Atlantis Alumni

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Dinner: Maya’s At Public Beach

Last night we returned to Maya’s at Public Beach. It’s right on the water and because it’s still windy we sat at a table in the middle of the restaurant, instead of seaside. Jim particularly liked the Burgundy wine we started out with, a Chorey Les Beauanes by A. Guyon, 2012. Then he had Fusilli au crabe, a chewy pasta with generous chunks of crab meet in a cheese sauce. Dan ordered a simpler salad of mache, tomatoes and avocado which was very fresh. For a main course Dan had a grilled dourade, which was accompanied by fried plantain strips. Jim liked his Creole spiced red snapper, also served with rice and plantain. Desserts were the familiar pound cake with orange syrup and a moist chocolate cake. Though the menu was simple, the food is good and the venue remains extremely popular. We noted upon leaving that the restaurant now offers valet parking probably to cope with the tight parking spaces where many a car has crashed into the low cement walls lining the walkway up to the entrance. -Dan

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