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4.5 based on 755 reviews
By far, the best meal we ate while in all of Guadeloupe. From start to finish, our tastebuds were rewarded. We started with Rillettes de poissons caraïbes maison à la moutarde à l'ancienne and Emincé de chatrou, huile d'olive, ail et persil. I took the waiter's recommendation and ordered the Tataki de thazard,émulsion au wasabi, which was cooked to perfection, slightly tartare, and the wasabi was like mousse. TO top it off, the dessert is something I will never forget: Soufflé glacé au rhum et raisins. I will dream of that dessert forever more. Do make Reservations if you'd like to sit next to the sea.
4 based on 869 reviews
What a great restaurant and well worth any detour for dinner. Located on the west coast of Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe, in Malendure, near the Jacques Cousteau marine reserve. Very gracious hosts, lovely locale on the water, everything is very comfy and relaxing. And the food is terrific: fresh, fresh seafood, imaginative sauces, and wonderful flavours in everything. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 621 reviews
I ate here several times with my wife over a week and recommend the following every time: carpaccio of marlin (EUR 15), all pizzas - ask for bien cuit (well done) - marlin steak, spicy shrimp. The word is consistent! ask for spicy sauce with all dishes.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
On sent chez Christine Jasor l'envie constante d'innover, de s'améliorer, d'essayer toujours de nouvelles saveurs, en revisitant par exemple les grands classiques de la cuisine créole et en leur apportant une touche personnalisée et goûteuse. Cadre familial et chaleureux.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
We had dinner here mostly because it was 10 minutes from our cottage and we're so glad we did. The menu is a short list of familiar creole dishes, accras and fish pie to start, blaff, Colombo, and roast pork mains, but everything is carefully prepared and a delight to eat. The digiestif is an infusion of "cerise pays" in a juice jar, a serious invitation to excess. The service is friendly, fairly prompt (we had dinner in under 2 1/2 hours) and unfazed by our halting American accented French. A family at the next table had three children, no problem.
The bill for dinner for three including three powerful little punches and a bottle of wine (which it turned out was more than we needed) was 85€, good value for an excellent meal.
4.5 based on 337 reviews
I stopped here for lunch by chance after a morning on the beautiful Grande Anse beach. The Terrace sits right on the lagoon amidst lush tropical vegetation, and the view is stunning. The staff and owner were very friendly and I went for the tasty fish rillettes, and creole smoked chicken (Poulet boucané) for a main, all washed down with the best planter's punch I've ever tasted. This has become a regular haunt for me - it's family friendly, welcoming and a home from home.
4.5 based on 469 reviews
Restaurant situé dans le bourg de Deshaies proche du port de pèche et face a la baie. Le paradise Kafé est accessible par la plage ou depuis la rue, ou, il vous suffit d'emprunter "l'énigmatique couloir" et au bout, vous tomberez sur un décor qui vous dépaysera. L'esprit du Paradise Kafé est : Famille, échanges, rencontres, convivialité, partage de compétences et mise en avant de réseaux, le tout autour d'un bon repas qur vous aurez choisis dans la carte présentée par Jean-Mi qui a toujours plaisir a accueillir (on dirait que c'est dans sa nature ;-) ) et cuisiné "fait maison" par Anne Patronne et chef en même temps ;-). Alors vous l'aurez compris ... Le paradise kafé est le lieu idéal dans Deshaies pour les locaux ou les touristes qui cherchent à se poser seul, en famille ou entre amis (d'ou les grandes tablées) pour décompresser et passer de bons moments face a un magnifique de soleil. Alors à bientot ou a pistache ;-)
Great fun restaurant. Didn't book and when we went in it was so busy .We didn't think they would find us a table but they did and did it in good humour . Loved the food and the staff who were so so pressed but...MoreThank you so much
4.5 based on 253 reviews
The red fish is the symbol of this home and the name of the gastronomic restaurant of Tendacayou but also of Guadeloupe. Sylvie, mistress of the house as well as being a cordon-bleu, created 13 years ago this restaurant who has become along the years THE reference in gastromic cooking. Her credo : simplicity, numerous flavours, freshness Her success : Knowledge and creativity Her tools : Combining fresh, local,seasonal and very often biological products to her large range of revisited classic cooking. Handing over, little by little her kitchen to young talents she has now given the lead to the new chef !
Go here! Even just the drive is a bit of adventure. Follow the red fish signs from the hill just outside Deshaies heading toward St. Rose. You go up the mountain and keep going. Try to arrive before sunset to catch a glimpse of the...MoreThank you for sharing your time at our table. Looking forward to welcoming you again
4 based on 64 reviews
Le Natural is not too far from the main road, a little outside the center of Pointe Noire. We stopped in for lunch on a Saturday. They were busy but we found a table. It was raining hard so we were glad to wait to put in our order. The waitress encouraged us to help ourselves to the rum table. You can blend a planteurs--fruit juice and rum, or mix a ti punch--muddled limes, sugar, and rum. Either one will put your happy face on before your meal. We ordered grilled fish and chicken columbo from the 25 € menu. They came with a selection of appetizers. We picked the creole assiette and the poisson salade. Both were large enough for a meal in themselves. The accras, local fritters made with fish, dough, and spices, were light and deliciously crunchy. The boudin, a blood sausage, that came with the assiette was so-so. This may be an acquired taste. Our entrees were huge, easily enough for two or three people each. Taste-wise I'd classify them as okay. The service was slow but polite and friendly. The ambience was good. The owners keep an aviary near the entrance filled with parakeets, cockatiels, and finches. They are a merry lot and they attract a local bunch of bananaquits that fly through the open dining area--pretty and au natural.
4 based on 5 reviews
Petit resto trop méconnu avec vue sur mer
Bien sympa, le service est efficasse
Le poisson, un vrai régal, et là, on peut dire que c'est du pêché mangé!
Un petit effort serait à faire sur la déco mais surtout, ne jugez pas sur ce critère, la cuisine est vraiment excellente!
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