- Cuisines: American, Continental, European
Far removed from the glitz and glamour of the casinos, this tavern seems relatively little known, even though Freddie Lightbourne of the Poop Deck restaurants has been running it for years. It deserves to be discovered because it serves good food at reasonable (for Paradise Island) prices. The tavern has clichéd nautical decor (don't come here for the setting), with tables both inside and outside overlooking the harbor. The bar, with its long list of tropical drinks, is worth a visit in itself. Go local by starting off with the conch chowder. Even though it's imported frozen, the rack of lamb tastes flawless. You can also order tamarind chicken and a quite good grouper filet topped with a tantalizing lobster-and-shrimp sauce.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010