I read some nice things so I brought my family there to try it. My dad was upset—it was away from the water (no view), hot (no air-conditioning) and dead (two other people in there). I told him her wanted something local, and this was very clearly local.
They didn’t have menus so the woman read us our lunch options (it is only open for lunch). There were four of us, but we split two meals, both me and my dad wanted the Mahi-mahi and my mom said she didn’t trust the looks of the kitchen. I had Mahi-mahi and my brother had chicken. I thought my fish was great and the rice was one of the best things I ate on the island. My brother was pleasantly surprised that the meat fell right off the bones of his chicken. There was an odd potato like mush that we didn’t eat much of and some canned peas as well.
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