If you like to experience the local food in a culture, you'll love Martha's Tables. Tucked away on the road to Sugar Beach, it has about 6 tables in an area that looks like an old carport. We had the pleasure of being served by Martha's daughter both times we went and also met Martha's brother, who is involved in the construction of the new hotel across the street. Some reviewers have mentioned that Martha's would be closing soon because they had to sell the hotel. Nothing could be further from the truth. After speaking with Martha's brother and daughter, I learned that, not only are they staying open, but they will move into the new hotel in a number of years when it is completed! In fact, much of the property for the hotel has been in Martha's family since the mid 19th century.
The food is simple local cuisine. If you're looking for fine dining, keep going down the road to Sugar Beach. If you want good and tasty fish, pork or chicken with home cooked sides, you'll love it. Lunch only and make reservations.
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