This is often the place of choice for celebrities visiting the island. The menu changes often and is composed with Caribbean and French flair; the chefs are inventive but draw from a solid technique. All the dishes have a distinctive flavor, beginning with such appetizers as conch fritters or coconut shrimp with mango chutney. Main dishes include the award-winning barbecue pork ribs that take 120 hours -- from the marinade to the cooking -- to prepare. We've also enjoyed their exotic pork platter, with espresso-and-cinnamon-encrusted pork medallions covered with a passion fruit demi-glace. The blackened seafood linguine, another winner, comes with mahimahi, jumbo sea scallops, New Zealand mussels, and shrimp, bathed in a Cajun cream sauce.
Live entertainment is often featured, which you can enjoy while taking in harbor views. The setting is relatively simple but still elegant, with tables resting under African mahogany vaulted ceilings. Original artwork hangs on the white walls.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010