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Located around the corner from the rest of Creole Village, you'll feel like you've left the tourist traps behind you once you enter this cozy cafe. The menu is a bit eclectic like the restaurant's namesake city and just as enjoyable. Be prepared to stay...More
Loved our server, she was super patient and explained everything in English to us. The food was delicious and flavorful. Everything was so fresh and good. And it was very reasonably priced compared to the other meals we had on the island (i.e. Kano, The...More
My wife and I went on Christmas Eve. The restaurant offered a three-course menu for 59 Euros. Among the entrees was a beautiful rack of lamb. This was serious cooking at an absurdly low price, and the meal was very, very good. But be warned:...More
As written, the food is average...but the service is far worse. We were seated quickly and order taken in reasonable time.
Sadly it took 1 1/2 hours to be served dinner. No explanation was offered, no apology given...the staff never came to the table to...More
We enjoyed our meal here even though the waitress served us someone else food. We were a little disappointed that they had run out of escargot, as we had heard good things from someone who had eaten there. I ordered tuna and my husband garlic...More
We went to this place after reading reviews on TripAdvisor, and had a great dinner. It's not in the middle of the action in Pointe-du-Bout, but that's what made it such a good choice. Menu is heavy on the seafood, but that's a positive. A...More
We went there for diner and found it to be a good choice.
The appetizer was good. So were the entrees (fresh shrimps and risotto). The mousse au chocolat dessert was just okay. The cocktails were also good (we had coconut rhum & mojito). Next...More
This place sits on a nice quiet secluded street just off the main drag of Trois-Ilets / Pointe du Bout, very close to the Bakoua / Village Creole / Pagerie hotels. They are French to their fingertips - they even offered us a digestif after...More
We stayed at the Hotel Bakoua. You cannot walk along the beach from the hotel to the restaurant. You have to walk down Rue Bakoua from the hotel, then take a right up a little hill. The restaurant is on your left. You can... More
We stayed at the Hotel Bakoua. You cannot walk along the beach from the hotel to the restaurant. You have to walk down Rue Bakoua from the hotel, then take a right up a little hill. The restaurant is on your left. You can see Anse Mitan from the small dining room of Le Cafe de Paris.