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3 based on 372 reviews
A restaurant proprietor of Coco's which was closed on Mondays, directed us here for 'simple, grilled fish'. I think we should have had the lobster. Instead we had the conch (Lambri) pounded and grilled (tough and tasteless), and the sea urchin (harvested right next door) sauteed. So disappointing. the French fries were ok. And it was $100US for two (including a bottle of rose).
3 based on 138 reviews
Our tour guide (Kalonji Taxi-he's excellent, look him up) recommended this restaurant so we went. It's right on the ocean with lovely outdoor seating. Very nice for a romantic dinner. There was no English menu so we used google translate the best we could. None of the waiters spoke English so they said they would find someone and brought a woman from the back (she may have been the owner) who was an American expat from Texas. Had a wonderful time chatting with her and quickly ordered appetizers, food and drinks. Food was a bit slow coming out. The appetizers were ok (friend shrimp and some fried fish balls) but nothing special. Ordered duck and lobster for dinner. Duck was seasoned well but a bit rubbery. I think the seafood is the thing to go with here. The lobster special included a large lobster, appetizer and desert for 42â¬. We never got the second round of drinks we ordered when our food was delivered and no one came back after we finished. My partner had to go inside to find the expat lady who had forgotten all about us. She gave us our drinks for free and we were able to pay the bill. This restaurant has amazing food but bring a French speaker or make sure you have lots of time to spare. We had the same experience at the place next door, Le Baraqu Obama.
4 based on 79 reviews
Customer service was not the best at this restaurant. The salmon Entree was delectable, however the lobster Main course was very disappointing. The lamb was extremely delicious (or so my friends said).Bonjour Demi,Nous vous remercions de vos commentaires. Nous mettons tout en Åuvre afin de vous satisfaire.Cordialement.
3 based on 1622 reviews
We really enjoyed our lunch here in this fishing village. They were very busy, but service was pleasant and efficient. We had fried fish, very fresh and perfectly cooked, and the cuttlefish stew, also very good. The mojito was excellent. We look forward to going back.
4 based on 56 reviews
Ãa a dÃ» fermer Ã lâautomne, les sargasses ont eut raison de ce bon restaurant, câest dommage mais les odeurs sont insupportables !Que fait la commune de Sainte Anne ?
4 based on 557 reviews
On the beach of big grapes, feet in the fine sand, well installed in a deckchair in front of the Caribbean Sea, sip a delicious cocktail concocted with care by our bartenders. After this relaxing break, we invite you to sit down and enjoy a homemade Creol
Right on the beach, this was another solid restaurant and we were able to book a reservation the same day. Some of us preferred the meals here to Case Coco, while others preferred the meals at Case Coco. Bottles of water were more reasonably priced than at Case Coco. Those who tried the crispy goat cheese salad here were particularly happy. We preferred the sauces at Case Coco. But the Octopus with lime squeezed on was some of the best Octopus weâve had.
4 based on 71 reviews
Four of us ordered the marlin fish sandwich at 22 euros each. Very disappointing pre-frozen fish patty, just warmed up and put on a so-so bun with a lot of mayo. Even McDonalds does it better.Sorry but we do not have mayonnaise in the fish burger ... Fresh fish not frozen and it's sandwich without cooking and not something to grill ... If your mouth is not sensitive to good food, I advise you to actually go to McDO.It's a pleasure to see you again.
4 based on 246 reviews
went there,as one of the few restaurants open on monday evening.glad we did go,small menu,but adequate with enough choices .My wife had linguine with langoustine,which was excellent.Ask for fish,as they have more than on menu.Cocktails excellent , wines good small selection but fair.Staff French but speak English.We had feeling Americans were served larger portions than Europeans.Would go back anytime.
This is such a lovely quiet spot to enjoy oyster and wine with your significant other. Thank you to the gentleman and lady, I think they are the owners, who helped us navigate through the menu written in French. A must visit when in Le Marin.
4 based on 262 reviews
We ate here for lunch the last day we were in Ste. Anne. It was the best meal that we had and were sorry we weren't able to come back. Most places have a decent main meat/fish component but the appetizers, side dishes, etc. are mediocre. Not at this place. They brought bread with a bit of a fishy, delicious butter soon after we sad down. The avocado/shrimp salad was also delicious. I had the shrimp in coconut sauce and they were large and fresh. The prices here are not higher than the other places we went to in downtown Ste. Anne; actually that is one of the things we found a bit odd in Martinique, prices didn't seem to vary much from restaurant to restaurant. The service was very friendly and helpful even when we told her that we (by that I mean my boyfriend) had forgot to bring enough money so we had to keep everything under the 40 euros I brought with me.
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