We walked into to Ti Bouchon during pouring rain and without reservation. We got lucky, because the place is very small and you have to make reservation. The sitting is outside only and can fit about 20 people maximum. Momo, the owner, makes you feel like you are not a restaurant customer, but his house guest invited for dinner. The menu is on the board that he brings to the table, and explains every dish in details, giving you recommendations and makes it all fun and game. And if you know a little about food and especially if you like to cook, he will explain how the dishes are prepared, ingredients, and all that. I ordered lobster ravioli that were delicious, and for the main dish I had duck breast and confit. The presentation and preparation were exquisite. Duck was perfectly medium rare. To make the story short, I leaked my plates clean. My wife had the crab dish for the appetizer and scallops for the main dish. She did the same thing with her plates. Scallops were so perfectly cooked and seasoned, I asked Momo what the secret and he gladly explained his technique of preparing scallops. Our deserts were delicious as well. There are many French restaurants in Grand Case where you can have a very nice French dining experience. But Ti Bouchon beats them all. It is located in Cull de Sac on the road to Pinel Island. Go there and enjoy. You will love it. And make friends with Momo. Thank you, Momo, for the great dinner. We will definitely see you next time we are on St. Martin.
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