What is your favorite restaurant? This page lists the reviews submitted to us in the first half of 1998 by travelers to St.Maarten/St.Martin. Our favorites and recently submitted reviews can be found on our other Restaurants-page. You can have your favorite restaurant listed here as well by e-mailing your report to email@example.com.
- Food in St. Martin by Bill and Sue [June 26, 1998]
- "We recently (June 25, 1998) returned from three weeks at St. Martin and found that L'Alabama was absolutely wonderful. The service was great, the escargot out of this world, both of our main meals were exceptional and the prices were reasonable. We would recommend reservations here even on what you would expect to be a slow night. Mention you heard about it on the net and receive free after dinner drinks. Another favorite was Portofino's Italian restaurant and the service and food was super. We'd heard that the Pizza was the best and it was the best we've ever had in our lives.
On the other hand we ate our last meal at the L'escapade and were very disappointed in the service and the food. There was one waiter to serve about 8 tables and he just couldn't handle it. I had the seafood platter at $24.95 which consisted of 1 medium shrimp, 1 mussel, a small piece of fish and 4-5 scallops. When it arrived it was cold and upon complaining, the waiter said it was because the fan was on. Won't go back... We found that Calmos Café which is also in Grand Case was a good lunch spot. Very friendly and the food was good. Pedro's on Orient Beach was one of our favorite lunch spots. Great ribs, chicken and swordfish. They have a live steelband everyday at about 1 P.M.. Another great restaurant on the beach is Bikini Beach Café. We only had lunch there one time but it was more than we could eat and was delicious."
- Gourmet dining on St Martin/St Maarten by Keith and Pat Walters, Sawtry, UK [June 10, 1998]
- "Just returned from a holiday in the French part of St Martin. We can thoroughly endorse the high praise heaped (elsewhere on this web site) on Don Camillo, the small Italian restaurant in Marigot. It does not quite have the view or the setting of other restaurants around the Marina of Port Royale; but it does have REAL air conditioning and NO mosquitoes - so it wins on points. The Maitre D'Hotel is Danish (probably unique in my experience of Italian restaurants around the world) but the Chef de Cuisine is from Sicily. His Pollo Delicato (chicken breast with mozzarella, spinach and bacon) was the finest individual dish served to me in 14 nights on the island. The only weak point (in my book) was that the wine list was short of medium priced reds; there was virtually nothing between Valpolicella/Chianti and vastly expensive reds I had never heard of and could not afford.
We liked the look of the menu (and the setting) of a French restaurant called Le Tastevin at Grand Case. But when we went for a preliminary recce in the form of a light lunch, the owner/manager or whoever greeted us was so surly and rude that we did not even take the lunch; and we crossed it off our list of places to try for evening meals. Il Nettuno, an Italian restaurant overlooking the beach at Grand Case, looked very nice and had an interesting and affordable menu. However, the day we dropped in to book an evening meal it sprouted a notice saying it had just closed for two weeks for annual holiday. We suggest it is worth a visit.
There are lots of small restaurants around the Marina at Port Royale. All tend to have open fronts, overlooking the marina. We were recommended by a local gourmet to try Le Chanticleer for "the best fish dishes in the area". But, on the night we tried (with no reservation) we could not get a table other than indoors, so we tried next door: a French Restaurant called Jean Dupont. Excellent food and attentive service, but a little on the expensive side. Our bill came out at $392 for 6 people, including copious good wine but excluding a tip.
However the real highlights of our dining came from outside caterers. Soon after moving in to our villa, we took a phone call from Rodrigue, a French chef who has won several international awards, and agreed that he would come and cook a meal for us in our villa. We picked the menu from a fascinating set of choices. He prefers everyone in the party to choose the same dishes - mainly because it makes the bill for ingredients more palatable - but is not inflexible if that proves too demanding.
On the appointed day he arrived at 10am and took over the kitchen for the day. He parked a live lobster in the refrigerator (to the considerable surprise of my wife when she went looking for milk for her coffee!) and proceeded to make terrines, sauces, truffles and the like for most of the day. About 6 pm his waiter arrived, made a beautiful flower arrangement for the table and laid up for dinner. They even provide the (porcelain) dinner plates because some villas are equipped with crockery that Rodrigue would not have his food seen on.
