This institution has served up a blend of creole and French food since 1969 but now has new owners and a fresh paint job. The whole place is built tree-house style around the trunks of coconut palms, and the lofty perch results in great views of Marigot Harbor. The dinner buffet on Wednesday and Saturday nights is an island tradition. It comprises more than 30 dishes, often including conch soup, grilled lobster, roast leg of lamb, black Angus roast beef, and roast pig. Prix-fixe menus are something of a bargain, and there's live dance music on Fridays.
49 bd. de France, Marigot, 97150, St. Martin