- Cuisines: Caribbean, French, International, Fusion
Across the street from the water, this eatery occupies a tidy pink colonial-style villa on a hibiscus-dotted lawn. It's got an outdoor terrace, a boutique, and an indoor bar and dining area filled with Haitian paintings. The drink of the house is Wally's Special, which contains four kinds of rum and a medley of fruit juices. Sisters Barbara and Maureen Smith head to Paris every fall and bring culinary discoveries back to their enterprise in Marsh Harbour. The chef prepares the island's best Bahamian cracked conch, as well as tender filet mignon, lamb chops, tarragon chicken, and an excellent version of smothered grouper. Main dishes come with a generous portion of house salad and vegetables. The place really shines at lunchtime, when things get very busy as hungry diners devour dolphinfish burgers, several kinds of chicken platters, and some well-stuffed sandwiches. Live music performances take place on Wednesday and Saturday nights.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010