At 7pm (a time previously agreed with us) the waiter served aperitifs and appetisers on the pool deck. The aperitifs came from whatever we already had in the bar; the appetisers were produced by Rodrigue. Both the chef and the waiter dressed up for the remainder of the evening - chef in his white jacket and tall hat, waiter in white shirt and black bow tie.
The meal was outstanding and beautifully presented; so much so that we immediately booked the pair for a return visit the following week. The total bill (again including wine provided by them and again without a tip) worked out at $367 for the six people - cheaper than the restaurant above; and that was for the more expensive of the two nights we used them. Rodrigue's cellphone no is 0590 27 49 33.
Another gourmet treat came from an outside caterer called Fabulous Feasts. They delivered a menu (and cookies) to the villa as soon as we moved in. They offer a selection of full menus from $65 per head downwards, and a selection of individual dishes from about $15 upwards. Some are hot dishes and some are cold and all can be delivered to your door ready to eat. We only tried them at a late stage, and then only for a selection of individual dishes rather than full menus; but they were brilliant, and we all wished we had "discovered" them earlier. The "Grilled Caribbean Lobster" and accompaniments ($30) was not only delicious, each portion would probably have fed most of Ethiopia for about a month!"
- Favorites from 13 years ago... by Howie Merrill [May 30, 1998]
- "Keep in mind, my honeymoon was 13 years ago....
We frequented Fandango in Phillipsburg. This Polynesian style restaurant in the heart of Phillipsburg offered good lunch faire at reasonable prices. The atmosphere was simple with bamboo everywhere, parrots on swings, and tropical plants all around. [Sorry, but Fandango is not there anymore, AJ]
We even got to be there during St. Martins only earthquake in the last 100 years! (It was so minor that most people thought that heavy equipment was rolling down Front St!)
The other great restaurant that we enjoyed was David's in Marigo. They served a chicken dish with some oriental soy sause that was unique and incredible! [This restaurant has closed it's doors as well..., AJ]
If you'd like some other recommendation (from 13 years ago), let me know and I'll try to think back to the other great restaurants we visited!"
- Pedro's Restaurant, Orient Bay by Rick Van Weelden [May 28, 1998]
- "Pedro's, I think, is open only for lunch, on the dividing spot between the nude and non-nude sections of Orient Beach. It's so much fun there that we slip on our shorts to have lunch. Many days there is live music from about 12 to 4. It varies. Many cruise ship visitors stop there, as do the people from Club Orient Hotel. It's an outdoor, beachfront place, so you can eat lunch, watch the people, boats, parasailers, water bungee jumpers (yes, it happens!) & the lunchtime "show" at Pedro's. Sometimes the restaurant visitors get very involved in the music, dance, etc. I only order the ribs with peas (really beans) and rice. That's my favorite. We went there 4 times on our last trip. Maybe someday I'll try something else. Maybe not."
- Lee's Lunch, Simpson Bay by Barb Van Weelden [May 27, 1998]
- "On our visit to St. Maarten this spring, we tried Lee's Lunch, as recommmended here. It's next to the bridge, across from Royal Palm Resort. As wew expected, Lee was there, at the grill, cooking what he caught that morning ( on his fishing expeditions.) He also had a little chicken and ribs. We choose a red snapper. $25 for the fish for two, including salads & the ever-present French Bread.
This patio restaurant overlooks Simpson Bay & appears to be popular with the local people. I had asked Lee about how he'd serve the whole fish & he said he'd cut it in half. Well, I expected the head to be off & the fish cut lengthwise. WRONG! My husband got the head end & I got the tail. The fish was so big that it covered the delicious salads & seasoned rice on our plates! Our wine was served in beer glasses by a "waiter" in his fish-stained clothes.
Don't misunderstand. The lunch was great. Talk about fresh fish. This was the freshest I've ever had. Next time I got to Lee's, I will ask for a separate plate for the fish, and cut pieces off with my fork (no knives available}. Those delicious cold salads were covered by the warm fish. It was different & fun. I wish I had brought my camera."
