Runaway Hill Inn

 

You are in the Bahamas and you are looking for the perfect place to experience the native cuisine. The restaurant at the Runaway Hill Inn offers authentic Bahaman eats in an elegant setting. The Runaway Hill Inn Harbor Island resort is hidden away on a bluff and the restaurant has a beautiful view of the pink sand beach and the ocean. The dining room offers all three meals in a relaxed, yet elegant setting.

The Runaway Hill Inn Menu

The breakfast menu includes such nutritious fair as a roasted butternut squash bowl, which includes sautéed greens, spices, pine nuts and goat cheese and is topped off with an egg. If that sounds a bit too healthy for vacation food, you can always get a two-egg burrito, which comes loaded with eggs, sausage and potatoes, or a waffle with berries and maple syrup.

The appetizers on the lunch menu are worth the trip in themselves. The caprese panini contains wonderfully fresh tomato, mozzarella, and pesto. The conch fritters feature the much sought after snail fried in a spicy batter with calypso sauce.

The main courses include grilled fish tacos, which come accompanied by Italian style potato salad. The veggie sandwich is packed with a zippy red beet hummus and a lot of fresh veggies. They offer a few salads, and the wedge salad has a delicious blue cheese dressing.

The dinner menu at Runaway Hill Inn offers a remarkable beet salad that contains candied pecans and a cheesy Caesar salad with a creamy dressing. The main courses include a popular grouper in curry sauce. If fish is not your thing, they have many delicious pastas, including a seasonal risotto and a linguini pomodoro that has a light and tasty sauce with basil, tomatoes and olive oil.

The dessert tray has a lot of variety offering standard treats, such as molten cake and crème brulee and a couple of treats that are a favorite with locals such as balsamic roasted strawberries with pepper and a coconut banana cream pie.

The Drinks

The bartenders at Runaway Hill Inn Harbor Island are not stingy with the alcohol at this restaurant. Blended drinks are all the rage here, and they are famous for the Goombay Smash, which contains regular rum, pineapple juice and apricot rum.

Where to Stay

Now that you’ve decided on a place to eat, you will need a place to stay. Travel agents and travel websites simply do not offer rooms on Harbour Island. You will need an experienced vacation rental agency to help you. Call the travel experts at Island Real Estate at 888-779-3986 and get your vacation started today!