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Seafood vs. burger

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Seafood vs. burger

I hope I don't offend anyone here but I am very curious as to why anyone (excluding those who have kids)vacationing on Paradise Island/Nassau would order a burger and fries instead of seafood. I realize that many people don't like seafood or are allergic to it but the seafood I've had is so wonderful that I don't know why anyone would order anything else, especially when you can get it in the states? To those of you who do like seafood, where have you found the best that PI and Nassau have to offer?

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1. Re: Seafood vs. burger

My husband is a perfect example. He won't eat anything that swims. We actually have taken a cab over the PI bridge to go to Outback Steakhouse and still get the same ole medicore steak that you get in the USA. I prefer fish, but hey to each his own.

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2. Re: Seafood vs. burger

Last month, while on our 3rd day of vacation, my friend and I spent the day lounging by the pool, then shopping, then went across the bridge into nassau to watch the junkanoo parade at Johnny Canoes. We were unable to get a table, but at the time we didn't care. We were happy to sit at the bar and watch the fun. By the time we got back to PI, we realized that we hadn't eaten since breakfast...and we were HUNGRY!! Well, the first few places we tried were already closed, and by now, we didn't care where we ate, what we ate, or how much it cost. We ended up at the bar & grill in the casino at Atlantis thinking dinner would be an overpriced burger & fries. What we ended up with was a FANTASTIC meal!! Crab and spinach dip, with both tortilla chips and pita bread, and lime grilled shrimp skewers. We shared the appetizer, the entree, and each had a drink for a total that was under $50. It was not only our best meal, it was one of our more affordable.