Discover the best restaurant in Saint-Pierre, Martinique including Le Fromager, Le Tamaya, Restaurant 1643, Beach Grill, La Vague, La Chaudiere, L'Alsace a Kay, Antonio Beach, Restaurant Bleu des Iles, Chez Marie-Claire
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4.5 based on 383 reviews
We were looking for somewhere to stay in the North. We found this place with the aid of an old "rough guide'. It has 4 little bungalows adjacent to the Restaurant
The owner was in the restaurant, if you are looking for aircon you'll need to open all the
The rooms are old and functional with a fantastic balcony and views over St
We stayed just one night. No dinner unless the restaurant is open, and no
This is low end, great value accommodation. it's far from perfect, scruffy with
bits missing but finding somewhere to stay up north is not easy.
We didn't see any Caribbean brown beetles and the view alone are a reason to
4 based on 78 reviews
Little (20 seats) French restaurant with nautical decor - Lunch set menu at 15 € - Air-Co - Free WIFI - English & German spoken - Italian understood
Restaurant Tamaya is located at the seaside in the centre of town. Furnishings and sea related decoration give the restaurant a modest yet pleasant character. Dozens of yacht's business cards on display. Service is adequate and friendly.
In its name the restaurant is honouring a three-mast barque at anchor in Saint-Pierre that was hit by the 1902 Mont Pelée pyroclastic flow, taking all crew with her.
The menu is French. Open for lunch and dinner 6 days a week. Closed on Wednesday. We came on a weekday and the establishment was half full, a OK sign. We went for fish and were not disappointed. Food is tasty and well presented.
We recommend Tamaya to anyone who seeks nice food at an acceptable price.
4.5 based on 373 reviews
The Restaurant is located at 1643 Carbet, a small village at the edge of the sea. It is one of the oldest houses on the island of Martinique, in a large park in the shade of trees. Christine, the owner, and Karine welcome you in a warm and cheerful atmosphere. Our Chefs are you a young and creative kitchen, cuisine with Creole accents and flavors. The 1643 Restaurant offers a shaded Terrace, covered, ventilated, facing the garden, for lunch or traditional dinner with family, friends, head-to-head. Flowers, colorful tablecloths and table runners are the restaurant's decor. In the evening a more intimate and romantic atmosphere is offered, with candles on the tables. The framework encourages relaxation and take time to savor the tasty dishes proposed by Alain. The service is fast and professional. The restaurant has a capacity of 40 seats. L'anse Latouche is 100 meters. A pleasant beach that you can go enjoy the turquoise Caribbean Sea, to whet your appetite.
Adjacent to the Zoo de la Martinique is restaurant 1643 (so called because it's the date of the original construction of the Habitation Latouche which has now become the zoo).
The menu and drinks list are on individual small tablet computers, which is fun to peruse.
The food looks good, but we were disappointed when it came to eating: two of the starters were not as hot as they should have been, two others were rather bland and lacking in seasoning. In the mains, a skewer of meat which should have been “medium” was somewhat under-cooked. The desserts were delicious.
The bill for 4 people came to €237 including 4 cocktails but no wine or coffees, which we thought was rather steep for what it was.
4.5 based on 477 reviews
The Beach Grill was recommended by our Air BnB hostess, along with the advice to get an advanced reservation, which we failed to do, because we could not figure out how to make a call!! Regardless, we headed down to the beach hoping to catch the sunset over dinner and were surprised to find no restaurants open before 7:00pm. Forced to bide our time, we grabbed a couple beers from cool outdoor beach couches at the little bar next to the Beach Grill. When life appeared at the Beach Grill, I ran over and asked if we could get a reservation at 7:30pm which they gladly accommodated. They even had a waitress who spoke excellent English help us navigate the mostly seafoood menu. She made some excellent recommendations, such as the appetizer or little fried local fish. Overall, it was a nice local experience.
3.5 based on 330 reviews
We waited for a neighbouring resturant to open for lunch, it didn't and yet we were not disappointed. A bonus we found this water front resturant so enjoyable, the set and simple menu was tasty. The service was friendly and efficient. The casual surroundings fit the beach and ocean view.
A casual 3 course lunch that represents excellent value for money at 16 euros per person including a rum cocktail aperitif.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
Stopped by for lunch on a sunday. First guest, but the restaurant filled upp quickly. Had live music and people danced ate and danced again. Very nice and genuine feeling.
We had crevettes creole, todays catch and entrecote. All of us very pleased with our dishes. Home made sorbet, made with fresh fruit from the garden, was outstanding. Would have gone back if we had stayed in the area
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Alsatian food in St. Pierre, Martinique. We both had the chicken special which was excellent and inexpensive. Our host is multi-lingual (French, German, and English). He works hard to make sure all his guests are satisfied. Comfortable space on second floor across from harbor.
3.5 based on 43 reviews
Sweet little beach restaurant, on of the few that have direct access to the beach. Clean facilities, nice beach and even some rocks for snorkelling - perfect to end a long day with a swim and some cold beer.
4 based on 22 reviews
After wandering the streets of St. Pierre we almost gave up trying to find a decent place to have lunch. I dropped into the local tourism office and they suggested Bleu des Iles (though the woman staffing the office didn't speak English) which is just down the street past the opera house and prison ruins.
We grabbed a table on the covered Terrace which offered a nice view of the street from the second floor. Don;t expect anything very fancy and the man who served us didn't speak any English - it allowed me to put my high school French to good use! We ended up having a most enjoyable lunch. I had the lunch special which was a chicken dish served with vegetables and a very tasty sauce. The three course lunch was definitely the way to go as it included a salad and small dish of ice cream for dessert. Beer was available and the pace of service ideal. Even if lack basic French language skills it's still worth dropping by for an authentic Martinique meal.
3 based on 115 reviews
We arrived at 12 o'clock sharp, and this turned out to be a lucky stroke, because the small restaurant quickly filled up, and the logistics of the restaurant became quite chaotic. But apart from that especially our main course "ecrewisses" and their sauce were excellent considering the very reasonable13 euro menu price. So we believe Marie-Claire is an excellent cook, but not very good at motivating her servant helpers nor at being friendly with the customers.
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