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A place where you will feel welcome from the start. Excellent live music at some nights, mainly Thursdays and Sundays after 8pm. Opposite the Culture center in Grand Case (The old Salt Mill), colorful orange/red Creole-style cottage. Exquisite French cuisine, yet in a casual, laid-back setting with a veranda overlooking the beach. A trendy place in Grand Case attracting a younger crowd. Specialties: sea scallops with mango, homemade Porto foie gras, grilled snapper in vanilla sauce, lobster Antillean style. Le Soleil (the sun) with its tag line "Our business is to let you have fun!
A great little French/Creole restaurant bistro located in the heart of Marigot. Open air bakery and restaurant, self service, budget priced meals.French chef with merits from star restaurants in France and sous chef winner of various competitions. We understand that many US visitors look for places with 1:1 exchange rates. Fine specialties, such as duck pie with wild mushrooms, or the Risotto of sea scallops and shrimps. A swimming pool next to the restaurant is open to patrons of Le Planteur for a refreshing swim. Either as take-away, or delivered to your home in the Oyster Pond area. Note, the al fresco sitting area is only good on nights without wind and rain, as the restaurant area has no cover nor umbrellas to protect from rain and wind!Open from 4.00pm for cocktails, from 6.00 pm for dinner. Please, be realistic, nobody can give away 25% or 50% just because you pay in US-Dollars. Good place to take children with (pedestrian zone). Closed on Mondays in low seasonriendly little pizza & pasta place on the market square at Orient Village. Great place to take the kids out for a pizza or pasta night at reasonable prices. Unique restaurant on the island, sitting right on the border of the French and Dutch part of the island. A quiet spot to enjoy lunch or dinner within a Caribbean colorful setting and panoramic views. At the Forest Café, surrounded by lush green vegetation, you’ll feast your eyes and stomach on culinary creations, prettily decorated with tropical flowers.Let hosts Bruno and Stephane (le sommelier) spoil you for a night in this quaint place with great French cuisine. These Lolo's are casual open air, BBQ eateries run by locals. The Lolo's don't look fancy, but you'll enjoy the food, and you won't leave hungry, for sure! Open 7/7 for lunch and dinner."At the end of the world", what the French name says, does not apply to this place just next door to Zen it! The streetside trattoria, bar and tapas place offers inside and street seating. 0690 22 41 42 97 rue de cul de sac (on the road to Anse Marcel and Pinel ferry) Open except Monday for lunch and dinner. Although the restaurant conveys a romantic setting, unfortunately no nice view and sometimes the smell from the lagoon waters in front of the place. Although the restaurant claims to be open daily from am until am, we experienced the restaurant being often closed.Setting of the picnic tables is around the BBQ grills with the catch of the day, fresh fish, lobsters, gambas, and ribs, chicken etc. Opened in 2013 at the very appealing seaside location of the former 'Le Shore' restaurant. Former owners & chef of La Villa Pizza in Cul de Sac (completely destroyed from hurricane Irma) relocated here. Dinners: traditional French cuisine, but also pizzas (takeaway from 6 pm to 10 pm), homemade deserts. Basic French restaurant with nice seating in an old cottage-style building with open sides at Mont Vernon road. Lunch time specials at excellent value for 10 and 14 Euros. Despite the high ratings elsewhere, the editor would select other fine dining places, e.g. The beachside bar "Paradise Beach Bar" is a very appealing place and it is open during daytime, serving drinks, snacks and meal 'a la carte'. Presently, the Euro represents a higher value than the US-$. Ample choice in fresh, genuine, crusty, great Italian pizzas, freshly hand-spun from Chef Jean. You can sit comfortably and enjoy the nice view of Oyster Pond and the star gazing!
It is about to reopen in 2017 after some restoration. They offer a great variety of food, pizzas, and pastries. Authentic Creole and local dishes, international grill, seafood specialties. Large open air terrace on the waterfront overlooking the bridge of Sandy Ground and the channel between the lagoon and sea. Somewhat hidden on the beach at Laguna Beach hotel.