This was my second visit to St. Martin and I my husband's first. We decided to visit Grand Case on a whim (it was rainy and windy on the Atlantic side of the island where we are staying so we decided to explore the island). We happened upon Le Tastevin, scanned the menu, and decided to stay for lunch. We were not disappointed. We were greeted promptly and shown to a lovely table which overlooked the pristine beach and provided a nice view of Anguilla across the way. Our server attended to us immediately and we ordered a bottle of Bandoit sparkling water, a bottle of 2008 Chateauneuf de Pape (Le Tastevin has an admirable wine list) the dorado entree (buerre blanc/fingerling potatoes) and the red snapper entree. We could have chosen one of the salad lunch specials (all of which looked quite tasty), but we decided to have a more substantial midday meal. The wine was well priced and was well-suited to our fish entrees--both of which were cooked perfectly. I have traveled in the Caribbean since 1973 (live on Isla de Contadora and NYC) and, for the most part, have found the food there to be sub-par (with some notable exceptions); Le Tastevin is one of those exceptions. We are looking forward to a return visit this Friday.
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