I was accompanied by a local lady to this favourite dining spot of hers, and it did not disappoint . At lunch they serve a buffet of all local foods , so it is a good way to try out local specialities seeing them before you put anything on your plate. There was a brown bean soup simple in flavour and nice. Salads, one which was consisting of chopped up pig feet, a local delicacy , my friend was heartily enjoying it. A variety of about 8 different salads in all . I was more interested in the hot selection, which included pepper pot , this is a stew delightfully flavoured with exotic spices and pepper, but not to hot , just fragrant and lovely. They had traditional roast beef, no gravy, wasn't bad. Fried fish , bajan style, Chicken, another fish dish. The hot vegetables were a local kind of spinach, is it calalloo ?? The brown rice, tasty , the famous macaroni pie ( somehow i don't think thats bajan , but you see it everywhere )
The dessert section offered about 8 different desserts.
The lunch was pleasant, if not outstanding, yet a great way to experience local cuisine if thats what you would like to do.
I was happy to see this place was an equal opportunity employer as they had a few older ladies helping out, nice to see you are never too old to work the floor in some places .
The whole meal cost about $30 US a head, very reasonable I think for an all you can eat buffet.
Just one little tip though, It is much better if buffet servers work with a nice smile on their faces instead of looking like their favourite pet just died.
It makes customers feel you really want to help them or serve them, and that you care about them , when you are happy, if you don't want to be working there then don't, it doesn't matter what just went down in the kitchen, suck it up and smile, thats customer service and thats my tip .
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