This bistro/cafe is one of the best dining choices on the island. Owners Marie Laure and Sylvan Serourt serve their creative cuisine at a point on the road connecting St.-François with Pointe des Châteaux. The restaurant has a colorful West Indian decor, an open-air kitchen, and English-language menus. Don't come here in a rush, as food is cooked to order and the service is, well, relaxed. Mellow out at the bar, with its selection of nearly two dozen rum punches, including one flavored with cinnamon. A novelty drink comes from a large jar of rum with several hibiscus flowers floating inside. On the creative and varied menu, begin with a delectable sheep's cheese appetizer, battered in a crust with zesty Creole spices. You might also opt for the goose-liver pâté or a napoleon of sweet breads and lobster. We always gravitate to the fresh fish of the day, perhaps snapper, aromatically cooked in a puff pastry, or John Dory with Indian spices.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010
- tel: 590/88-61-37
- Route de la Pointe des Châteaux
- St. François
- Wed-Mon 7:30-10:30pm; Sun 12:30-2:30pm
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