- Surf Club South by Shirley and Joe Bombaci [May 24, 1998]
- "Wow, great place great fun,very good food. The owners and staff are
right there to do any thing they can for you.."
- Ren and Stimpys, Simpson Bay by Jackie Tuttle, Shelter Island, NY [May 22, 1998]
- "We have been visiting St. Maarten almost every year since 1969 and have been to some wonderful restaurants there over the years...The last few years we have found a small wonderful restaurant in Simpson Bay around the corner from the Rib Place...It's called REN AND STIMPYS and has local and Italian cuisine. The whole red snapper is out of this world as is the filet of red snapper with garlic and wine sauce. All the Italian dishes were superb. If you like to be adventursome...give the goat stew a try...you'll love it. Prices are reasonable...service is friendly....dining there is always a pleasure!"
- Restaurants Reviewed by Avaloo1 [May 20, 1998]
- "Just got back from St Maarten, and found your web site invaluable. I had been following it for months before we left, and used it as a guide for planning our future dining..
We ate at Le Chantclair on the marina in Marigot the first night, and really enjoyed it. Of the 4 of us that went- I enjoyed it the most. We had the filet of lamb with roasted potatoes w/ dill, and the house salad as an appetizer. The "dessert with no name" was delicious for chocolate lovers, and the house fruit pastry with ice cream and fresh raspberries and strawberries was unbelievable.
The next and subsequent mornings following- breakfast was spent at Zees, in Marigot. The chocolate croissants are FABULOUS, and the coffee delicious. The omelettes are nothing special- but the owner (our waiter), is charming and very socialable.
That night we ate on the Dutch side at Sambuca- and were very disappointed. Very middle of the road food with very slow service- Maybe a good place to go with kids- compare it to a Fridays in the states..
Lunch the following day was spent at the restaurant in the Holland House Hotel in Phillipsburg. Outdoor dining on a veranda looking out at the cruise ships anchored nearby in the harbor. Service was terrible- (very nasty) but the food is simple and light and a perfect break from the intense shopping experience and crowds in the streets.
That night was spent at the Tropicana in Marigot. Everyone loved what they had. Appetizers were fresh- beautifully presented, and the main courses were works of art. The chicken stuffed with shrimp was wonderful- and the perfitteroles for dessert were accompanied with "on the house" rum flavored with banana- delicious!!
The next night was spent at Don Camillos which was a big disappointment. We were all looking for something other than French- and thought the Italian cuisine would be a welcome change- The service was inattentive-My dish which was pasta with shrimp and asparagus was a big flop!! The pasta was a bit mushy- the asparagus was overcooked, and the shrimp were small and rubbery. Everyone felt dissapointed with their food. It was also expensive for what we ate- 4 people having salads, pasta dishes as entrees, a moderate bottle of wine, and 2 desserts should not have cost $200, especially for that level of food. As we left- I noted to our waiter that he never brought the "gratis" sambuca to the table as was mentioned on the menu- and all he said was "oops"!!
Go to Spartaco if you're looking for a good Italian, lovely location, great service, and delicious food!! Next time we will definitely go to Marios Bistro in Sandy Ground. The restaurant is beautiful and the menu looked delicious....Enjoy!!!"
- St. Martin Food Review by Susan Philsmith [May 18, 1998]
- "Just had a wonderful time in St. Martin. Rented a Villa in the French Lowlands. Highly recommend this.
Le Piccolo was absolutely the best restaurant on the island. We ate there twice and both times is was perfect. It reminded me of one of those spectacular rare finds that only the people in the know, know about. The Mahi was spectacular.
Don Camillo was a huge disappointment. The staff were abrupt and the food was far below average. I felt that I was sitting in a tourist trap and regretted ever stepping foot in the restaurant. I have eaten at some of the nicest restaurants anywhere (21 in New York), (Granita in Malibu), (Tour de Argent in Paris) just to name a few. Don Camillo was no better than your local Olive Garden.
L'Auberge Gourmande was excellent. The service and the food went hand in hand. The pork medallions in a mustard herb sauce was superb. As was the halibut seared with bacon and cayenne. Lovely meal."
