Owner Stanley Simmons named his restaurant after the two pleasantly plump uncles who bestowed upon him their culinary prowess. Known as one of the ... More
Owner Stanley Simmons named his restaurant after the two pleasantly plump uncles who bestowed upon him their culinary prowess. Known as one of the best places in Port Lucaya to sample traditional Bahamian cuisine and soul food, this establishment attracts many locals as well as tourists. The menu may be a bit limited, but the prices here are outstanding. Patrons enjoy Bahamian turtle and native classics such as cracked conch. American soul food dishes include Southern fried chicken and blackened fish.
Surly waitstaff ignored us the as much as possible, and acted distained, and cold when we did have her attention. We ordered one entree, which took over a half hour in a mostly empty restaurant and came out cold. The bartender was the one spark of life, and was a pleasant, jolly fellow. Food was good but sparse for the price paid.
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If this restaurant were any closer to the water, you could dangle your feet in it while eating. Guests arrive
here by car, foot and boat. There's both parking and docking space available. The atmosphere is laid back. Bathing ...