Waited here for our ferry over to the Little French Key island. Adorable place with a wonderful staff. Good cold beer.
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My husband and I are divers so we came to Frenchy's to board our boat daily. The whole area there has a small zoo with different animals including lions, they have a harbor front restaurant with clean washrooms in the back, nice little gardens to...More
My family enjoyed the food while the visited Little French Key. Is a nice taste of local food while relaxing and enjoying your time on the beach.
Frenchy's is a unique experience with excellent tacos, quick service, very good cocktails. Be sure to have a Monkey La La! Ask for Kelli to help you during your stay. All of the employees were glad to help whenever. Wear a swim suit and get...More
Mike and I went for Lunch at French Key today. We met some really nice people and the food was really good. If you get a chance to visit make sure you try the fish sample aling with the plantenes.
I come here often, but haven't taken the time to right a review. You can't beat the setting, right on the water. Steven was fun to talk to and always kept the cold beers coming. I had the chicken wings, some of the best I...More
I was driving around Roatan and saw their ad, so I decided to stop and have a bite and a drink. The location is very nice. They did a really good job at building it out, but that is where it stops. The staff ignored...More
This place was nice yes to seat with friends and chill all afternoon and night we had a lot of fun drinking some Salvavida beer ( local beer) and eating botanitas (snacks)
Some friends that live on the island brought us to little French key, and we wanted to do some snorkeling. We booked a time with the staff at Frenchys and they took us out to a spot on the reef next to the drop off....More
Frenchy's was the most beautiful place I have ever visited. It was very relaxing yet super fun at the same time. From places to lay on the beach and look at the mountain ranges in the distance to jumping off 2 story docks, they had...More