Little Gem of a restaurant built into the branches and rots of a very large tree on the beach. Lovely to sit and eat near open windows straight onto the sea. The only disappointment to us was that we decided to order only sandwiches,, which where freshly made for us and delicious, however the we then had to sit and experience wonderful meals passing by our table; freshly cooked lobster, platters of sea food, Bread Fruit Pie and Shrimp Creole, will definitely return when I have not eating a large breakfast. Note that this is closed on a Saturday and doesn't serve alcohol but my orange juice wa freshly squeezed for me.
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