YELP indicated that Kaya Island Eats was casual attire, so we stopped by on our way back from Dry Tortuqus National Park. We were dry and clean, but felt WAY underdressed. Scott the owner greeted us with a smile and seated us at an awesome table in the middle of the restaurant where we enjoyed delicious seafood dishes presented in fun unique specialized ways with amazing sauces. However, the guests around us were "dressed" for the evening and from the nasty looks of the older guests, they didn't approve of our casual shorts. Nonetheless, Scott is an amazing host running an incredible restaurant.
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