Luckily we found this little jewel of a place early in our trip. We had a great time hanging out with Dominique, Poor Man and family as well as Disco Freddy and some great folks we met from Tennessee. Food was great!! Home cooked Bahamian fare that was awesome. From the sheep tongue souse to the grouper, everything we had was awesome and very reasonably priced. We enjoyed several of our meals (as well as a few cold Kalik's) here. The local vibe is great here at the Fish Fry and most notably at Poor Man's. Also enjoyed a great stew fish breakfast at Tino's Deck next door. Highly recommend spending some time at the Fish Fry!
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