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“Other Lolos are better”
Review of Scooby's

Scooby's
Ranked #27 of 68 Restaurants in Grand Case
Cuisines: Caribbean
Dining options: Late Night
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Dining options: Late Night
Reviewed January 14, 2014

After our regular Lolo closed, we watched the plates being served at the others. Scooby's ribs looked pretty good, so we gave it a try. When our plates came, the ribs were covered in sauce of some sort. We pointed out to the waitress that our ribs were different from all of the other rib plates we could see around us. She told us that ours are the way Americans like it. We said we ordered the ribs based on what we saw, and don't want gooey ribs. She took the plates back. We watched them wipe the sauce off and put them back on the grill. When the plates were put back on our table, the ribs were dry and way overcooked.

This Lolo might have decent food for locals, but has a pretty demeaning attitude toward Americans.

Thank nesorp
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Reviewed January 9, 2014

We had ribs, chicken and johnny cakes and fried plantains on side. Great casual food and friendly service.

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Thank Michael B
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Reviewed January 4, 2014

We tried all four Lolo's in Grand Case. Scooby's (the green benches)was the best. The whole red snapper was very fresh, moist, and superb. The barbecue ribs were the best of all the Lolo's because of the spices they use in their sauce. The woman who runs the place is amazing; she buys the best stuff, she cooks, she waits tables. It is very well run.

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Reviewed January 3, 2014

If you want to have a local experience, and enjoy a simple, ultra fresh lobster, that is the place to go. Friendly staff, good price,, the lobsters are excellent, and the kids loved their chicken and rice with vegetables.... I was able to compare with the main lolo (the blue one) as I went there the next day, and the difference was astonishing. The blue lolo, who prides itself with higher ratings than the green is a lot more expensive, and the food was...simply no match (despite the fact it was more expensive in the blue one).
Scooby's is the place to go.

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Thank NicoZeBrit
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Reviewed December 31, 2013 via mobile

We had the grilled chicken, ribs, rice & peas, plantain & veg. The portions were large so don't over order. The chicken was juicy and the vinegary sauce on it and the ribs was fabulous. The plantains were nicely fried and a bit sweet. Best plantains I've had at a restaurant in the 2.5 weeks I've been on the island. They were very busy so service was slow and they forgot our Johnny cake and only brought it after our meal was finished. However the food made up for it. We tried another neighbouring Lolo the next night and it was not nearly as good.

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Thank heyanita
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