Hidden away in the downtown area, the Talking Stick Restaurant is a delicious little gem located a few steps off the hustle and bustle of Bay Street. Countless visitors walk up George Street everyday to visit the beautiful Christ Church Cathedral, but most aren't aware of the wonderful little restaurant found across the street. Located in the lobby of the Towne Hotel, the cozy, cafe-style restaurant offers a nice variety of authentic home-made Bahamian cuisine and a tasty array of daily specials including locally-caught fresh fish, savory curried chicken, island-style barbecued ribs and their famous roasted lamb shank.
The menu is very affordable with most entrees ranging in the $10 to 415 bracket. The ambiance is artsy, unveiling an interesting display of local art and a unique collection of "talking sticks" belonging to the owners. Adding to the overall appeal and flavor of this nice little hideaway is the old-time, handsome wooden bar running the length of the back wall -- complete with warm, friendly service and tasty tropical drinks whipped up by seasoned barmen.
If you just want a sandwich or something light, no problem. Crisp salads, fish fingers, juicy burgers and other sandwiches can be ready in a few minutes. Don't leave without asking about the daily dessert, always a homemade treat guaranteed to end your visit on a sweet note.
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