The section of Arawak Cay in Nassau has long been known as "fish fry" for its numerous restaurants specializing in fish dishes. It's where the local residents - and tourists who have found out about this special section of the city - come for authentic Bahamian dishes. So, it takes a lot of confidence to name a restaurant Fish Central in the heart of, well, fish central.
The bright turquoise building takes fish cuisine to a new level. Have you ever had a fish or shrimp gyro? Or a "burger" made from fish, jerk chicken or even conch? If not, here is your opportunity. Enjoy your meal on the balcony open to cool breezes or find a seat in the air conditioned dining room. Either way, make sure that you order an ice-cold bottle of Kalik beer to round off the experience.
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