Yes, they serve traditional Bahamian dishes, but with a twist. The owner sees her restaurant as a vegetarian eatery, but she also serves meat dishes. As long as she keeps the two prep and cooking areas separate, people who follow either diet can still eat together in peace and harmony.
That's while you'll find so many veggie dishes as well as cheese burgers and fish. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, don't miss the opportunity to try the fruit duff. There's also a great selection of smoothies and some decadent desserts.
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