrimp, and sautéed shrimp. We were able to choose 2 sides so we got coleslaw and French fries. Everything was good. The macaroni and cheese was quite interesting as it had a sweetness to it along with an odd shade of orange. It definitely was not the Mac and Cheese I’m use to at Harlem restaurants, but it was still good. The sticky wings were crispy, sticky, a little spicy, and super sweet. The shrimp was so delicious; Rain and I fought over the last shrimp. Since it was her birthday, I gave in.
For dessert we had a moist, warm brownie with a dollop of whipped cream. Our waiter was kind enough to light a candle and serenade Rain with a song by rapper 50 Cent called in the club. I couldn’t stop laughing, it was too funny. “Go shorty! It’s your birthday!” He sang.
Overall, LITT was a nice introduction to some of the food and experiences Bermuda has to offer. The restaurant seemed like a great after work spot to visit for drinks and food. The music was a perfect mix of hip hop and top 40. The bartender was very friendly, he gave us directions on getting around the island, and suggested we visit Shelly Bay beach which is a calm beach that is easy to get to from the restaurant by bus.
13 Reid Street
Hamilton, Bermuda HM12