When you find the area where the locals eat, you can be assured that it's going to be authentic. There is a neighborhood in Nassau, along the Arawak Cay, where locals gather to socialize and enjoy one of the many seafood restaurants. The fish is fresh (often served with the head on), the service friendly and prices affordable. Be sure to try the conch, the quintessential Bahamian seafood.
The local beers, particularly Kalik and Sands brands, are well worth trying. You can also give a Bahama Mamma or Sky Juice a try. Have fun!
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