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“Good view, good Food. Servico too slow”

Pier One Restaurant
Ranked #12 of 124 Restaurants in Freeport
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $100
Cuisines: Sushi, Italian, Seafood
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Good for: Families with children, Local cuisine, Large groups
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Description: Visit us on our Facebook page : Pier One and East Restaurant 1 We are opened 7 days. Monday to Friday from 11 am to 10 pm Saturday and Sunday from 4 pm to 10 pm
Reviewed January 20, 2013

There was only one shark when we were there. However, still It was good see the shark going around while we were having dinner. The food was good, no excepcional, but good. It took too long to come some sushis, more than one hour.

Thank dpcoelho
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Reviewed January 18, 2013

I ate lunch there, the service was a little slow but food was OK . The location is not in an area that I would normally be, it is at the port where the cruise ships comes in. It is right on the water and has outdoor seating on the water, we got to see and feed lots of colorful fish.

Thank 22faith
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Reviewed January 6, 2013

This is a must visit restaurant in Bahamas, the shark feeding alone make it worth the while, but the food is excellant I must say, they did the shark feeding eventhough it was done for the day, I don tthink you will regret coming here it is a must visit!

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Reviewed December 30, 2012

This has to count for me as one of my great dining experiences.
The setting is a marvel,fabulous views of fishing boats returning as the sun sets,a relaxed and friendly vibe,just sipping a cold one on the balcony is a great place to be.
The food I found was also to a very good standard,certainly in Bahamas terms where most fare is quite basic and not terribly inventive.A couple of reviews have picked up on slow service,if you want anything in a hurry,do not go to the Bahamas ! These wonderful people have their own pace far from our own hectic lifestyles,and is a way of life for them.Maybe we can all learn from that ethos !
The shark feeding later is one of those moments - you will talk of it for ever - where else in the world can you see that after dinner with a cocktail from your dining table ?
If you are on the island and don't go you really will be missing something special.
You will pay a touch more - but you will be paying for something you will take away for ever - a fabulous memory.People who say places like this are overpriced should go all inclusive and stay with their hotel buffet every night! This will free up the tables for people like me who don't mind the extra to live a little.
Go try it and enjoy - you will tell you Grandchildren about the night you fed the wild sharks !!

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Thank Tornado43
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Reviewed October 20, 2012

This is located at the Cruise Ship port. It is a bit out of the way if you are staying in Freeport, or Lucya, but is worth the trip. Dinner with drinks and desert for 2 was about $100 (including tip). Had a very good Conch chowder, and Lobster scampi. The chowder had lots of conch meat, and the scampi has lots of lobster meat. It was good pieces in each, not just schreads or bits.
In addition since it is located at the entrance to the harbor, cruise and cargo ships pass right by. in the evening they through fish scraps out into the water, so sharks have been 'trained' to come by for supper. These are free range sharks, not penned in. Interesting place / good food

Thank tdvac
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