Centrally located and reasonably priced, this place always seems to draw a crowd. The lengthy menu offers American and Bahamian comfort food in large ... More
Centrally located and reasonably priced, this place always seems to draw a crowd. The lengthy menu offers American and Bahamian comfort food in large portions. A full slab of barbecued ribs, served with two side dishes and a bread basket, costs US$21.95. Burgers, sandwiches and fried chicken are less expensive options. The atmosphere is noisy, cheerful and occasionally rowdy. Live music plays Tuesday through Sunday, from 7pm to 11pm. Kids will especially enjoy the Junkanoo parade that occurs every Saturday from 8pm to 11pm.
I read some good reviews about Conch Fritters, so the last time I was in Nassau I decided to check it out.
We got there in the middle of the day and the place was maybe half full (certainly not busy). We found a table, and then waited for a server. And that's all we did there. That was the entire experience, waiting. Not once did anyone come to our table to take our order. The employees completely ignored us.
After about 15 minutes we gave up and left to go somewhere else.
My son christining and we went to eat at Conchfritters does not matter if you are local or tourist they treat you very very good. The food was excellent and the service even better. We are Bahamians and it is the best local real Bahamian restaurant in the island.
Went to this place on June 24, 2008-saw this on Yahoo travels before our trip, as a good place to eat. After eating there, it was awful. Prices were for tourist, that's excepted. The service was awful though, the waitress did not bring our drinks when we ordered them and it took her 15 minutes to get them, my wife asked for the drinks and it took another 5 minutes-and it was not crowded. Staff not friendly-just ignore you. We finally got our drinks and they must use one tea bag for ice tea-bad stuff. I had saw the reviews and told my wife, that people reported being charged a tax here when its a 15% percent tip added on the bill. Bahammas does not charge a sales tax. After getting our bill, guess what we got a tax charge on the bill. My wife the ever loving math teacher, instantly stated that is 15%. What's so funny, the waitress said before we got the bill that we can just leave her tip on the table. Yeah-like I will do that. Well I paid the bill, and the waitress taking 5 years to get to our table like she did with our drinks came back. She gave me the rest of my currency in US money, but one dollar was from Bahammian currency, must have thought I was going to leave the tip when I already paid the 15% tip on the bill-no I just kept it as a souvneir. In summary, don't go here! You can get fritters for $3.00-just look around, these jokers charge $9.95 and plus 15% on a tax, that is actual a tip. Oh one more thing about the place-bathrooms are nasty-bathroom smelled like someone had peed in the floor and people followed, turned my stomach!! If I had known this before I ate, I would have left!
FOOD WAS EXCELLENT I GUESS THE BEST IN NASSAU BAHAMAS...BEAUTIFUL RESTAURANT GREAT PLACE AND FOOD. WE WENT ON SPRING BREAK AND WAS TOTALLY AWESOME, WE HAD A VERY GOOD TIME THE FOOD WAS SO GOOD I CAN NOT WAIT TO GO BACK.
The food was average. Was given a check that showed a tax, when in reality it was a gratuity. Asked about it and they insisted it was a tax and no gratuity was included. After leaving and reaffirming later that they had misled me, I returned and brought this to their attention. Was told by the manager that was too bad, and the guy that told me this was not there. Not a way to do business.
I would never go back to this awful place again. The food was cold and no one was concerned that the food was cold nor were they concerned the food was untouched but they still charged me. I recommend going to the Fish Fry on the backside of the main strip from the other fish fry's. Or the Cricket field has a great resturant with the best cracked conch in the world I promise.
Since it was our first time in the Bahamas, we decided to pass on Hard Rock Cafe and Senor Frogs to find out what conch tastes like.
After going out of our way to find the ever famous conch, someone finally pointed out "Conch Fritters Restaurant."
Maybe we weren't into conch that much--it was too chewy (tastes like very rubbery calamari)One thing for sure, we will never order conch again but am glad we got to try it.
However, the sweet plantain side dish was the bomb! Make sure you order that.
i lked how they trited me nicely and when i raised my hand to get something they would say please what a moment because it was very busy. i did my waiting and then they came over ad took my order again.
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