CLOSED: Simmer Down Restaurant

Overall rating: 2.0 stars 1 Reviews
Serves meat, veg options available. The Marley Resort, owned by the Bob Marley Estate, is an expensive hotel that houses this ocean-facing restaurant. The food is based in the Rastafarian Ital tradition. Sample veg dishes include the steamed veggies with boiled bananas and sweet plantain, and the spinach, coconut, and vegetable ragout with a side of black bean corn fritters. Reggae music played in the background. Reported closed to HappyCow, Feb 2015. Price: Expensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Western, Caribbean, Ital, Non-veg
West Bay Street, Cable Beach
Nassau, Bahamas

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  • Outdoor seating
  • Accepts credit cards


First Review by impkokay
  • vegan

I wouldn't go back

Posted on 05 / 26 / 2013

This is a very small place. When we went there was only 1 other couple. Service took way too long, food was just okay and the atmosphere, while nicely decorated, was dark, quiet and depressing. I wouldn't go back. They had a few vegan selections but I suspect they used butter in their "steamed vegetables" and the waiter confirmed this. We ordered curried chick peas and potatoes. The dish had no potatoes, but rice and the chick peas were blah.

Pros: Nicely decorated
Cons: Services is much too slow, Food is mediocre, Use of Dairy that is not on the menu


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Last updated: 2015/02/13


Added: 2012/10/22


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