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“Old Style Bahamian Restaurant”
Review of A Touch of Class

A Touch of Class
Cuisines: Bahamian
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Dining options: Reservations
Description: Phone: 242/365-8195
Reviewed 31 May 2018

This place has been in Treasure Cay forever and consistently has the best Johnny Cake other than McIntosh's in downtown New Plymouth on Green Turtle Cay. Had grouper for dinner and cooked to perfecton.

Thank BrendaF1945
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Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

Called ahead and arranged for transportation from the Marina. We were served excellent warm Johnny Cake and complimentary conch fritters. Our meals of coconut grouper, Bahamian grouper, coconut shrimp and conch salad were all outstanding. Definitely worth a visit, but be aware of limited hours.

Thank Richard C
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

A Touch of Class went above and beyond to accommodate my family after we showed up at about 5:55pm but didn’t realize that they did not open until 6:30pm.
No problem from the hostess as he said “just give us 5 minutes to get situated and we’ll be right with you”. In the meantime he brought us out a menu to look at while we we were waiting outside and within four minutes he seated us.
The food was great as my wife and I got the grouper and the kids got the conch soup and chicken Caesar Salad.
The food was outstanding but the service went above and beyond, so without question I would go back.

Thank Sam O
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

First impressions of this restaurant from the highway belie what awaits you when the food arrives. Compared to other five star rated restaurants this place has very little ambience, but the food is nothing short of superb in terms of taste, flavor, and serving size. Bahamian Family owned and operated since 1982, this little treasure is welcoming, immaculately clean, and very accommodating. As someone who is a real foodie AND a great cook myself, the family cook’s use fresh seafood and high quality ingredients which is immediately detected on the palate with your first bite of Johnny Cake and the explosions on your palate just keep on going from there. Our party ordered several items in each category from the menu and so we all got to try each dish that was ordered. No one was disappointed and Now we have a dliemma as we decide on our couple of days left at Treasure how many evenings before we return. The consensus is that AT LEAST one more dinner is necessary. Nearing the end of my 6th decade and having traveled and eaten at a plethora of 5 star restaurants worldwide I would put our meal against any restaurant in my past, including a few Michelin starred one’s.

3  Thank DrLynn50
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

If what you care about is food and quality, this restaurant is not to be missed! We have dined at hundreds of fine seafood restuarants across the US and this is hands down SUPERB! Miss Vivian and her family are divine hosts and extremely service oriented. They will even send a car to pick you up! Everything we ate was delicious- starting with lobster salad, conch fritters, conch chowder, Johnny cake, to all the entrees- out of this world grouper, (prepared many ways); coconut shrimp; seafood platter and amazing side dishes esp cole slaw and peas and rice. Great flavors and feel good food ~ family owned business is bound to please!

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2  Thank Susan M
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