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NY, New York
August 24, 2006
For appetizers we had the fried conch fritter. They were pretty good and my friends were eating it. That was until she started trying to find out what it was made from. At first my friend thought is was cod fish or bacalo in Spanish. Then, I pointed to the picture on the wall and pointed to the seashell and told here the inside is what she was eating. At that point she stopped eating it and said I can’t believe I made her eat that. This is from a girl who eats raw clams.
Anyway, the rest of the food was pretty good. I ate the ribs and rice which was delicious. My friend ordered some seafood dished which they liked. The drinks offered were excellent. I loved their Pina Coladas. They are served in a variety of size and come virgin or with a shot of rum added for $1 more. You can guess which version of the drink I had.
The service is pretty slow I have to admit, I guess they work on island time. Also the waitress who my friend first asked about the conch didn’t know how to explain what it was.
The fish fry restaurants are pretty easy to get to. You can take the $1 10 bus or take a cab from cable beach or downtown.
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