Known by locals as "the Hut," this ramshackle restaurant and bar is a laid-back outdoor Tiki hut and terrace that serves pretty good sandwiches and fish platters on paper plates. A blackboard lists the latest catches, which can be prepared blackened, fried, broiled, or in a garlic sauce. The fish dip is wonderfully smoky and moist, if a little heavy on mayonnaise. Local fishers and yachties share this rustic outpost with equal enthusiasm and loyalty. A completely new, air-conditioned area for those who can't stand the heat is a welcome addition, as is the new deck and the spruced-up decor. But behind it all, it's nothing fancier than a hut -- if it were anything else, it wouldn't be nearly as appealing.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010