The Lone Star
our commentsThe Lone Star is a hotel and restaurant constructed in the 1940s. Originally a garage owned by Romy Reid, the workshop forms part of the reception area of the restaurant. Lone Star offers a great oceanfront setting and a breezy beach bar atmosphere. At night it features world food with a Caribbean twist, including dishes such as shrimp foccacia, tuna tartar and crisp blackened dolphin with sweet potato mash and papaya salsa created from fresh local produce.
- March 2005
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The Lone Star has a reputation as the place where the rich and famous eat.. I have to say that although the food was reasonable and the staff were very nice, it does rely on its label. It was a pleasant enough setting, but no more than that. The food was okay, but no more than that. The prices were inflated and not reflective of the quality. I had a much better lunch a few days later in Cocomos in Holetown for a third of the price.
The Lone Star is perfectly nice, but not worth it's reputation or price tag. Sorry.
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Food 6 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 3
Thursday, August 19, 2010