Very good local island food with a great view; this is always a return food spot for us yearly and have never been disappointed yet oxtail is delicious along with the snapper and turtle
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I can only speak to the food, since our meal was part of a tour and was ready pretty much when we arrived. Mass quantities of food, pretty good variety. We were there on a Sunday, and our guide said there was usually more on the menu on Sundays. I had an island style shredded beef, which was excellent. My... 更多
First and foremost, this is a local joint, and the food is basically made in a lady's kitchen. If that doesn't sit well with you, then skip it. The food was delicious and prices are great (BYOB if you wish, no alcohol sold there but sodas, juices and water are sold). You go inside and look at the board. What's... 更多
This little place on the side of the road is the home to Vivian. Sweet older lady cooking in your kitchen and making down home Caribbean style food. Everything we tried was delicious, the plates were full and generous and the view is spectacular from her backyard. We're already talking about going again
Maybe we missed the mark here by going for supper because on another drive by, it looked like they may have had a bbq which may have been better. Not much fish in the battered fish, cold mashed potatoes and frozen not fresh veggies.
Very small, mostly outside 'hole in the wall' restaurant but amazing food and nice location. Rum Cake is amazing. You wont see it advertised much but you have to eat there if you are on the island.
Just look at the pics on google earth for the menu. It's simple local fare at a reasonable price, made right in someone's home kitchen. Just park on either side of the road (off the pavement) because the parking lot is pretty tight. It's semi-outdoors and no air-conditioning, but right on the coast with a nice breeze and shade. Prices... 更多
Miss Vivine's food was exquisite. Its just like going to grandma's house and getting your fill of comfort food both in the depth of flavor in her food and warmth her place exudes. (Despite my Midwest grandmother's knowing absolutely nothing about Caribbean cuisine :) )