All Day
Fish Fry

All Day
Fish Fry

Nassau, Bahamas

welcome to the fish fry welcome to the strip

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Every island in The Bahamas has Fish Fry. It’s that quintessentially Bahamian, culinary gathering place, usually a collection of street vendors or beach shacks where some of the best, most authentic cuisine in The Bahamas can be found. Perhaps the biggest, most extravagant fish fry in The Bahamas can be found on Arawak Cay, Nassau. Just one long strip that begins with traditional sit-down restaurants and ends beachside, where beach shack barbecues serve up a whole new vibe.

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Shoot from inside

For a sweeter twist on tradition, order the Tropical Conch Salad. It starts with your typical ingredients–fresh conch, onions, tomatoes, green peppers, and orange juice–with pieces of mango and pineapple.

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fish fry

The west side of the strip are two-story, sit down style restaurants where you can find fish fried every which way. The biggest of these is Twin Brothers. But if you ask a local, they’ll probably point you to something smaller, more intimate like Drifters or Oh Andros.

You’ve got options

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East side is

By late afternoon and into the evening, the smell of chicken roasting or sweet corn sizzling over spitfires calls visitors over to the beachfront. This is the east side of the strip, where vendors sell cigars, mix drinks and barbecue just about everything out of beach shacks half-built from materials that may very well have just washed up on the beach.

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The Royal Bahamian Police Force Band performs at Fish Fry at Arawak Cay.

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Nassau & Paradise Island

Paradise Island
Downtown Nassau


The country’s capital city, located in New Providence island, Nassau boasts the country’s largest and busiest Ports of Entry: the Lynden Pindling International Airport and its Cruise Port. 

Lynden Pindling International Airport

The primary gateway to The Bahamas for international travellers, the Lynden Pindling International Airport is the largest and busiest in the country, located in New Providence island. The airport offers US Border Preclearance facilities.

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Paradise Island

Connected to Nassau by bridge, Paradise Island is the site of numerous hotels and some of the island’s most famous beaches.

Downtown Nassau

Explore a modern downtown full of personality, where mural-painted streets highlight modern Bahamian creativity alongside historic landmarks and world-class dining opportunities.

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