Although the name may sound like a local eatery, it's actually quite a civilized setting with cuisine rafinee. Sip an aperitif while listening to the mesmerizing music and admiring the view from the lounge decorated with African art. Chef Jean-Paul Mahler has been the recipient of a number of culinary awards. He is continually outdoing himself, as the à la carte menu becomes more inventive, with additions like foie gras served with with vanilla bourbon, red pepper jam,
and prunes in an orange sauce. An amuse-bouche arrives before the outstanding appetizers. Finish with a trio of desserts, which might feature gingerbread ice cream. Lunch is served outdoors on the terrace and has a simpler, less pricey menu, and includes some salads, even one with smoked chicken.
Anse L'Etang, La Trinité, 97220, Martinique
Jan 25, 2006
the service was excelent, the atmosphere very warm and all the plates we had were unbelievable. Don't miss it!!!!