We had never heard of this café before during our many visits to Barbados; and when we were looking for a last minute idea for dinner, our relatives suggested it and joined us. Located a few hundred meters from the famous South Coast Oistins Fishing Village (6 km south of Accra Beach), it offered a modest but varied menu, but not surprisingly the main fare is fish. Most of us had the catch-of-the day at $45 BDS ($22.50 US) which was available as fried, grilled or blackened. My grilled mahi-mahi (or as Bajan would say "dolphin fish") was grilled to perfection and served with sauted potatoes and a small salad - it was delicious. We shared appetizers of fish cakes and bruschetta which were very tasty. Unexpectedly, that was some excellent entertainment with a singer accompanying himself with an electric guitar; he was very talented but the volume could have been cut in half to allow conversation. All and all, an excellent place and we will probably go back before we return to Canada
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