This is the only place I've ever eaten in ST. ST is just a place to catch the ferry on our way to the BVI's. A blur. This time though, we had time to stop someplace and eat which is far and away preferable to being stuck with the food at the airport. We asked one of the guys at the ferry for a place to go on the water (as if we hadn't had enough sun being on a catamaran for 7 days) and he suggested Gladys'. Ummmm, on the water? No. In a small alley that made me imagine pirates running around (yes, good, dramatic, imagination), that was really very quaint. I had no idea there was anything I'd like about ST, but again it's always been a quick stop, so color me ignorant. Once you navigate the twists and turns of the alleys (there is a direct route, but what fun is that?) and find the place you walk into nice cool a/c and a warm greeting. We were a party of five, and I know everyone enjoyed their food, but I can really only speak for my avocado stuffed with chicken salad and served on a bed of lettuce with a wonderful salad dressing. It was a special of the day and could have been done with tuna as well, but after eating fish for so long chicken sounded great. And it was. The avo's down there are huge, so this is no diet portion. I have to say that I would have liked it even better if the chicken salad had some curry in it, but it was darned good anyway. I heard raves over the mahi mahi sandwich and the curry chicken as well. I also had a Princess Lemonade which was good and not too sweet, especially with some extra lemon squeezed into it. They do love the sweet drinks down there and the lemonade was a good antidote.
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