- Cloud 10, Simpson Bay (next to Lynette's) recommended by Marlou Heijnen [May 18, 1998]
- "I have just come back from a great vacation on the beautiful island of Sint Maarten. One restaurant you should defenitely visit when you visit the island is Cloud 10 which is located in Simpson Bay next to Lynette's restaurant. The food is excellent and varies from caribbean dishes to mexican dishes to fresh fish (catch of the day). All the dishes are made on the grill which gives the food that unique taste. The cute restaurant is run by a couple by the names of Eveline and Paul. They know everything there is to know about the island because they are Dutch locals and were born on the island. The average price of a dish is about $19,- which makes it a very affordable night out. I told Eveline that I got to know about their restaurant due to review on this site and she gave me a free Rum-shot in return! Maybe, she'll give you one to if you mention the same thing!!"
- Bye Bar Brasil, Grand Case recommended by Rick Van Weelden [May 13, 1998]
- "We visited St. Maarten/St. Martin from 4/26 to 5/12 this time. We returned to Bye Bar Brasil that I reviewed in January. This time we tried the Brazilian National Dish - Fejoada (maybe not spelled correctly). Basically, it's a black beans and rice dish with pork ,beef, and sausage -- simmered beautifully and accompanied with rice and sliced oranges. We ate what we could and brought the remainder back to our apt. for another dinner. As I write this I can smell the delicious foods. A dish to die for!! The restaurant is in Grand Case, near the little bridge. This place is fast becoming a favorite."
- Favorite Restaurants on St. Martin by Judi and David Parsons, Marshfield, Massachusetts [May 13, 1998]
- "We just returned 5/10/98 - our favorites were:
Mary's Boon next to airport. Went with a group of 8 people; shrimp provincal was excellent and presentation was outstanding by waitresses dressed in native creole attire. The honor bar with a "make your own drink" policy is perfect for a small or large group.
Spartaco, Almond Grove. This was one of our favorite nights. Beautiful setting in a former sugar plantation building with great Northern Italian Food. The lobster ravioli appetizer was outstanding.
Jean DuPont, Marina Royale, Marigot. French food (not too overly expensive) was excellent with very attentive waiters. Great people watching place right on marina especially on Thursday evenings when the Marina is alive with music, etc. until midnight.
For lunch when in the middle of Orient Beach go to the Coco Beach Sand Bar. Mouthwatering sandwiches served hot on french bread. Best ever!
Il Netuno, Grand Case. Went with a party of 8. About half raved about their meal and the other half said it was only just satisfactory; although the atmosphere was wonderful and the wait staff was very attentive with a complimentary after-dinner drink.
NOT recommended - La Vie en rose. Dinner took over 3 hours. Food was just o.k., service was close to terrible and the atmosphere was sweltering - not good enough for the price."
- St. Martin Restaurant Recommendations by Paul Eakin [May 9, 1998]
- " My wife Barbara and I just returned from a lovely two week visit to St. Martin and would like to share our recommendations with you. As frequent visitors to St. Martin (4 weeks every year), we have developed some old favorites that just seem to get better with each trip. Our updates:
Bikini Beach: Again this trip we virtually camped out at this lovely beach bar/restaurant on Orient Beach. We had breakfast and lunch there everyday of our two week stay as well as enjoying dinner there five nights also. Needless to say we really like Bikini Beach. The setting is beautiful and relaxing, the food is excellent, and the staff is simply outstanding. The manager, Elisa Cohen and her entire supporting crew are the friendliest people we have encountered on the island. This facility sparkles, the food is professionally prepared, the menu has an excellent variety, and everything is served with a smile. Don't miss it."
- Spartaco, Almond Grove recommended by REDCARO [May 5, 1998]
- "Hi, Just found you on the message board. Great food selections. We have been going to Sxm for 14 years and I have never been to your choices. Guess we have a lot of eating to do. We do enjoy Spartaco's on the road from St. Maarten to Marigot. Has no one else been there? We found it to be very romantic, EXCELLENT food but pricey. Dinner for 4 about $170 but well worth it. You can eat out on the balcony and they have soft music playing. We top off our vacation every year by eating there on the last night. Let me know if you have been there!"
