Four of us were on A Carnival Cruise and were looking for a spot "where the locals eat". A person in the immigration office recommended McKenzie's. We took a .75 cent bus ride to Potter's Cay Dock and found the restaurant. We were given an menu encased in a well worn plastic sleeve (I'm sure the locals get a different menu with lower prices). Two of the four of us had the conch platter - fried conch with a whole fried red snapper on the plate. Both were delicious. The snapper was perfect and the conch was had a light batter and was very tender and tasty. We sat on the stools in the back that overlooked the bay. Mr. Bill enjoyed it too.
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