With over 200 restaurants and a rich culinary heritage, the Guadeloupe Island is a premier dining destination.
Our chefs are creatively inspired by the fresh and flavorful ingredients to deliver a unique gourmet experience.
The Guadeloupe Islands are packed with specialities sold by food trucks to delight your taste buds. Start with our traditional hand-mixed coconut sorbet and finish with our famous « bokit »- a deep fried naan like bread stuffed with meat, vegetables or meat.
Le Poisson Rouge ``Red Fish``
The red fish is the symbol of this home and the name of the gastronomic restaurant of Tendacayou but also of Guadeloupe.
Sylvie, mistress of the house as well as being a cordon-bleu, created 13 years ago this restaurant who has become along the years THE reference in gastromic cooking.
Her credo : simplicity, numerous flavours, freshness
Her success : Knowledge and creativity
Her tools : Combining fresh, local,seasonal and very often biological products to her large range of revisited classic cooking.
Handing over, little by little her kitchen to young talents she has now given the lead to the new chef !
For booking : +590 590 28 42 72 or email@example.com
Tendacayou Ecolodge & SPA
Do not missing a good lunch at Resto Evelyne! Homemade dishes prepared for over 30 years by Evelyne Maurin! A place to be at Carenage, Pointe-à-Pitre. Booking is recommended. Service from 12:30. The atmosphere is warmly and typically local.
Le Marche des Iles - Chez Sylvie
La Touna Restaurant
This super friendly, stylish place on the seafront has a sumptuous Creole menu with a French twist and specializes in fresh seafood (there’s a lobster tank here where you can choose your dinner). The terrace has great views toward Pigeon Island and is a lovely cool place to round off your meal with a ti-punch to the sound of the waves.
Housed in a charming old colonial house painted in white and red, this restaurant brings a dash of welcome Levantine relief to the ubiquitous Creole menus elsewhere in town. The excellent mezze plate for two (€24) is the obvious choice for any first-time guest here, and orders for collection are also possible.
The orchidea is a gastronomic restaurant looking over the Golf course in St François.
The room (a covered terrasse really) is small and intimate (only 25 people can eat there at any given time), and very tastefully decorated. The chef Arnaud Bloquel passed more than twelve years close to famous chefs like Chrisitan Constant, Cyril Lignac and Jean-François Bréard. He gathered around him Mylène Durand, Assistant Chef and Vincent Burnet, Dining Hall Manager, two great professionals who by their expertise will make this experience unforgettable.
Jardin Botanique Restaurant
The restaurant of the exceptional Botanical Garden of Deshaies offers a unique experience. Overhanging an amazing waterfall, this restaurant will make you discover various Creole dishes. Take a walk among the beautiful tropical plants, and treat yourself with a grilled fish or with a traditional Colombo!
Jardin Botanique Restaurant
Auberge de la Vieille Tour
Le Reflet de l’Île
Discover the cuisine of Marie Galante at Reflet de l’Ile ! This restaurant offers various fresh products in a subtle environment, bon appétit!
3, rue marine
Located on the road to La Pointe des Châteaux, this restaurant faces the Saint François lagoon and the Anse Mancenillier beach, it invites you to a pleasant swim into the ocean! Colombo offers a selection of Creole cuisine and its specialty is the lobster! Bring your family and enjoy a unique moment in this warm and welcoming setting!
Section la Coulée D 118
Au Bon Vivre
Passionate about the cuisine of Southwestern France, Vincent Malbec, the chef, combines products from the Caribbean with products from the Toulouse region in France. The restaurant is located in Terre de Haut, Les Saintes, on the Fort Napoleon road. The interior court yard and the open air terrace are very welcoming, you will enjoy tasting a Planter’s punch or a mojito in this amazing cut stone décor! On the menu: fish tartar, octopus stew in a wine sauce, grilled duck’s breast…
Au Bon Vivre
30 Rue Jean Calot
Top Local located in Sainte Anne (near the colorful market), offers small Creole dishes. The cuisine of the chef is very creative, his specialty is the conch grilled in a Raisin tree leaf! Quantities are limited, this dish is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Beach front promenade