Bakery in Jérémie

Konparet Madam Senec

The konparet (ginger buns) at this hole-in-the-wall store are luscious and unrivaled, made with Olivia Senec's decades-old recipe of sugar, coconut, cinnamon, ginger, flour, sweet banana and butter. She’s been at it…
Health Food in Jérémie


Whatever’s fresh ends up on your plate at this cute little restaurant along the way to Plage Anse and Jérémie’s airport, with favorites including fish, beef and herby tasting goat. Natural fruit juices with energy b…
Seafood in Port Salut

Chez Kaliko

Joe, the owner of this beachfront shack in Port Salut, doesn’t know his business' opening hours, and doesn’t seem aware of time in general. But if you’ve got several hours to spare and are a fan of fresh octopus, co…
Bistro in Les Cayes

Bistro Gourmand

This indoor-outdoor bar is a hit with the NGO crowd that passes through Les Cayes on the way to help out to the north in Jérémie. Salads and pizzas are big sellers, and the bar gets super packed in the evenings. Gre…
Creole in Les Cayes

La Cayenne

With its walls decked out in bright murals, La Cayenne is a trusty restaurant serving big platters of chicken, griyo (pork) or kabrit (goat), fries, plantains and rice, plus fast-food options. There’s a good plat du…
Creole in Jérémie

Chez Patou

A great place to fill up, this airy red-and-white building has a decent range of sandwiches and burgers, along with hearty servings of Creole standards, spaghetti and ice cream. The hurricane blew off the roof and t…
International in Port Salut

Sunset Cove Restaurant

This restaurant opened recently amid the wreckage of an old hotel called Dan's Creek, once a seafront gem with a hint of gingerbread and lots of promise. The scenery is still pretty bent, but the grilled conch and p…
Creole in Jérémie

Le Boucanier

This typical bar-resto has a wide-ranging Creole menu, but there are usually only one or two dishes available, typically barbecued chicken or griyo (pork) served with plantain and salad.