Rainbow pancakes piled high with toppings galore, over-the-top milkshakes, decadent cheesecakes, and sundaes that serve a crowd. If extravagant were an eatery, it would be The Sugar Factory at Baha Mar. Part candy shop, part restaurant, this worldwide sensation serves up unique savory dishes, countless creative treats, and over 40 oversized goblet cocktails. Talk about a sweet spot.
Named one of the world’s most Instagrammable restaurants by Food & Wine Magazine, its kaleidoscope décor makes the perfect backdrop for making memories and taking Insta-worthy pictures! Remember to take home some one-of-a-kind confections for future cravings on your way out.
In Nassau Paradise Island, you’ll gaze up at a coconut palm in nearly every beach chair you laze in. Plentiful and versatile, It’s no wonder these tropical fruits have been transformed into delicious desserts of all types, from tarts to truffles.
The Coconut Gateau at Kanoo, Sandals Royal Bahamian, tastes like an island vacation, and the Warm Chocolate Cake With Coconut Sorbet at DUNE by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten makes a worthy final course for any sophisticated soirée. For a finale to an evening of Japanese cuisine, opt for the Sticky Coconut Rice at Kimonos, Sandals Royal Bahamian.
Cool Confections at Sun & Ice
Chill out on hot days with a scoop or two of Sun & Ice’s fresh ice cream, gelato, or sorbet, made in-house daily in the lobby of The Coral at Atlantis. This isn’t your everyday ice cream parlor. Inspired by his sweet childhood memories, Bahamian Chef Wayne Moncur created this farm-to-table cold treat experience with a foundation in the simple goodness of fresh milk, cream, egg yolks, and pure cane sugar.
Sun & Ice goes far beyond the typical chocolate and vanilla. Sample unique and locally-inspired ice cream flavors like Soursop, Caramelized Sugar Banana, Allspice Potato Bread, and Coconut Candy. Or, opt for a refreshing Pineapple & Thyme sorbet or smooth and rich Mango Skin gelato.