Discover the best restaurant in Saint Louis, Guadeloupe including Chez Henri, L'Eden Voile, La Playa, Manman'dlo La Sirene, la baleine rouge, Calypso, Le Wok, L'Oceanite, Galante Traiteur, La Table du Pere Labat
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4 based on 152 reviews
Saturday night and live jazz right on the beach. It does not get much better than this! The dinner selection was limited but tasty. The Jazz had a strong local flavor.
3.5 based on 130 reviews
Un-pretentious gem! I am not sure if it was the beautiful sunny day, the lovely waters, the warm welcome or the Ti punch, this promised to be a great afternoon from our very first step inside and it turned out to be more than what would expect. You enter into what seems like the entrance to an ordinary home and it opens out to a fantastic waterfront restaurant. Food was honest, simple and fresh. This is the kind of place where one would spend a good part of one's day, lingering, Reading a book, have some Rum Agricoles and celebrate life!
4.5 based on 479 reviews
Local sea food with Spanish set up (not only) because of the Spanish chef as we was informed by the operating personnel. The staff was very professional and helpful with guidance throuhg the menu (even in English ;-). The French Chardonnay suprisingly very good, although we should have started with a lighter option. Merci beaucoup!
4.5 based on 164 reviews
The restaurant of the hotel welcomes you every day in high season for the continental breakfast from 7:30 am, the lunch or the snacking in the day and the dinner from 19 hours. Situated in edge of swimming pool in a romantic charm, he invites you in the sweetness and in the tasting of fresh products worked with passion.
Excellent food and very welcoming and attentive staff in a warm and nice atmosphere. The owners make you feel at home!
4 based on 209 reviews
At last! The meal we've been waiting our whole Guadeloupe trip for, in a Marie-Galante idyll... right on the water, with a view of small boats and Islands in the distance. We passed by before it opened and found ourselves chatting with the owners who, we learned, spend their down-time working in the little vegetable garden that yields many of the wonderful touches in the extraordinary dishes that awaited us.
We ordered the accras to start: a succulent melange of pumpkin and cod, fried super-crisp and served with a "chien" sauce that actually showed off its ingredients. I had to indulge in "piment," the house hot sauce, made with chilies from aforesaid garden... divine! Our 7-year-old chose the hamburger (don't blame her, we've been treated to some really poor meals so far on our trip and she has retreated to safety)... fantastic burger, served on beautiful bun with tons of fresh lettuce and tomato and arugula (garden again!) and more tartar sauce than she would have liked... Tonight, if she insists again on the burger (because we are definitely going back tonight!!), it'll be ordered sans sauce. The house-made fries are to die for. So then we come to the title dish--poisson de tartare... I could write for hours about this dish, but I'll restrain myself to saying that it's a beautiful wedding of sea bream (daurade), fruit and sweet peppers, bound by citrus and just the right amount of coconut. Savory and sweet but somehow true to each flavor, especially the freshness of the fish! My husband, a huge fish-burger fan, was in ecstasy over his burger de la mer (although tonight we'll get it with the sauce on the side)... We had a crashing kid and so didn't stick around for dessert...
One last note... the owners are great to their customers and to the local community, alike... including a dozen cats whom they treat to leftover fish so the cats don't come roaming too much into the restaurant. Our daughter was lucky enough to accompany the owner on this errand before the restaurant opened.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
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The Accra starter was delicious, others has good lobster,duck and steak. I have had tastier octopus but served with potatoes and rice! Some salad or green veg would have been better. Fresh squeezed orange juice, refreshing.
Very hot when first arrived, but staff turned fans up which made it comfortable.
3.5 based on 38 reviews
We took a table near the water; actually we were less than half a meter from the water. It turned out that they had a floating table so you could actually eat in the water. We were the only people there and we ordered some water while we looked at the menu.
The restaurant was inspired and influenced by the Vietnamese kitchen and I ordered a Vietnam salad followed by some ice cream. The food was okay, spicy and light and what I needed on a hot day like we had. It was not a particular cheap place but being on an isolated island like this all goods have another price. We paid 36 euro for us both with only water, which actually was quite pricy.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Accueil charmant et service efficace.
Les plats sont bien cuisinés et frais.
Une mention spéciale pour le petit déjeuner. Le prix est certes un petit peu cher à 12 euros, mais la qualité et la quantité sont au RDV.
Boisson chaude au choix.
Viennoiseries, pains grillés tout chauds, crêpes, confitures ,
Ainsi que du jus d orange et un beau plateau de fruits frais.
Le tout servi à table avec le bonjour du patron qui vous propose un autre café.
4 based on 16 reviews
La nourriture est bonne mais gros problème, la chaleur y est étouffante en ce debut de mois de septembre tres chaud il est vrai. A faire pendant la saison
5 based on 310 reviews
La Table du Pere Labat is highly recommended, if you want value for the money along with great food, superb service and cosy atmosphere. We ordered langoustine flambé and maxi boef and were really surprised of the big portions served. Nevertheless, we finished both plates highly satisfied. This is a place well worth visiting. By the way, ask for the marmalade made of pineapple and rum. Tasted liked melted honey in your mouth :) Bon Apetite!
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