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What you can expect during your visit
Face masks required for staff in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
Regular temperature checks for staff
Socially distanced dining tables
Staff required to regularly wash hands
Tables disinfected between guests
Updated 08/08/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
We had a lovely evening at this place.
Great atmosphere and delicious food. The best thing was the owner, who managed to be both the chef and the waiter at the same time. This was a great experience and we highly recommend it. :-)
Our charming chef/host presented a small but delicious menu, Beautifully cooked and presented.
The restaurant is tucked up a side street but well worth seeking out. It is very well presented inside and has a wine list as well as local beers. Ouassous were perfectly...cooked in a gorgeous spicy sauce and tart tatin flambé with rum was a large portion of pure delight.
Will go again definitely not the cheapest meal but not expensive for the quality and ambience.More
We had a lovely dinner last night at Grenade et Basilic. We were served by the very personable Chef Michel, who suggested I order the ouassous fricassée because he had sadly just run out of the tuna tataki. My husband ordered the duck magret, which...was cooked to perfection and served with a delicious ratatouille. My fricassée was divine, and it's not something I would usually order so I'm very glad he recommended it. It was served with christophene gratiné, deliciously creamy and cheesy. He also suggested a lovely rosé that went perfectly with both our meals. It was a lovely evening and we will happily go back!More
We had an absolutely fantastic dinner at Chef Michael’s restaurant. Lovely atmosphere and delicious food from the starter to main course and until the dinner and glass of rhum with the espresso. Absolute delight!
Date of visit: February 2020
chefM6, Owner at Grenade Et Basilic, responded to this reviewResponded February 7, 2020
merci beaucoup et au plaisir de vous servir prochainement
If you arrive at Fort-de-France you should visit this great French restaurant with delicious food. We had a really good time here when we stayed the afternoon on the shore while being on a Carribean cruise.
My wife and I spent a lovely evening in such a cozy and comforting environment, service on point by chef Michael, the meals are to die for hmmm just outstanding.
This is my first stop in martinique every time.
Mr. & Mrs Sealy
Date of visit: August 2019
chefM6, Propriétaire at Grenade Et Basilic, responded to this reviewResponded August 29, 2019
Merci beaucoup pour votre. Commentaire
The food and service in this small owner run restaurant were superb. It is a small restaurant with tables attractively laid with white linen. My husband had tuna cooked perfectly, pink in the middle as he loves it and a delicious christophene dish to go...with it. My entrecôte steak was really tasty with excellent ratatouille and delicious mushroom sauce on the side. The owner did the cooking and served us. He made us feel so welcome and it was the perfect end to our stay in Martinique.
Date of visit: July 2019
chefM6, Propriétaire at Grenade Et Basilic, responded to this reviewResponded November 6, 2019
Hello and thank you for your positive review! We make it a point of pride to delight our customers, both frequent and occasional travellers.