With soaring views through steep forested hills down to a turquoise slice of Anse Royale, this quaint, open-air restaurant serves very good Creole fare. Delicious salads of papaya, golden apple, and mango accompany perfectly grilled fish, subtly spiced curries, and fragrant basmati rice. Crepes, sandwiches, a few vegetarian options, and the homemade ice creams are also great. Come on Sunday from noon to 3 for the Lunch Planteur, a Creole feast that includes all the salads,
chutneys, and extras you might expect at a huge family potluck with the home-style cooking to match for Rs325. Reservations essential in season.