Lovely outdoors seating under several wooden pavilions in a well kept garden with view of the sea and harbor. Pleasant, relaxing setting for a nice lunch or dinner.
The service was prompt and the fish was served with rice, fried plantains, sweet potato, salad and if you wanted some nice hot pepper sauce.
Favorite Dish: The fish was fresh nicely flavored.
Petite Martinique is mainly a sea faring community. In fact, I met an 86 year old resident who was a captain on a cargo ship sailing around the islands and even to my homeland Guyana.
During the 2nd World War he was stationed in Trinidad.
I would have liked to stick around and listen to his stories of his adventurous life.
There is one church, one school (elementary), one bank, a post office, a health centre, gas station, a few grocery stores and good telephone and electricity service all in close proximity to the main pier.
Fondest memory: Reachable only by boat it is an exciting experience traveling from Carriacou with a lovely view of the coastline to Petite Martinique.