- Restaurants Visited 4/26 - 5/2/98 by TWILL4506 [May 4, 1998]
- "Don Camillo always a favorite on the French side in Marigot. We tried La Vie en Rose and found it overpriced, though food was good, service was very slow and not up to par. Le Bistro Gourmande on the Dutch Side 1 mile from Maho Beach was excellent. Breakfast at Zee Best was definitely not; were out of some things by 9:30 a.m. and service was poor. Want great crepes and excellent coffee for Breakfast try Le St. Germaine in Marigot overlooking the bay. Food at Le Parraquet on the Dutch side near the airport was wonderful. But watch out for the chef - he tries to push his specials and this can become very very costly. Kontiki at Orient Beach is excellent for lunch but a wee bit pricey. Best buy and loads of fun - Portofino in Grand Case - Wednesday nights - Great Pizza - also excellent steak - Country Western night - they really make you feel welcome - worth the trip."
- Restaurant reviews: St Martin by Richard Hren & Carlotta Olson [April 28, 1998]
- "My wife and I completed our second trip to this delightful island in early April. The commentary on this web site proved very helpful, indeed. Now that we have returned, we would like to add our comments to the multitudes.
Zee Best...couldn't agree more with with the prevailing sentiment. A great find..good value, unpretentious, wonderful croissants, and friendly service. What more could one ask for early in the morning?
Le Piccolo..wonderful food, enthusiastic staff, and tremendous value. Although watching the house cat saunter through the place while carrying a dead mouse in its mouth was a bit of a start, it was still a pleasant evening. Not to be missed.
Rainbow.. one of our favorites from our last trip. Didn't disappoint. Great food, quiet, relaxing view, attentive service...a great last night in St Martin.
Thai Garden..a surprise find. Attractive setting, friendly personnel, and the thai food proved to be a good alternative to the rest of the island fare.
Don Camillo..bravo!!! wonderful Italian fare. GO!! no further words are necessary..
L'Alabama.. perhaps our only disappointment. While the food was very good, the attitude of the staff set us on edge from the start. I had made reservations (in person) the night before. While I frantically searched for a place to park, my wife entered the restaurant. They had fouled up the reservation, and had listed it for 1/2 hour earlier than I had requested, and said that they had waited over 20 minutes and had given our table away. We waited an additional 20 minutes for our table to be ready, despite the fact that they seated another 'walk-in' couple almost immediately. (They were not that busy!!) We felt that they chose this occasion to make us 'pay' for their error. No apologies..no excuses..nothing. A good meal was degraded by their lack of concern and poor response to this issue. C'est la vie!! With so many other wonderful places to eat, we won't go back."
- Favorite St.Martin/ St.Maarten Restaurants of Charlie and Sandy [April 28, 1998]
- "We just returned from the island on April 26th, and we will be going back. We found very good food right at the beach.Our favorites at Orient Beach are:
Kontiki - excellent paella, and an all around beautiful and fun place
Pedros - great chicken and grilled swordfish
Boo Boo Jam - great food, reasonable prices, and a great setting
In Phillipsburg, Antoine's had the best fresh tuna I have ever tasted. It's a lovely restaurant with a great view."
- Le Tastevin (revisited) by Connie & Landon Hollander [April 21, 1998]
- "I just wrote a month ago upon our return from the French side and you can look up what I had to say then [posted April 1]...but I'm finding out that we must be the luckiest travelers in the Carribean based on the recent reviews of le Tastevin...Contrary to the recent disappointments with this restaurant, my wife and I found it to be the most consistently good restaurant that we ate at!...Three times - one lunch and two dinners - excellent food and service and by far the best desserts. As far as this issue of what constitutes "expensive"...Having grown up in New York and the Bay Area and presiding in the Midwest, I hardly find any restaurant on the island to be expensive. If a full boat restaurant adventure isn't worth $100 to you I would suggest Mexico...CMH2148"
- Favorite Restaurants of Nick [April 15, 1998]
- "Just returned from two weeks in St. Martin and found your suggestions
extremely helpful.In twelve nights of dining-out we only had one mediocre
meal. Here are our favorites:
- Le Pressoir (Grand Case- 87 76 62) - charming French restaurant, creme brulee was excellent, expensive.
