Obviously, seafood is a major part of Bahamian cuisine - with 700 islands and cays, it would be a wonder if it wasn't - and there's even an entire district in Arawak Cay called "fish fry." Somehow, though, the Poop Deck restaurants (there are several locations around Nassau) take this staple to a special level.
Perhaps it's their insistence on the freshness of their ingredients. Every day, you can ask the server what fresh-caught fish is available. Whether it's hog snapper or red snapper, yellow tail, lobster or any other local species, you can be certain that the dockside platter - let alone the fish cake - will be absolutely top-grade. Be sure to order a good selection of traditional sides, such as the peas n' rice and the Bahamian mac and cheese.
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