Guadeloupe Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by shohman
  • Restaurants
    by shohman
  • Restaurants
    by shohman

Guadeloupe Restaurants

  • Tourment d’Amour

    When you are visiting Guadeloupe, you'll probably pay a visit to the islands of Les Saintes; this is Gwada's number one tourist-destination. And when you are on Les Saintes, you simply cannot miss the Tourments d’Amour that are sold there. This is the local specialty and the islands basically are the only place when you can get them.These...

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  • Crêpes Salées

    Back home I was never a big fan of pancakes. With the syrup and the sugar I thought they were just too sweet. On Guadeloupe however I became a huge fan of pancakes: not the sweet ones but the salty ones: "Crêpes Salées".A Crêpe Salée is a pancake that is baked without sugar, and that is stuffed with things like cheese, ham and mushrooms. The full...

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  • Sorbet de Coco

    At almost every beach on Guadeloupe you will find them: women with a wooden barrel making "Sorbet de Coco". This is a sort of very soft icecream that is a typical treat for sunbathers that are looking for a refreshment.The sorbet is made of milk, condensed milk, coconutmilk and flavours like vanilla, cinnamon, almond and -like everything on the...

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  • Bokit

    Bokit is a very typical sort of fastfood you find on Guadeloupe. You can find bokits in small snackbars and in stalls at the beachsides. It's real fastfood: it's fatty, it's filling, it's very tasty and it's cheap: for a bokit you pay between € 2,- and € 2,50.The base of a bokit is the bread. It looks like a pita-bread, but it tastes completely...

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  • Agoulou

    Agoulou: yum yum! My favourite fastfood on Guadeloupe! It is the local version of a hamburger, and it's so much better then a Big Mac! Agoulou's can be bought in some snackbars and often in small vans and stalls on or near beaches. The king of the agoulou's is the "Agoulou Complet". This hamburger is made of a special kind of fatty bread, a big...

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  • Carib ou Corsaire

    Although I think that on Guadeloupe RHUM is the thing to drink when you're going out, there are actually people who don't. There is this thing called "beer" that is drunk quite a lot as well. On Gwada you'll normally find four different types of beer: the Dutch brand Heineken, the Belgian Stella Artois, and the Caribbean beers Carib and Corsaire....

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  • Accra's

    The most popular "entrée" on Guadeloupe is a dish of delicious fritters that are called "Accra's". They find they origin in West-Africa, but are especially popular all over the West Indies. They look a bit like donut-balls, but the taste is not sweet but salty, often flavoured with fish.To make these Accra's you need baking powder, flour and eggs...

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  • Fricassée de Chatrou

    A dish that is almost just as good as the delicious Fricassée de Lambi, is the Fricassée de Chatrou. Basically the sauce that is served with this dish is pretty much the same: a tasty spiced tomato-based sauce with onions, carrots and lots of different spices and herbs.This is also served with white rice (with brown beans if you're lucky) and often...

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  • Filet de Requin

    During my visit to the islands of Les Saintes I tried an animal that I wanted to taste for a long time already: shark! In a small restaurant at the church-square of Terre-de-Haut I had the so called "Filet de Requin". The meat of this shark was (as expected) a lot like normal fish, but a little bit more chewy and more salty. But together with the...

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  • Punches

    Guadeloupe is rhum-island. Rhum is used in lots of different drinks and a local specialty are the many different kinds of punches that are made with it. A punch is a pre-mixed cocktail that is flavoured with everything that can possibly bring flavour to the drink. And always you'll find at least 15% to 20% of alcohol in the punches.Punches can be...

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  • Fricassée de Lambi

    Fricassée de Lambi: absolutely the best meal I had during my three months on Guadeloupe. Unfortunately it's not available all your long, and it's pretty expensive as well: all due to its main-ingredient: the Lambi. This is a sort of snail/shell that can only be caught in specific period of the year. The shells are sold as a souvenir, and the meat...

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  • Colombo de Poulet

    A very special meal that you really should try when you are on Guadeloupe is the so called Colombo de Poulet. The local people are very proud of this specialty and you'll find it in every restaurant on the island."Colombo" is a dish that is a mixture between the Caribbean-Creole cuisine and the Indian cuisine. Because there are a lot of Indian...

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  • Fruit juice

    One of the specialties of Guadeloupe are its fresh fruits. Because of its perfect climate, fruits tastes magnificent here, and therefore they are great to make tasty juices of as well. Unfortunately you don't see real fresh fruit juice that often: most of the time it is fruit juice from a bottle (also called local because it is bottled on the...

