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The most eclectic menu in town...
This economical, neon-lit eatery set in a modern house by the main road is worth stopping at for its copious daily dishes (beef or chicken with vegetables, sausage rougail).
Next door to La Médina du Sud (same owner), Le Tagine is a good place to give your tastebuds something new to sing about, with toothsome Moroccan couscous and tajines...
Serves sandwiches and salads.
Cheap Creole staples.
This immutable seafood favourite in the Terre Sainte district gets the thumbs up for its choice of fish dishes.
This outfit gets kudos for its expansive menu that will satisfy even the pickiest eater. Bring an empty tum. Your belly will be more than happy after you've heroically wolfed down a Frisbee-sized pizza.
Offers well-prepared Vietnamese and Chinese fare in rustic surrounds.
The trendiest choice in the centre at the time of writing, K-T Dral is part cafe and part restaurant...
Subdued lighting, elegant furnishings and a smattering of fancy decorative touches, including colourful posters and quirky replicas of cicadas hanging on the walls, provide the perfect setting for a romantic dinner...
It's the decor that's the pull here, blending rustic beams and stone walls with colonial-era elegance.
This upscale eatery prepares delectable French-inspired dishes with a tropical twist served in verdant surrounds. The canard à la mangue (duck in a mango sauce) will certainly win your heart.
North of the centre, this haven of peace is blessed with a lush garden that's a perfect spot for a relaxed feed or tipple...
Fish lovers, you'll find nirvana here: the DCP has a wide assortment of fish delivered daily from the harbour. Order it grilled, à la vapeur (steamed) or raw, accompanied with a curcuma, pineapple or Roquefort sauce.
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