Very friendly operation and good food and lodging. Do you know what damage they sustained from the hurricane?
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I appreciated the waitress bringing mosquito coils to place under our table. I ordered garlic shrimp. They were very tiny and over cooked. The fried plantains were delicious.
Fun and funky restaurant with garlic potatoes that are to die for! Food was nicely prepared, service was friendly and of course nothing beats a donkey being shooed out of a restaurant while you are eating! Ya just don't get that type of experience in...More
The Secret Garden is located just next door to the Manta House. Great food, reasonable prices. The wait was soooo long, you may want to bring a book to read, or sit at the bar, but you might fall off your stool after waiting. $15...More
We are staying here, for two weeks, and the restaurant has superb food, at any time of the day. Good vibes, excellent food. Weekends the whole island drops over to pick up breakfast (grits, pig tails and conch), and Friday nights the place rocks with...More
we like to sit at the bar and talk to the locals. Eat here a lot. Great Burger, and cracked counh. had music one night and danced all night. lots of fun.
Stopped at the Salt Raker Secret Garden twice during our first visit to GT. Ruby, Rochelle and Ericka took good care of us on both visits. Ate supper and listened to band on the first visit and came back the second time just for the...More
A tucked away place behind Salt Raker Inn. The food is pretty good. It is the Friday night spot for drinks and they have a local band playing island music with some guy playing saw.
While our meals were both fine, what was truly amazing was the band on Friday nights. It felt very homey listening to the band, but it was the man playing the carpenters saw with a screwdriver that was truly amazing - I just sat there...More