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The restaurant does not have a street front. You have to walk behind some buildings. Worth the effort. I had a lovely $5 rose to start. We had the onion soup and fish fritters as starters both of which were exquisite. The 4 cheese pasta,...More
We have been here before so this is a repeat but important because things change fast in vacation spots. We had very good Dover sole but the best thing of the whole night was a pork loin in mustard sauce. For the escargot the butter...More
We were headed to the Tropicana but found out it's closed in August and September. Much to our delight, the La Gallion was very close and provided a similar view of the marina.
The food was extremely good and the service was outstanding! My wife...More
We happened upon Le Galion when we were in Marigot on a recent Sunday night and few restaurants were open. We passed by the the large pirate statue and, while taking a look at the outside menu, were approached by the friendly Maître d to...More
After several unfortunate years when we chose the establishments in either side (one has since closed) we finally gave Le Galion a chance and we are so glad that we did! This is the second best restaurant in the Marigot Marina but you should not...More
We were the first guests this day and tried some creole food. I wasn't too exited by the food as I think it lacked a bit on the taste compared to other creole food I've had. The service was average, a bit slow maybe even...More
Restaurant in a perfect location in Marigot. You face a nice Marina as you dine. Service was attentive and well oiled towards service and efficiency. Menu offered many options. Food was fresh and of good quality. Portions were excellent. Cocktails were well mixed and generous....More