I have been here many times and sampled much of the menu. It's not too difficult to find when you know how. At the north end of St. John's, Dickenson Bay Road (which is nowhere near Dickenson Bay) runs east-west. Half way between the two sets of traffic lights, take the bridge going north over the deep ditch. Immediately on your right is Papa Zouk. The place is, shall we say, unpretentious and that is being kind but it certainly has its own atmosphere. The owner used to sit down with you and tell you what was on tonight. Not even a chalk board. Sadly, they have gone all posh and now have a one-page printed menu. Start with the Ti-punch but watch it! Not too many of those. Bouillabaisse is wonderful and almost a meal in itself. There's a basket of hot bread and a garlic dip that will guarantee you sleep facing the wall tonight. Fish is always done to perfection. I have even had a meal by working my way through the appetizers, all of which were very tasty. Cash only, no credit cards. When you get fed up of Le Bistro, La Bussola or Cecilia's (is that possible?) treat yourself to something different and cheaper but don't expect white linen. The owners will be there and will look after you.
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