- Le Bistro Nu (Marigot- 87 97 09) - our number one choice for French food; great avocado salad, wonderful beef, lamb, and veal stews
- Don Camillo (Marigot- 87 52 88) - do not miss this great Italian restaurant; the best gnocchi in the world; we ate here three nights!
- L'Alabama (Grand Case- 87 81 66) - although this restaurant received mixed reviews, we found it to be oustanding; the goat cheese salad with honeyed nuts was superb; expensive
- Le Chanteclair (Marigot- 87 94 60) - another French favorite located on the marina and a perfect spot to enjoy the Thursday night festivities; reservations a must.
- Zee Best (Marigot) - We agree with everyone else: the best croissants on the island
- Layla's (Nettle Baie) - This was an Exceptional discovery --- a small but delightful beach bar and restaurant run by Pierre and Layla; great cheeseburger, wonderful mozzarella and tomato salad, fabulous desserts; say hello to Milo the dog!
- Kakao Beach Club (Orient Beach) - not only is this an exquisite beach but this bar and restaurant is outstanding; the seafood salad is not to be missed, the French fries are outstanding, and waiters David and Phillipe are two of the most enjoyable people in St. Martin.
Only one dissappointment: Le Tastevin. The food was very mediocre and it was very expensive."
- [Not so] Favorite Restaurants of G. Yaccino [April 13, 1998]
- "Three thumbs down for the Pelican Reef, despite the Frommer's stars hanging in the window! Painfully slow and rude service, three entrees not available, drinks not brought, and a 15% gratuity automatically added to the bill! I've notified Frommer's, too.
In St. Martin, the Wajang Doll is absolutely wonderful for Indonesian cuisine. Sadly, we were only one of two tables full. If you are in the mood for unique and beautifully prepared food, try it!"
- Restaurant Review by Marina Byaly [April 6, 1998]
- "Just got back from two weeks stay at the Paradise (St. Martin), and here is the latest update on the restaurants:
1. Mario's Bistro (Sandy Ground), as usual tops all the gourmet restaurants on the island, in my opinion anyway. The staff refers to the famous duck on the menu as the "Killer duck" and it was. Suggestion, if you'll order the duck skip the appetizer! The daily fish specials ordered by other people at our table were fantastic.
2. Le Chanteclaire (Marina Royal), after deserting this small restaurant for the past two years we went back, due to the recommendations of our local friends on the Island. We were taken by a pleasant surprise! Everyone had different dishes and we all tasted each others, the food was absolutely great, real French classic gourmet. The new chef is Parisian, it really makes the difference. Make room for desert, the famous "No name" desert is the chefs creation, it is to die for!(We went back several times)
3. Rainbow (Grand Case) was a new surprise to us this year. After vacationing on St. Martin for many years no one ever recommended Rainbow to us. Thanks to your site we discovered Rainbow. Excellent food and atmosphere. The owner, Dave, is originally form the States (NY state to be exact) and very friendly. I highly recommend Rainbow!
4. Kontiki (Oriental Bay) Plage and Restaurant is the place to be for great lunch and a day at the beach. The food is always fresh and great, their sushi is the best! Check out the daily specials, Sundays paella and Saturdays grilled sardines @ 5:30. Daily fashion shows of the merchandise sold at the Kontiki boutique @ 2:00. The owners Jerry and Judy are the best, friendly and hospitable as always.
5. Brasserie de la Gare (Marina Royal) fun atmosphere, friendly staff, inexpensive and good food, and the best Pizza on the island. Popular place to take kids for dinner.
6. Disappointment of the trip: Le Tastevin will not be on top of my list any longer. The food was just not the same as always this time."
- DaLivio Ristorante, Philipsburg recommended by Geno & Meg [April 5, 1998]
- "During our stay in St. Maarten, we dined in many various restaurants. Plenty of them were delicious and wonderful but we must say, the most outstanding one of all for us was, by far, DaLivio Ristorante. As soon as we walked in, the first thing we noticed was their wonderful "Wall of Fame" under which many celebrities such as Paul Newman, Pavarotti, Nixon, Eddie Murphy, just to mention a few, were displayed. We were fortunate to be seated on an outside table right on the waterfront overlooking the Great Bay Marina with a full moon reflecting on the water, which was just a treat for us as this was out 25th Anniversary. The Host, Daniel, was very gracious, extremely friendly and at all times made sure everything was just perfect. As far as the food in concerned, there are just no words to describe except perfection. We highly recommend to anyone who goes to St. Maarten DaLivio's as a must. As a matter of fact, we heard numerous tables around us tell Daniel what a wonderful dinner and service they had, so we know we're not being partial. DaLivio/Daniel -- Keep up the good work!"
