Top Choice Creole in St-Denis

Le Reflet des Îles

This much-lauded eatery is the best place in St-Denis to try authentic Creole food by dipping into one of 15 cracking carris (curries) and civets (stews). There are also Western-style fish and meat dishes on offer i…
Top Choice International in St-Denis

Le 144

A surprisingly hip restaurant inside a Creole house complete with trendy, colourful interior, this cool culinary outpost is one of the most atmospheric spots in St-Denis and serves European-inspired dishes with a tw…
Top Choice Fusion in St-Denis

La Fabrique

Innovative cuisine reigns supreme under the stewardship of young chef Jehan Colson. With its intimate dining room, small terrace, industrial-chic decor and delicious cuisine, La Fabrique has honed the art of dining …
Fusion in St-Denis

L'Atelier de Ben

A true alchemist, the French chef Benoît Vantaux has got the magic formula right, fusing French with Creole and Asian to create stunning cuisine, perfectly matched with French tipples. Exquisite executions extend to…
Desserts in St-Denis

Le Massalé

This teeny outlet tempts you with its colourful array of Indian snacks and sweets to eat in or take away. Perennial favourites include samosas, candy-pink or apple-green barfi (a milk-based sweet) as well as gulab (…
Brasserie in St-Denis

Le Roland Garros

This St-Denis institution has the feel of a true Parisian bistro – packed, buzzing and full of attitude. It offers brasserie food that you wouldn't cross town for, but the menu covers enough territory to suit most p…
Ice Cream in St-Denis


Generous scoops and about 30 flavours are the trademarks of this drool-inducing ice-cream parlour in the heart of St-Denis. Take your mind off the somewhat tacky white-and-blue Antarctica murals by trying the Banana…
Indian in St-Denis

Le Caudan

Tasty Indo-Mauritian snacks and ready-made meals are the order of the day at this under-the-radar neighbourhood venture set in a small Creole house. The homemade biryani is the speciality here. A glass of alouda (sw…
French in St-Denis

L'Arto Carpe

Tucked in a pedestrianised alley behind the cathedral, this zinging restaurant built in a restored stone structure is a good choice if you're tired of heavy Creole classics. The concise menu involves seasonal, fresh…
Vietnamese in St-Denis

Kim Son

A St-Denis classic, Kim Son has been dishing up wholesome Vietnamese cuisine for more than 20 years. Musts include Vietnamese salad and spring rolls.