Le Cabanon Créole
La Route du Sel
Not quite a route like the Route du Thé, the 18th-century salt flats along the main road in Tamarin are a popular stopping point for...
Locals like to wax nostalgic about Tamarin Beach, and in many ways this sandy cove still feels like a throwback to earlier times –...
In the 1830s the British built five 'Martello' towers – copies of the tower at Mortella Point in Corsica (vowel order was apparently not...
Set within what looks like an office building, this lively joint is precisely what its name suggests: a Bali copy. There's a chilled-out...
La Bonne Chute
Don't be dissuaded by the petrol-station-adjacent location, La Bonne Chute has built its reputation around its flavourful dishes and...
Lonely Planet review
Friendly service and spicy spins on Creole home cooking make this family-run place a perennial favourite. There's a limited range of daily dishes, such as rougaille saucisses (spicy sausages) and chicken curry; specials, like lobster or whole fresh fish, can be ordered in advance. It's best to reserve in the evenings as there are only a handful of tables. Delivery available.