Ate at Fannies on our first night on the island. We were hungry so anything would have tasted good, Fannies didn't let us down. The food consists mostly of typical fried fare. Fannies did have a selection of salads larger than other restaurants. I had a salad with blackened shrimp and it was good. My husband had the nachos which were not good, so he got a Quesadilla instead, which was just ok.
The kids were happy to see a kids menu and dined on chicken fingers and pizza. Nothing to write home about.
Service was attentive but slow. For a night that it wasn't crowded we waited atleast 35 minutes to get our food.
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