Guadeloupe Restaurants


Iguane Café

Iguane Café Review

Iguanas are indeed the theme here, and you can still spy them in unexpected places—but their numbers have diminished and the room now has a clean, contemporary appeal, just like the china and glassware. The salon seating for cocktails has a homey feel, with basket-weave rattan furniture and hot-pink accent pillows. Unquestionably original cuisine with Asian, Indian, Creole, and African influences is chef Sylvain Serouart's trademark. Two amuse-bouches will arrive, and there is usually a wonderful foie-gras appetizer. Another good beginning is the duo of marlin, a tartare and a mousse. The menu is always evolving. Desserts are little contemporary marvels. This is a pricey place, but recently it's become a bit more egalitarian, now allowing guests to compose their own three-course prix-fixe.(The prix fixe is 45.50 euros)

    Contact Information

  • Address: Rte. de La Pointe des Châteaux, ½ mile (¾ km) from airport, St-François, Grande-Terre, 97118 | Map It
  • Phone: 0590/88–61–37
  • Website:
  • Location: Grande-Terre

    Restaurant Details

  • Closed Tues. No lunch Mon.–Sat.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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