We ate here during our stay on the island rather than go back across the border. Unfortunately, there are very limited choices of restaurants on the island. I thought the food was good but, not great as I thought it should have been considering where we were. I ordered the lobster dinner. The lobster was hard to remove from the shell so it could have maybe cooked longer. My wife had fish and chips. They were just ok. The homemade blueberry pie with ice cream was good. The service was not that great. Seemed like the locals get all the attention. With island population dwindling they may want to consider treating the tourists a little better.
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