High praise here, as Boucan was the site of our favorite dinner(s) on one of my favorite vacations ever. We visited the Soufriere area for 4 nights. Our original plan was to try 4 different restaurants for dinner, but we ended up returning to Boucan for a repeat visit on our final night. First and foremost, the food was delicious. The atmosphere and food have a fine dining feel, but at the same time, you get a lot of value for your money. Dinner is preceded by bread and an assortment of chocolate-related spreads, as well as an amuse-bouche (warm pumpkin soup our second visit - yum). The food is rich, flavorful, awesome. The chocolate theme is integrated skillfully and is not at all gimmicky. But, of course, dessert is a must. (We preferred the Piton meringue dessert that we had on our first night to the molten cake that we had on our second night, though both were tasty). Between the two of us, my husband and I also enjoyed quiche, steak, dorado, and duck. The walk across the way from Ladera is easy (it's super close) but a little dark, so bring a flashlight if you want a little more light. I feel fortunate that we were able to indulge here not once but twice. Highly recommended.
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