Fish by José Andrés at The Cove, Atlantis, has officially reopened. The dining outlet, helmed by Michelin-starred chef José Andrés, offers sustainable seafood dishes that showcase authentic Bahamian flavors.
Guests entering Fish at The Cove will experience an underwater world immersed in marine life, rocks, sand, flora, and fauna. The chic restaurant offers an open layout with a palette of cerulean, pearl, and azure hues, creating a serene atmosphere. Various photographic murals from Bahamas-based artist Elena Kalis are artfully placed throughout the dining room, inspired by the ocean steps away from the restaurant.
“I love The Bahamas – the people, the spirit, and the food. From my time there in 2019 with World Central Kitchen, in addition to the challenges the last year has brought, I am inspired by the resiliency of this beautiful island,” said chef José Andrés. “I could not be happier to reopen Fish and welcome back our guests and team to this special place that means so much to me.”
Highlights of the new dinner menu include bay scallops with leche de tigre and Fresno chili; tuna nikkei from Hawaii with soy-cured egg yolk, ponzu, puffed quinoa, avocado, jicama, red onion, and furikake; fried fish sliders with island slaw and potato chips; seafood croquetas, béchamel fritters with Caribbean seafood; and halibut from Alaska grilled over a wood fire, black garlic mojo, pineapple, and chayote.
Diners at Fish by José Andrés can enjoy the chef’s Bahamian spin on its tasting menu experience. Ranging from eight to 13 dishes – items such as crab cake sliders with dijonaise sauce, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes; ceviche clasico with leche de tigre, sweet potatoes, red onion, corn, cilantro; and key lime pie with key lime cream, graham cracker crumble, toasted meringue, blueberry, and lime air.
Fish offers a variety of specially crafted, Bahamian-inspired cocktails, including The Rebel with Banks 5 Island Rum, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, lemon, honey and sesame; Salt Air Margarita with Casa Noble Crystal Tequila, Combier orange liqueur, and lime; and Slo-Mo Time Machine with Absolut Elyx Vodka, Licor 43, Yellow Chartreuse, Avuá Prata Cachaça, orange, and club soda. The restaurant also offers a wide array of wine and beer options.
“Since opening at The Cove in 2018, Fish by José Andrés has been a signature experience for guests at the resort as well as Paradise Island and Nassau overall,” said Audrey Oswell, president and managing director, Atlantis Paradise Island. “We know our guests and local residents alike will delight in a truly unique dining experience that will leave them wanting to come back.”