First time eating gator and it was so good! The fries, coleslaw and fried plantains were also great. They have a good cook there.
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Ok so this place is great, out on a quiet road, serves gator and frog legs. Inside- there's room for about 6 people, otherwise you're sitting outside rain or shine. There is a gazebo but with the wind it's pretty much impossible to comfortably eat...More
It was so nice to find a seafood place where everything isn't fried! I had the grilled Mahi sandwich and it was a large piece of fish! I loved the plantains and it came with cold slaw and tortilla chips. My hubby had the veggie...More
After going past this place a dozen time , we decided to give it a try. It is a pretty cool place , but ,the food left something to be desired. I have had gator many times and I usually enjoy it. Although this time...More
Grilled gator was great and conch chowder had big chunks of meat in it. They use only the tail tenderloin and cut it in good sized pieces. It was perfect. Asking for a tip when you pay in advance is kind of not cool, but...More
The grill was cozy and convenient ... but the food nothing to write home about. Gator meat is tough and certainly not worth eating unless novelty is your primary objective. Other local options offer more interesting options.
We love going to this little gem for lunch every time we go down to Homestead!! Best gator bites we've ever had! Nicely seasoned too!! There is a great big tiki hut to sit under and enjoy the meal outside as well. Can't wait to...More
Stopped in after visiting Everglades Alligator Farm. Wanted to try alligator that wasn't fried. Had grilled alligator bites and conch fritters. Excellent and inexpensive. Couldn't resist the sign; "You've just seen them, now taste them!"