In Martiniques, fish is king. You will find
red snapper, kingfish, sunfish, soudons-- (small clams)
z'habitants or cribiches-- (fresh water crayfish)
langouste-- (clawless Caribbean lobster).
A nice and good value restaurant, with discovery menus (mine was 12 or 14 euros and was excellent).
You eat on a terrace facing the sea, it is a bit old-fashion but you will appreciate the atmosphere
Open 7/7 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Favorite Dish: Colombo de Cabri (goat meat). In Europe you do not eat often goat, so go and east some here. The mix between spices, cabri and vegies is tasty :)
Le Point de Vue (local creole food)
Service hours : open for lunch from 12:00 AM to 3:00 PM - Open for sunday lunch
Different menus are proposed (as well as a la carte) from 12 to 18 euros, with for exemple Accras and crudites, colombo of chicken, fish, home-made ice creams.
20 meters from the beach of l'Anse Charpentier, very visited by surfers.
You are facing the Ocean, and in the nature on an ancient Caribbean site.
Accept Visa, American Express and Mastercard.
Favorite Dish: Fricassée de Chatrou (made with a kind of octopussy)(if they have it the day you go, do not hesitate if you like seefood to try this recipe, it is fantastic)
Interestingly Kentucky Fried Chicken and MacDonald are there. Those are the ones I saw. So I settled for dinner at MacDonald's.
Regualr MacDonald's style - except no English
Favorite Dish: Poulet ___(I cant remember)- a chicken salad
I mostly ate at Club Med because I was on a package deal. However, I did take one really nice excursion which included a stop at a plantation for lunch; I believe its name was Leyritz on the northern tip of the island.
In Fort-de-France the streets are lined with little restaurants and shops. Any of the restaurants are good, they serve fresh French pastries which are nice at anytime of the day. Being the island is very European the foods are rich and fufilling.
And of course if you aren't that daring or just want something familiar McDonald's and other fast food restaurants are found though out the island.
As with every country I have been to, there is so much good food. In the day time, you get some snacks at the Fruit and Vegetable Market in Fort-de-France. If you haven't tried breadfruit, this is the perfect opportunity. The best food on Martinique is French creole style seafood dishes. Above all else, you MUST indulge in the amazingly fresh seafood available here: fresh water crayfish (cribiches), conch (lambi), sea urchin eggs (oursin) and Caribbean lobster (langouste). There are plenty of great restaurants and cafes.
Situated at the top of the town, very nice Dining room over the town, very good dishes, and wines.
Favorite Dish: The "feroce d'avocat" and the accras were the best we eat...for this day.