Discover the best restaurant in Le Morne-Rouge, Martinique including Auberge de la Montagne Pelee, Restaurant 1643, Beach Grill, La Chaudiere, L'Alsace a Kay, Chez Malou, Le Bambou, Che Rosario, Le Refuge de l'Aileron, Cercle de Saint Pierre
3.5 based on 37 reviews
We ate there for dinner (had to reserved at least in the morning) since we were in one of their bungalows. Food was good with a dinner price tag. Not too much choice. We tried the "crab gratin", the cabri and the viveron (a fish). Green beans side were from cans, french fries were frozen (which we were totally fine with that since there is a pesticide running in the soil of Martinique and we avoided eating all root vegetables). The cabri was probably the best dish.
4.5 based on 373 reviews
The Restaurant is located at 1643 Carbet, a small village at the edge of the sea. It is one of the oldest houses on the island of Martinique, in a large park in the shade of trees. Christine, the owner, and Karine welcome you in a warm and cheerful atmosphere. Our Chefs are you a young and creative kitchen, cuisine with Creole accents and flavors. The 1643 Restaurant offers a shaded Terrace, covered, ventilated, facing the garden, for lunch or traditional dinner with family, friends, head-to-head. Flowers, colorful tablecloths and table runners are the restaurant's decor. In the evening a more intimate and romantic atmosphere is offered, with candles on the tables. The framework encourages relaxation and take time to savor the tasty dishes proposed by Alain. The service is fast and professional. The restaurant has a capacity of 40 seats. L'anse Latouche is 100 meters. A pleasant beach that you can go enjoy the turquoise Caribbean Sea, to whet your appetite.
Adjacent to the Zoo de la Martinique is restaurant 1643 (so called because it's the date of the original construction of the Habitation Latouche which has now become the zoo).
The menu and drinks list are on individual small tablet computers, which is fun to peruse.
The food looks good, but we were disappointed when it came to eating: two of the starters were not as hot as they should have been, two others were rather bland and lacking in seasoning. In the mains, a skewer of meat which should have been “medium” was somewhat under-cooked. The desserts were delicious.
The bill for 4 people came to €237 including 4 cocktails but no wine or coffees, which we thought was rather steep for what it was.
4.5 based on 477 reviews
The Beach Grill was recommended by our Air BnB hostess, along with the advice to get an advanced reservation, which we failed to do, because we could not figure out how to make a call!! Regardless, we headed down to the beach hoping to catch the sunset over dinner and were surprised to find no restaurants open before 7:00pm. Forced to bide our time, we grabbed a couple beers from cool outdoor beach couches at the little bar next to the Beach Grill. When life appeared at the Beach Grill, I ran over and asked if we could get a reservation at 7:30pm which they gladly accommodated. They even had a waitress who spoke excellent English help us navigate the mostly seafoood menu. She made some excellent recommendations, such as the appetizer or little fried local fish. Overall, it was a nice local experience.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
Stopped by for lunch on a sunday. First guest, but the restaurant filled upp quickly. Had live music and people danced ate and danced again. Very nice and genuine feeling.
We had crevettes creole, todays catch and entrecote. All of us very pleased with our dishes. Home made sorbet, made with fresh fruit from the garden, was outstanding. Would have gone back if we had stayed in the area
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Alsatian food in St. Pierre, Martinique. We both had the chicken special which was excellent and inexpensive. Our host is multi-lingual (French, German, and English). He works hard to make sure all his guests are satisfied. Comfortable space on second floor across from harbor.
4 based on 71 reviews
Under the freshness of the North mountain the "Mont Pelé", this familly restaurant délivers some real local food. Most of the fruits and vegatables are from the region. You can find fish,pork, chicken, shrimp, veggie......
4 based on 289 reviews
Spent the morning doing the tough hike up Mount Pelée so we were starving by the time lunchtime came around! Our first choice was La Chaudière, but it was closed, but my husband's colleague, who visits the island regularly, told us we should try this place. Most of our party opted for the €22 lunch menu. The food was pretty good - although we couldn't taste the coconut in the "coconut accras." Loved their texture though and they weren't too oily, which is often the case. The open airy setting was very pleasant, there was a mix of locals and tourists (two members of our party were locals) and the cocktails were served with a generous dose of rum! It was a long leisurely lunch, and much deserved after our mountain climbing adventure!
4 based on 9 reviews
Nous nous y sommes arrêtés en milieu de matinée pour prendre un café et une part d'Amour Caché (gateau créole). La jeune femme qui servait été très agréable. Et quelle vue sur la Montagne Pelée !!!
4 based on 37 reviews
The highest restaurant of the Martinique's Island will welcoming you for breackfast or lunch before or after your jump of the Pelée Mountain. You could see if the weather is good a beautiful and famous vue of all Martinique.
Views are stunning, food that of a cafe but well done very tasting and produced at great speed. Staff very friendly and helpful. Right next to the parking for the walk up L'Aileron to the top of the mountain. A biere has rarely tasted this good.
5 based on 67 reviews
Excellent ice cream. Highly recommend for other food items as well. Diner-like atmosphere, clean, updated, modern. Owner is nice. They have wifi.
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