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  • Planteur

    Another typical drink that you can get on Guadeloupe is the delicious Planteur. When you're flying to the island with Air France or Air Caraïbes you can already try it in the airplane, but this pre-mixed version is nothing compared to the real thing!The real thing is a fruity cocktail with rhum, orange juice, guava juice and passionfruit juice....

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  • Ti-Punch

    Ti-Punch: you simply cannot say you've been to Guadeloupe without having drunk at least one Ti-Punch. This "small-punch" is the most famous traditional drink of the island, and is very popular.The Ti-Punch tradition is a difficult one. There are at least 5 typical moments on which you can drink them, there are several recipes, and every different...

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  • Introduction

    Because it is impossible to make a list of all the places where I've eaten or drunk something during by stay on the island, I thought it might be interesting to just make a list of special, popular or traditional dishes, fast food or drinks you'll find on Guadeloupe.In this "restaurant-chapter" you'll find a lot of local food and drinks that make...

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  • Indian Food

    If there remains a place not to miss when it is about Indian restoration in Guadeloupe, it is indeed the Door of the Indies which is located at Saint-François. Felted environment and traditionally guadeloupean for one of the most beautiful restaurants Indian of the area. The dishes are learnedly cooked by an excellent local indian chief. To taste...

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  • La table du poisson Rouge

    It's the restaurant of the "Habitation Tendayou"The restaurant is largely opened on the sight over Deshaies aand the bay...Birds are every where and fly and eat in plates...Crazy.The director is also a fisherman and the kitchen is done by his wife...It's very good and tasty. For aperitve you can drink-each one serve himself- a"planteur" or...

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  • fresh seafood

    if you pass at "port Louis" town at lunch time and fancy some local fresh seafood then it s the place to go. There is not much choice on the menu, it all depends on what the fisherman brought back that day. No fancy plates or decoration but you are sure to have some very good fresh seafood. seafoods

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  • Guadeloupe Cuisine

    Try:Matoutou de crabes--crabs sauteed with onions, garlic and lemon juiceCrabe aux ti bananes vertes--boiled crabs and green bananasLambi--conchBlaff--stewed fish with lemon or lime, garlic and hot red pepperCalalou--stew containing ham, bacon, or crabTi nin lan morue--green bananas, cod, sweet potatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, and bits of pork

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  • Restaurant Pipirite

    in the heart of the tropical forest with more than 350 species of plants typical creole cuisine: calalou, colombo de poulet, colombo de cabri à l'indienne, tarte aux ouassous, chatrou, ti nain, ...

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  • Chez Joselyne

    typical creole cuisine: boudins aux fruits de mer, crabes farcis, rillettes de poisson, colombo de poisson, colombo de poulet, colombo de cabri, bananes flambées au rhum, ...

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  • Casino Caraibe Club

    Since the cost of life is very high in Guadeloupe, it's hard to find a meal at less than 100F. The casino offers buffets every wednesday, friday and saturday at 70F and we jumped on the occasion! Local appitizers and international cuisine (we had choucroute). The setting was very great on terrace on the roof. (I'd like to thank Luc and Claire for...

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  • BEETLE_VERTE's Restaurant Tip

    I can't insit enough. Creole cuisine is exquisite. Often very spicy, but nothing a little rum wont cure, you can also find some things not too hot.Accras, fishes, fruits, veggies. And always always a Ti-punch or a Planteur!

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  • Au Naturel

    Friendly and animated! The owner will come and chat with you a bit or sing and dance with her daughter. It feels like she invited you home for a beach party! A great view over the ocean. Beautiful setting with birds (she feeds the sucriers, small yellow birds, with sugar three times a day and it's amazing to see them coming; there are hundreds of...

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  • Eden Plage on the beach at St....

    Eden Plage on the beach at St. AnneThere is live music almost every night and a broad range of recorded music otherwise. One night a (very good) saxaphonist came in and accompanied the recorded music. Part of the restaurant is inside (with a pool table & bar) but most of it is a series of covered wooden decks joined by wooden plank walkways and...

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  • La Chaloupe

    La Chaloupe is a partially open, partially walled restaurant offering fine French and Creole cuisine. Only the bar seating has a view of the marina but it is pleasant enough so you don't mind. The menus are in French only. The waitstaff do not speak English although they try very hard to communicate. The manager did speak some English and was able...

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  • fabrice's Restaurant Tip

    in tropical countries,I always enjoy eating all kinds of tropical fruits which are extremely expensive in europe:mangoes,papayas,watermelons,goyavas

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