Bahamian cooking includes seafood such as fish, shellfish, lobster, crab, and conch,as well as tropical fruits, rice, peas, pigeon peas, potatoes, and pork. Popular seasonings commonly used in dishes include chilies (hot pepper), lime, cilantro, tomatoes, onions, garlic, allspice, cinnamon, rum, and coconut.Rum-based beverages are popular on the island.Since the Bahamas consist of a multitude of islands, notable culinary variations exist.
There are plenty of baby and toddler friendly food options on the island and you will be able to find high chairs and changing areas in hotels and resorts. Many of the restaurants catering to tourists will also have high chairs but it may be better to bring a fold away high chair just in case.
For a list of baby and toddler friendly restaurants in The Bahamas click here.