"Kaz a man Albe" translated from Creole means something like "Grandma's Place" and is very appropriate as the owner/chef is a Santoise who tired of being a bean counter for Air Caraibes, the "national" air carrier of Guadeloupe and returned to Terre-Haut o convert her mother's place in to a restaurant.
Located on the street that runs in front of the Town Hall about 100 meters to the right, we discovered it on an afternoon walk and returned for dinner which is served from 7 PM. It is also open for lunch.The menu is reasonably priced and consists of local specialties with an emphasis on fish. I decided to go for the squid which was the special of the evening while my companions - The Daughter and The Teenager went for a fish brochette and hamburger respectively.
My dish arrived in a special sauce and was the most tender squid I have ever experienced. I tried to elicit the receipe for the sauce from the cook but was unsuccessful. The women expressed satisfaction with their meal.
As we did not feel like walking the two kilometers back to out accomodation after finishing the meal we called the number we had been given for a cab but it did not answer. Neither did three other numbers we were given but it turns out that the owner's husband ran a transport company so he gave us a lift.
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