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Yacht Club/Marina/Other
Homeport:
Little Farmers Cay, Exuma
About Me:
Ocean Cabin has been providing hospitality, traditional Bahamian food, and beverages since 1967 on the beautiful Island of Little Farmers in the central Exumas. One of the Island's biggest events is the Farmers Cay First Friday in February Festival (5F) where locals and cruisers gather for food, music, dancing, contests and Bahamian C-Class racing.
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Little Farmers Cay, Exuma

OCEAN CABIN DINNER MENU

OCEAN CABIN DINNER MENU

FISH FILLET: Baked or pan fried with onion, tomato, garlic, and green pepper, or broiled with lemon or butter. Tender and delicous. Freshly caught Grouper, Dolphin or Tuna.

CONCH: Breaded with spices and deep fried until golden; served with tartar sauce. Simply the most tender and flavorful cracked in the entire Bahamas.

LOBSTER: Butterflied and marinated in Earnestine's secret pepper rub. Broiled with lemon, butter and Ocean Cabin sauce. You have never tasted a Loster this good in your entire life.

CHICKEN: Served barbequed, baked in tomato, grilled or deep fried - just the way you like it.

STEAK: 10 ounce New York Boneless Filet; marinated and seasoned then broiled or pan fried. Tender and delicious.

ALL ENTREES ARE SERVED WITH PEAS 'N RICE, COLE SLAW, OR GREEN SALAD. IF YOU CALL AHEAD, YOU MAY BE ABLE TO TALK EARNESTINE INTO MAKING SOME OF HER MOUTH-WATERING MACARONI AND CHEESE.

PLACE YOUR ORDER BY CALLING 242-355-4006 (OR) HAILING "OCEAN CABIN" ON VHF CHANNEL 16.



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At 9:06pm on April 7, 2009, PCarrico said…
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At 9:04pm on April 7, 2009, PCarrico said…
Wow, the Exumas look amazing, from Hog Cay to Ship Channel Cay.
Is there a "Cay Crawl", like the pub crawl we have here in
Annapolis? Certainly it could take a long time to check out all the islands and cays in the Exumas.
With about 1 meter of tide, I'm sure the current is ripping through the cut between Big Farmers & Great Guana Cays at max ebb and flood.
That's one big bank west of you!
You live in an amazing place.
Any hints for Earnstine's secret pepper rub?
 
 
 

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