We went on a Beaches and Caves excursion via Norwegian and stopped here for lunch. We wished later that we could have just come here so this next January, we plan to rent a car and spend the day here. It was such a peaceful atmosphere, and you can walk out on the beach for literally a couple of hundred yards as the tide was receding.
We stumbled upon this place on a bus tour to the caves for lunch. We loved it soooo much, we paid the $40.00 cab ride over and back, the very next day! Not only was the place so laid back, and the food just to die for, the beach had treasures galore! And a Sand's beer with lunch, was the cherry on top, I can't say enough. Just try the mango nectar, you won't believe this drink. Oh, and the banana bread, yummmmy, you'll want of these to go :)
I was on business in Freeport and stayed there for 6 months.
One day, I was very lucky to have met the most beautiful young lady. I mean that she was so beautiful that when I looked at her I thought that I am seeing an angel. After we talked, I found out that she is not only gorgeous but also educated and very polite. Just the best person that I have met in my life, perhaps.
She was the one who took me to Banana Bay restaurant because she was living in near-by house with her family. The food was very much complimenting the company I was with and all was wonderful there.
I have visited this restaurant many times and it is on a remote place where you cannot see any buildings around, just this little wooden restaurant which has a very large deck over-viewing the most beautiful crystal clear waters of the Bahamas.
I recommend this wonderful place to everyone who wants little bit of privacy and does not want to be distracted by all those busy establishments with hundreds of tourists running around, buying souvenirs and other things.
This place is remote and you can almost be certain that there will be just a few people there if you come early.
You can sit on the deck and listen to a wonderful sounds of the sea. And watch the ocean liners go by in a great distance where they look like a tiny paper boats.
Mixture of the good food, most beautiful scenery and when lucky enough you have also wonderful companion, then there are not too many better places than this one.
I was living in North America for 30 years, since my childhood, but if the place is surrounded by such gorgeous scenery it always touches me. And it will do the same for you, too.
Try it you will remember it for ever.
Very impressed by the ambience. Beautiful view of the beach, nice breeze eating outside and good cracked conched. This is place is one of the highlights of our Freeport trip. I would return to this place next come I visit Freeport.
The restaurant has wonderful food and excellent service. There is a beautiful beach behind the restaurant with hammocks to relax in. You can eat indoors or out and no one rushes you. We loved our luncheon there and plan to return every time we visit Freeport.
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