Most Popular International food in Schoelcher, Arrondissement of Fort-de-France, Caribbean

September 2, 2019 Augustus Redeker

Best International restaurants nearby. Discover the best International food in Schoelcher. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for International restaurants near you. including Le Scenario, Les Fines Bouches, Restaurant Le Club Seven, PAUL, Cafe Boheme, 4 Senses, Piment Sucre
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7. Piment Sucre

Lot Hauts de Californie , Le Lamentin, Le Lamentin 97232 Martinique French, Cajun & Creole, International Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Table Service +596 596 50 13 12 http://www.facebook.com/pimentsucrelamentin
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4 based on 84 reviews

Piment Sucre

Reviewed By ChrisA90B92

Piment Sucré is hidden away at the very end of Californie industrial area in Le Lamentin. Like a couple of restaurants nearby. It’s a small place with colorful decoration and cozy atmosphere. Servers are efficient and friendly. Dishes are unpretentious but fair and light. For my last visit I ate a cream of turban squash, a roast of red drum with sweet potato fries and a coconut flan. All successful recipes of Creole cuisine.

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6. 4 Senses

Esplanade de La Pointe Simon, 1 Rue Loulou Boislaville, Fort-de-France 97200 Martinique French, Wine Bar, International, Fusion, Gastropub Lunch, Dinner Seating, Table Service, Reservations +596 596 67 08 75 https://www.facebook.com/foursensesfoodstore/
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3 based on 69 reviews

4 Senses

Reviewed By ChrisA90B92

4 Senses is a new place located on the plaza just below Hotel Simon. An original concept in Martinique, both delicatessen and wine bar.Inside you find a spacious bright room with a modern classy decor of large windows, high ceilings, glass doors, a wooden bar round.For my first visit just after opening I had a seat outside on the terrace offering a fantastic view on Baie des Flamands. With my family we ordered tapas with pate, Pata Negra ham and smoked salmon. We shared a bottle of Sancerre that came straight from the extensive wine cellar. So far so good.

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5. Cafe Boheme

28 Route de Clairiere, Fort-de-France 97200 Martinique French, Caribbean, Cafe, International, European cafeboheme.mar[email protected] +596 596 73 94 76 https://www.facebook.com/cafebohememartinique/
Cafe Boheme

Reviewed By seyleenm

I live in Martinique and it’s very hard to find a very typical breakfast, local that why... I was in love with this place .... and the must ... with fresh coconuts water awesome ✨ my friend try the brunch dish and look so yummm with a fresh passion fruit juice .... I don’t know how to explain how it was good ... maybe advice you to try by yourself ... it’s defenetly a place to save and taste !

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4. PAUL

15 Rue Du Professeur Raymond Garcin Route de Didier, Fort-de-France 97200 Martinique French, International, Caribbean Breakfast, Drinks, Lunch Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Takeout, Validated Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol [email protected] +596 596 73 16 60 http://www.boulangeries-paul.com
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3 based on 71 reviews

PAUL

Restaurant Coffee-tea room, located on the 1st floor of the villa PAUL (Didier Road) offers daily 11am until its breakfasts and food & formulas daily for lunch from Monday to Saturday from 12h to 15h. And still on the ground floor, find our bakery, with i

Reviewed By ChrisA90B92

Paul is a family bakery that has become a world wide food chain. Originally based on bread and pastries, its activity has been extended to salads, quiches, salted pies, cakes.Paul bakery located down Route de Didier is somehow special as it is housed in a wonderful colonial villa. It’s a must to have a brunch on the 1st floor terrace, looking at the impressive zamana across the street.

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3. Restaurant Le Club Seven

Casino Batliere-Plazza Rue Des Alizes, Schoelcher 97233 Martinique French, International Dinner, Drinks, Lunch Seating, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Table Service, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +596 596 61 73 23 http://www.casinobateliereplazza.com/
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3 based on 42 reviews

Restaurant Le Club Seven

The unique and privileged situation of the restaurant Club Seven, into the Casino Batelière-Plazza create attractive conditions to festive or pleaure, friendly or loving moments. The quality and the diversity of dishes make of this place an excellent comp