- Le Privilege, Anse Marcel recommended by Connie & Landon Hollander [April 1, 1998]
- "Our 2nd trip to St. Martin just finished & we wanted to drop a line to let you in on the best kept secret on the island (since everyone knows about Picolo, Alabama, Mario's etc...). We stayed at and dined often at the Privilege Spa & Resort (not to be confused with it's low-life cousin at the bottom of the hill in the Meridien complex) in Anse Marcel. The food is limited in choice but extremely imaginative with innovative nouvelle/tropical touches. The staff of Pamela and Alexi are very friendly and helpful. The view alone is worth the trip. Highly recommend the conch stew and crab cake appetizers. The shrimp and scallops with mango salsa was a consistant repeater as was the sword fish. Do not dine here without ordering the apple tart w/Calvados ice cream dessert! By the way, as far as accommodations go, the hotel/resort is well deserving of its four stars. Truly a first class experience."
- Good eats by Bev and Jim Henrikson [March 31, 1998]
- "Returned from St Maarten on the 16th of March - this was our 7th trip to the island..... Found a new restaurant on the French side called Ma Ti. The restaurant is just after Baie Rouge and before Nettle Baie Beach Club on the road to Marigot but if you weren't looking for it, you'd go right by. There is a sign (kind of psychedelic) on the road. The first time we went I had one of their specials of the day which was a shrimp and lobster salad plate. The seafood was broiled in a Creole sauce - very delicious. The second time I had filet mignon of lamb with thyme - beautiful medallions of lamb! Both dishes were presented so well, with several fruits surrounding the salad and 3 different and delicious vegetables with the lamb. They advertise Creole cooking but serve a variety. They have dinner at noon and at night and they have a small lunch menu (hamburgers, etc.). They also have a portable blackboard with the chefs specials of the day. The other thing that was unexpected was the view - you can see clear over to Marigot harbor and also out to sea - the colors in the water are stunning! The prices were also very reasonable (about 10 - 15 dollars per entree).
We also enjoyed dinner at Portofino in Grand Case. We are country western fans and they have a country western night on Wednesdays that is a ton of fun. The band is great - an awesome harmonic player - and the diners are encouraged to participate.....they are offered maracas, tambourines etc. It really was fun! We had a bad experience at Samboucas for dinner. There was practically no service - we had to ask for everything and then didn't get it! I also had a pasta dish that was meager at best!
We enjoyed Pedro's at Orient Beach very much. The steel band is great and I had the chicken and ribs plate and had to share because there was so much delicious food! My husband had a good hamburger with tons of fries for only $4. If you are looking for good steak try either Rancho at the Palapa center or Tango in Marigot. That Argentinian beef is very tender!"
- Restaurant Review by Sam J Oliveri III [March 27, 1998]
- "Antoine's Restaurant - On the dutch side in Phillipsburg, Antoine's is truely one the finest on the island. It is hard to find , but well worth it. (119 Front st.) French and Italian cuisine. As well as delicious fresh fish dishes. We have been going there for the last 14 yrs. and have never been disappointed. A beutiful atmosphere. Open air over looking the ocean. Also you will find Jean Pierre a master of the wines. Do not miss ordering the lobster bisque. It is said to be one the best in the world. Here it is very romantic and i'm sure your mate will thank you in many differant ways.
Kakao Beach Restaurant Orient beach - Owners Doume And Herve are here to greet you.From lobster,shrimp,scallops andsome of the best pizza you will eat anywhere to exotic cocktails, (try a Doume colada or the ever popular Ti punch).Here the waitors run. And how can you beat the view. After all you are over looking orient beach. oo la la
Kon Tiki - On the same beach you'll find Kon Tiki. This place is hot too. Good food and drink. And the servers will knock your eyes out.(Not literally). Owner Gerald runs a very tight ship. Your order will be on your table before you get your eyes back in your head.
