The Shoal

The Shoal

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Nassau St., one-quarter mile past the stoplight, Nassau, New Providence, , Bahamas

There's no street number, and the restaurant has a decidedly diner-like atmosphere, but this is one of the few places to get local food at local prices. Try boiled fish—big chunks of bone-in grouper with lemons, onions, potatoes, and hot peppers—with a crumbly sweet johnnycake. Go for Sunday lunch, when families come in after church, the little girls in their frilly best.

 

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