Went for my birthday it was so pleasant and the service was the best ever the food was delightful we will be back
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Everything we received was terrible - from the Caesar salad that was lettuce - some of it brown - and packaged dressing, to the overcooked frozen vegetables, frozen fish sticks, overcooked pasta and overcooked shrimp.
We ordered fried grouper with french fries and fresh vegetables. The fries were frozen french fries and were cold by the time they were served. The vegetables were mushy because the "cook" told us he had started them at 5 and by the time they...More
The staff was wonderful! There was a nice variety! It was lovely to sit under the stars an enjoy a delicious meal. The food was wonderful!
In an effort to delay the inevitable flight back to reality, we choose to go to A Stone's Throw Away for breakfast during our layover. A short taxi ride from the airport ($15ea way), and there we were, climbing up all those steps (really not...More
We ate breakfast each of the days we stayed here. The omelettes to order were fantastic. Other items were so fresh.
Stayed at ASTA and had dinner there. I had vegetarian linguini which was very tasty. It is beautiful to sit on veranda outside and enjoy the view. Very relaxing place to have a meal alone or spend the evening with friends.
We did have a nice lunch here with some friends who were staying there, and though service was very attentive and the food nicely prepared and presented, I did find the prices a bit high and just not a place I would return given all...More
What a fantastic little restaurant! Housed on the roof terrace of the hotel by the same name, the restaurant is truly a hidden gem. With Tony the chef preparing freshly caught grouper, steaks, pork chops and always a vegetarian choice, the three course meal is...More
Went twice with friends on two different Friday nights. Drinks before dinner were great. Nice breeze, nice view. Dinner the first time was fantastic (fixed price), but dinner the second time was not great. As we find with most Bahamian restaurants, there is never a...More