Reviewed By FDF-resident

First things first: in order to eat (and drink) at Club Seven you need a valid photo ID, and if you are male, long trousers and closed shoes. This might make you suspect the place to be very select, but no worries: it's simply inside a casino. And in France in order to enter a casino, you have to prove that you are not a registered gambling-addict. Why wearing shorts and sandals on the other hand would make you not fit in with the hordes of badly dressed pensioners playing the slot-machines, is a mystery I have never been able to elucidate.Anyway, after you have navigated the slot machines and the pensioners, you proceed to a medium-size first floor restaurant with a panoramic view over the already twice mentioned pensioners crowding the slot machines. A somewhat surreal setting which never fails to amuse me.The purpose of Club Seven, obviously, is to get people drunk so that they spend lots of money in the casino, which on the other hand means, that if gambling is not your thing, you can get a decent meal (admittedly semi-self-service) with unlimited drinks for 16 euros. Well, slight caveat, after years of persistent abuse of this business model by me – and probably other alcoholics – only rum, whisky and such are still free and unlimited, wine and beer cost extra. But then this is the Caribbean, what could possibly be wrong with having "only" lots of rum with your lunch or dinner?Back to eating. While you get a table with napkins, decent quality cutlery and such, getting food (and the unlimited rum, there we go again...) is more or less self-service. There is a buffet for starters, including most of the time Martinican classics like chiquetaille de morue or pork snout pâté, which offers a decent selection of cold starters. And nobody will stop you from having starters twice, if you are worried about off-setting your rum intake with food early on in the meal.There is a choice of two daily main dishes, at least one of them is more or less local – let's say some grilled fish – which are actually served by a waiter at the main dish stand. Not bad, really, perhaps, depending on the day, even above local average (the problem of course is that there is hardly any dish which takes kindly to being kept hot for an hour over a gas burner...).Deserts... By now you should be well into your third or fourth ti punch, so the quality of desserts is no longer much of an issue. If memory serves, the dessert buffet is mainly fatty cakes or fruit.To sum up, for not all that much much money, you get a quite decent meal in rather unusual surroundings, with so much rum that by the end you will think you had an excellent meal. I always have a very good time at Club Seven, and while I have never put this theory to the test, I think you can have a quite good dining experience also without the unlimited rum.Not to forget: it's 16 euros only if you avoid the slot-machines on your way out and if you manage to recall that bus lines 100, 110, 111 and 112 will take you back to the city centre. If you really do not want to drink (or have gone so local that you cannot be seen in public without your plus-size car), a huge car park is available for the casino and hence the restaurant.

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2. Les Fines Bouches

Rue Du Professeur Raymond Garcin, Fort-de-France 97200 Martinique French, International Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +596 596 71 07 10 https://www.facebook.com/lesfinesbouches/
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4 based on 33 reviews

Les Fines Bouches

A typical creole house transformed into an delicatessen « épicerie Fine » proposing a wide range of premium products selected for their tasting qualities . A wide selection of fresh products , as well as a wide range of organic Wines ,Cigar and Caviar cav

Reviewed By MQ_Bray

All the tables are located on the terrace and it can be a little breezy, though they do have canopies to protect against the wind . We made a late reservation and all table were booked. Service was good, professional and pleasant. I ordered fillet de boeuf which was served with fries only, and when served the fries were cold. They reheated them, but by that time the meat had gone cold and when paying top prices, I do not expect to return a meal. May give them a second chance.Thank you for you comments . The breeze is indeed a problem that we have been trying to solve by over heating the plates ..so sorry for the inconvenience . Hope to see you again soon so we can make it up to you !

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1. Le Scenario

1 Rue Simon Cottrel Anse Madame, Schoelcher 97233 Martinique French, International Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Buffet, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +596 596 61 93 30 http://www.restaurant-le-scenario.com
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4 based on 41 reviews

Le Scenario

De retour après presque 18 ans au Mali, je cherchais un petit restaurant sympathique à reprendre ! Et ce fut le Scénario à Anse Madame. Restaurant familial qui depuis 1998, vous invitait, à découvrir ses plats du Sud-Ouest et sa cuisine du terroir dans un

Reviewed By Thiry D

Nous avions connu le petit couple de propriétaires y'a quelques années de ça et nous avions très bien mangé à l'époque. Nous redécouvrons ce petit resto intimiste à l'ambiance chaleureuse avec sa sympathique Cheffe Antillaise.Après avoir commandé un excellent vin rouge (Corbières) et une bière nous enchaînons sur les plats directs :☆ Un filet de cabillaud sauce basquaise à 23e. Bémol sur ce plat: y'avait plus de sauce que de poisson. En retirant les poivrons et la tomate, un petit filet de poisson trop cuit.le goût était là. Mon copain à tout de même apprécié son plat.☆ Une cassolette de la mer exotique avec une pointe de piment et ananas pour moi avec frites maison(excellentes) et crudités. Le tout pour 19e. Plat très copieux, rempli de saveurs. Je me suis régalée. Et j ai pas pu finir mon assiette.☆ Un excellent flan coco en dessert pour mon ami et un virgin colata pour moi.Une addition de 85e pour un très bon vin rouge, une leffe, un virgin colata, deux plats et un flan coco. Un Bon rapport qualité/prix.Nous y retournerons pour tester le buffet avec les amis...

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