Moon Author's Review
Gloria’s Seafood Restaurant has two locations , and is a must for anyone who appreciates seafood (US$10 for a fried fish and bammy). Gloria died a few years ago, but her legacy lives on with her children now running the business. Service can be slow owing to the crowds that swarm in, especially on Friday evenings and after church on Sundays. Gloria’s does some of the most dependable and delicious fried escoveitch fish with Jamaican marinade, a local twist of Spanish "escabeche," which uses onion, carrot, cho-cho (pear squash or chayote), scotch bonnet pepper, pimento, and vinegar. Both Gloria’s locations have a laidback setting good for unhurried meals with a view of the water.