Located in a sleepy little shopping center just a few blocks away from the Atlantis, this informal restaurant offers Bahamian cuisine and ... More
Located in a sleepy little shopping center just a few blocks away from the Atlantis, this informal restaurant offers Bahamian cuisine and entertainment for reasonable prices. The nightly show features a steel drum band and a "flaming limbo" spectacle. Menu items include johnny cakes, lobster, conch salad, grouper fingers and other Bahamian favorites. The bread is baked fresh daily. Try a fresh-fruit daiquiri if you're in a tropical mood. It is no problem if the party gets loud here, especially around show time. Indeed, with fire-eaters and steel drums, how could anyone remain calm? Happy hour occurs daily between 4pm and 6pm.
When we arrived at the blue marlin restaurant on the first week of January 2007, with reservations for a party of 14 we checked in at the front but even though we had reservations our table was not ready. Then they set up a very odd table arrangement where you couldn't even talk to the person across from you (they pushed 2 tables deep for some reason). Then the menu's came which added further confusion because there were about 4 different versions of the menu!!! Absolutly no organization - apparently they were running low on menu's but rather than telling us this they just handed out different menu's to us all.
After this confusion and having already read good reviews from online we decided to stick it out and see if it got better. Well, it got worse! The food was just horrible. We were looking forward to a nice seafood dinner but some people's dinners were cold (when they finally came out) most had the wrong side dishes, and one person never even got their meal at all!! We complained because after our long wait the food wasn't even good. I ordered lobster which was supposed to come deshelled and put back in the shell but there was no shell at all just a little bit of lobster bite size pieces - which were very chewy. We never finished our meals and left hungry, disapointed and to never recommend or return to the Blue Marlin in the Bahamas. If you are staying at the Atlantis it is better to eat inside the hotel restaurants because even though they are more expensive they are well worth it.
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