This hillside restaurant in Lurin, is without any doubt the island’s highest restaurant and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Expect a welcoming, laidback vibe, consistently flavorful classic French and Creole fare (such as escargot in garlic and parsley butter and spicy ocean hot pot). Request a table on the gorgeous terrace with uninterrupted views down to the sea. Dinner is arguably more romantic, however lunchtime serves up the best of the views.
Romantic dinners, dining with views
Homemade gnocchi with truffle sauce; escargot in garlic and parsley butter; spicy ocean hot pot and fresh lobster right from the tank.