Fodor's Expert Review Zawag
At this secret hideaway you'll see the churning sea below and hear the waves crashing against the coral rock upon which it sits. The interior architecture is all hardwood with matching furniture and white linen napkins at dinnertime. Primarily a grill, the simplicity is reflected in the food offerings. Kids are particularly fascinated when the lobster net is dipped into the tank and the thrashing begins. The catch of the day is fresh from the waters below, often accompanied by creole or tropical-fruit sauces. Creole dishes and sides that were gently contemporized by a French chef are offered as nightly specials. Presentations are beautifully exotic. And what's a Zawag? Why, that's a tropical fish that swims in the water that guests see through the open shutters.
Pointe de la Verdure
Le Gosier, Grande-Terre 97190, Guadeloupe