Best restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

  • Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

    Restaurant Fairouz

    In a charming colonial house painted white and red, this restaurant provides a dash of Levantine relief from the ubiquitous Creole menus elsewhere in town. The excellent meze plate for two is the obvious choice for any first-time guest. Orders for collection are also possible.

  • Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

    Le Yacht Club

    Waterside Le Yacht Club is by far the smartest place to eat in the center of town. It serves up refined French cooking from a daily changing menu in a pleasant semi-open-air dining room with fashionable decor. There's a popular barbecue at Sunday lunchtime.

  • Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

    Chez Dolmare

    You'll find the best seafood in town here, and it's no wonder – this unpretentious place is located at the small fishing harbor of Lauricisque, northwest of Pointe-à-Pitre's center. The menu is limited to a couple of daily specials, but they’re well prepared and relatively good value for expensive Guadeloupe. Service can be both indifferent and slow, however, so plan accordingly.

  • Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

    Bella Vita

    With its ancient booths and Formica tables, this old-timer looks as though it used to be a sandwich shop. However, the people who work here are warm and welcoming, and it's one of the few reliable places to eat in Pointe-à-Pitre after dark. As well as the good pizzas, there are salads, burgers, grilled meat and sandwiches on the menu.

  • Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

    Café de France

    This friendly bakery has a street terrace where you can observe the colorful goings-on of Place de la Victoire. Opening early and serving decent coffee, croissants and other freshly made pastries, it mainly serves as a breakfast spot for those who've stayed the night in Pointe-à-Pitre. It also does good made-to-order sandwiches.

  • Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre

    New Shalimar

    This place certainly doesn’t look like much at first – but don’t be fooled by the lackluster outdoor dining: the Indian food here is good and the premises at the base of the Hôtel Saint-John Perse are central, if rather 1970s.