After the busy beach scene in the north of San Andres, Star's Kitchen was a welcome change. Although the tables fill up at lunch time, you never feel like it's crowded. We sat on low chairs on the beach and had Picadas (a sampler platter with chicken, sausage, and fish) and grilled tuna sandwiches. Their freshly-made fruit juices are wonderfully refreshing. I recommend spending an afternoon there--look for Star's father, Sky, who weaves coconut palm-leaf baskets on the beach there, and is a wealth of knowledge about island history and culture. He makes all the baskets for the restaurant, makes them to order for a good price, and, for the patient, will even teach you how! This place has a lot of local flavor, and feels like the real San Andres.
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