Large servings. Freshly prepared so it takes awhile. Best to go at the end of the lunch period. Go for the sliced fish.
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Our order took about 40-minutes, even though we were the only ones ordering. One table with 2 people were already eating. Food arrived cold.. couldn't melt butter on pancakes or toast, or french toast. Our server, "Dee" was nice, but waiting that long for out...More
A bit off the tourist path, Mary Ann's has a great reputation with the locals. We eat there every once in awhile, usually Sunday lunch. Their Bahamian style ribs or "steamed' pork chops are really good. Never had anything bad there?
Our favorite local restaurant in Grand Bahamas is Mary Ann's. The conch, snapper, and lobster are the best. The Bahamian sides are real local food and they are delicious. Our favorite dinner is the cracked conch with peas and rice, cole slaw, and plantains. Staff...More
This is one of the best places to find sheep tongue souse. I have taken my mother here several times as she loves to have sheep tongue souse. The portions are more than enough. You can have some for later and will not make you...More
I picked up a flyer for this place while we were at the airport, not knowing where it was, but recognizing that the prices were better than we'd seen other places. It turns out it's nowhere near anywhere you'd be without a rental car, and...More
Went yesterday for lunch. Ordered the fried Snapper and Peas & rice. Was a bit disappointed, The snapper was lightly fried, I mean barely. The peas & rice had onions and they did not say before hand this was going to be so. Was not...More
My sister had been raving about this place during our trip and I couldn't wait to go. It's very close to the airport so we stopped by before our flight. It was good to have a good home cooked meal served by a warm, friendly...More
What I like about this place is the fresh seafood. You ask for grouper, you get fresh grouper. Conch, lobster, curry, souse, and stew options. Service is great and staff very friendly.