What a fabulous find. Located at the very end of the beach (opposite end to Sandals) a rustic taste of real Caribbean life. Anne Marie and her sons have run the bar for 33 years and we are told it remains the same. It opens around 11am and lunch starts cooking around midday. There is no menu you simply have whatever they are cooking up. It is all caught, cooked and prepared in front of you while you sit up at the wooden bar on long benches and chat with locals and other holiday makers that have walked that extra bit of beach. We ate there most days for lunch which is 25ec.
Try her Spiced rum which is out of this world. Sunday afternoons are fun as they have music. If you do find it don't tell to many people, I would hate to lose my seat at the bar!