Great little spot in Marigot Bay. Service was better than typical St. Lucia but at least the staff were friendly and smiled, made it less important that lunch took about 45 minutes to serve with a nearly empty restaurant, we were in no rush. Chicken strip appetizer and the burgers were large and tasty, interesting batter used for the chicken and onion rings. Sadly, the ferry boat often takes breaks and leaves you stranded unless you pay the rainforest boat guy a buck or a watertaxi. And you're hasseled constantly on the walk from the dock, including three guys who verbally abused us, being angry that we always said "no thank you" to whatever they were selling (they had no merchandise, perhaps it was for chairs) It was the most unsafe I'd felt on St Lucia, being called f@ggots in a harsh tone (obviously gay rights are not high on the agenda on this island) and this was of course when the ferry boat took a break, leaving us alone waiting on a dock with these three angry young men taunting us. I'm sure the resort and restaurant has some say in who hangs out at their dock, but this experience likely made this our last trip to St. Lucia. Otherwise, good food at the restaurant!
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