Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Le Carbet, Arrondissement of Saint-Pierre, Caribbean. Le Carbet is a village and commune in the French overseas department of Martinique.
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3 based on 239 reviews
New restaurant beside the sea, pleasant staff however service was a little slow to take orders, nice ambiance, food was average but overpriced. Drinks are expensive, beers 6â¬, cocktails 10â¬, - there are restaurants that serve higher quality food, better cocktails for the same price or less.
4 based on 542 reviews
We were on a private tour for 12 Americans that included a walking tour of the historic area of Fort-de-France and a visit to Balata Gardens. Having lunch at La Luciole was a great way to finish the tour. They have both a fixed price (25E) menu as well as ala carte. Most of our group did the fixed price. The food was very good and the servings were larger than expected. The only down sides were that the wait staff had limited English proficiency (fortunately we had a multi-lingual guide) and getting the final bill took longer than we expected (in our waitress' defense, the place was full and staff was stretched). However, the setting next to the garden is very nice so it was easy to relax and enjoy the weather and the atmosphere.
4 based on 109 reviews
I have been in Martinique for 6 months now and with my boyfriend we probably visited the place 5 or 6 times.We always had a great time, the location is amazing, the service is great and the food is so tasty .This restaurant is definitely Worth trying.Cela fait 6 mois que nous sommes en Martinique et nous avons visite ce restaurant au moins 5 ou 6 mois.Nous avons toujours passe un bon moment, l'endroit est magnifique, le service est au petit soin et la nourriture est tellement bonne. C'est dÃ©finitivement un endroit que je recommence a tous.
4 based on 157 reviews
I had dinner three times at the Cercle. The first time I was just curious to try Brittany style crepes in the West Indies. I had the carbetienne with smoked marlin. It was delicious. I came back twice to taste their other crepes. Do not miss the sweet desert crepes which are also delicious. A great place for lunch or dinner. They also make traditional ice creams! There is a small terrace overlooking the sea. The owner and the waitress were very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 171 reviews
We stopped at this restaurant while on a tour of the island. The food and atmosphere was wonderful. We enjoyed ourselves very much in their upstairs dining room None of our group speaks French but the owner Philippe was wonderful and able to communicate with us in English very well. The food was delicious!
4 based on 260 reviews
Experience the unique atmosphere and cuisine of a bistronomic restaurant by the beach : Pelican Beach is the ideal place for a casual lunch or dinner on the waterfrontâ¦ Enjoy sea breezes and sea views from the open-air restaurant overlooking the caribbean
This was the only restaurant we could go to without reservations. I was afraid that would mean it was not great but we were pleasently surprised. The food was good - salads, burgers or seafood (a little pricey at 21-26 euros). The drinks were interesting and fun but the best tip is to go around 3pm and they have a happy hour on the chairs in the front. You can rent the beach loungers for 5 euro each which includes an umbrella, access to their shower and bathroom and beachside service for homemade icecream and lovely rose wine. We stayed until sunset and it was gorgeous!!
4 based on 610 reviews
We took others' recommendation to have a reservation, and were glad we did. Before 8 pm, the restaurant was nearly full, and it's a large place. The burger I had was huge and prepared nicely. It comes with several strips of delicious bacon and a fried egg! My husband's starter of tuna tartare was good, as was his grilled fish (entire - including head). Service was attentive, and they spoke some English.
4 based on 492 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 atmosp
Second year in a row 1643 delivered our best meal on the island. The setting is sublime, like a botanical garden. Service is impeccable and friendly as can be. Was Wifeâs birthday so I stopped by the day before to make a reservation. We started with a salad of tomato and ChÃ¨vre with a surprising cup of delicious ice cream. I had the entrecÃ´te (steak) and Donna had the salmon. Both superb. The day before I had asked if they had cake for the birthday and the proprietor said no, but then she said maybe. The cake came out after dinner and was a love surprise for both of us (although that meant no creme brÃ»lÃ©e for me). Donât miss this exquisite experience. Merci pour votre avis et votre recommandation, cela a Ã©tÃ© un plaisir de vous accueillir pour la seconde fois et nous sommes trÃ¨s contents de faire parti de vos bons souvenirs de vacances. Meilleurs voeux pour la nouvelle annÃ©e !
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