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Took a $10 Ferry across the bay to enjoy beach chairs and restaurant. The beach is shallow and nice for just wading and cooling off. I wish I read the reviews before that recommended the Planter's Punch but I had a nice mojito. The food...More
We had excellent service on the beach at Karibuni. Very attentive and quick, which I know can be difficult at a beach bar. We were very pleased. Additionally, our food was really good - we both had the poke bowl and it was delicious.
We had the pleasure of visiting Pinel on a few occasions during a two week stay in St Martin. We paddled over with our kayaks and enjoyed beach chair service and lunch at Karibuni. Below are a few things I'd like to highlight:
We ate lunch here 2 days ago, and I am still smiling. We picked out the lobster in the morning and asked to have it prepared at 1pm. It was delicious!
Our server was Margaux, and there is not a better server anywhere. She was...More
Located on Pinel Island just off the coast of St. Maarten, This restaurant has a beach, gift shop and sit down restaurant. We ate ate the beach and had a salad and Hamburger...food was excellent. The drinks were even better. You can’t beat the scenery...More
There are two beach clubs on pinell island. We picked this one for the more mellow vibe. Our waiter was Esteban. He was extremely attentive and quick.
Everything was reasonably priced and my mahi-mahi sandwich was delicious. I also love their homemade french fries. When...More
Karibuni is on Pinel Island, a five minute ferry ride from the Orient beach area of French St. Martin. They have new beach chairs and umbrellas since the hurricane and the beach boys running the operation are quick, efficient and polite.
But the food! A...More
We came in on a cruise and wanted to do something away from everyone. This was a perfect escape. Take a taxi, orange shirts, to other side of island, $30 each way, to the ferry that leaves every 30 min, $24 round trip, and pick...More
You have to get on a 10-minutes ferry to get to Pinel Island to eat here. But it is worth it. My husband had octopus stew which is full of interesting flavours. My parrot fish is also very well prepared. Beach is only a few...More