Le Tastevin - I could not believe the review one person gave on this restaurant. Someone should have told him,if you want to eat at a hot dog stand. You should have stayed in the states. This is truely a quality french restaurant. Great sea food and fine french cuisine. Plus the wine list is good and reasonable.
Le Belle Epoque - On the marina in Marigot go to Le Belle Epoque for something different. Here the owner George is very friendly and the food is good. (a great place to people watch) especially at night.
Le Bistro Nu - Also in Marigot, down a side street look for Le Bistro Nu. Here you will find very unique dishes. From bear,elk, alligator and sometimes even horse. To some very fine french offerings. This is a late night restaurant where the locals hang out. Say hello to jean Luc for me..
The Greenhouse - I couldn't leave without saying something about the Green House back in Phillipsburg. If want to rock this is the place. From great drink prices to beutiful people from all over the world. OK its not what I would consider a great restaurant, but the atmosphere makes it LETS PARTY!!!!!!!!!!"
- St Martin Restaurants by Bill & Darlene [March 21, 1998]
- "Our favorite restaurants in St. Martin were: Le Picollo in French Cul de Sac - very good food in a relaxing atmosphere; very reasonable prices with excellent service. Do not miss! Cloud 10 near the airport. A little hard to find, but worth the effort. Wonderful food and service; we visited twice so you know we enjoyed. Outstanding value and the owners make you feel at home. The Rainbow in Grand Case was good and worth the price; good view and quality, but at the high end for price. We love Mr Busby's at Dawn Beach for drinks and lunch. Wonderful ribs and relaxing view. Worst meal of the week - Le Bar de la Mer in Marigot. Arrogant service and less than mediocre food."
- St Maarten Good Eats by Kendra & Paul Ferreira [March 17, 1998]
- "March 7-14, 1998 - We stayed at Le Meridien Hotel. Beautiful location. Restaurants were extremely overpriced. Food was nothing special.
The restaurants we enjoyed (which seem to be everyone else's favorites too) were: La Vie en Rose - cozy, artistic atmosphere, excellent food but expensive; Le Portofino - delicious pizza; L'Alabama - great food & service. We liked Karen; Le Piccolo - our absolute favorite! Delicious food & friendly staff; Sebastianos - fabulous Italian food but, unfortunately, very high prices; Bikini Beach for lunch & drinks. Atlantic Cafe in Grand Case had excellent crepes & seafood at reasonable prices.
We were disappointed in the service at Rainbow. And the owners visited every table around us except ours. They seemed to only be interested in people they knew. Beautiful view of the beach from our table. Food was excellent.
I wouldn't recommend Paradise View (formerly the Cloud Room) above Orient Bay. Although the view was great, we had a mediocre lunch there."
- St. Maarten Restaurants and Bars by Jessica Pipitone [March 17, 1998]
- "Cheri's (Maho) - great atmosphere, good local, live music, great service, great drinks, great food, and great service all for a reasonable price!
Greenhouse (Phillipsburg) - service was not very good and the food was not really worth the money we paid. On the other hand, the music was good and the atmosphere was even better. They have indoor and outdoor seating and two pool tables inside. They have a ton of drinks and after 9:30 p.m., all drinks are 2 for 1 every night!
Indiana (Simpson Bay) - you truly feel like you are in an Indiana Jones Movie! Very friendly atmosphere. Great food and reasonable prices. Wonderful mixed drinks and frozen drinks. Thursday nights they have 2 for 1 drinks and live music.
News Music Cafe (Simpson Bay) - If you want to dance, this is the place to go. They open at 10 p.m. nightly. It is really only a bar/nightclub. I don't remember seeing any food, but there is a pizza place right next door. When the doors open at 10, ALL drinks are only $1. Every half hour, the drinks go up $.50. And they really make the drinks strong!
Saratoga (Simpson Bay) - very nice, quiet romantic atmosphere. Very good food with good presentation. Most entrees are over $20. Although we enjoyed ourselves here, don't go there if you do not have a lot of time because the service was a little slow. It wasn't bad service, just slow because that is just the "attitude" of the island. No one really seems to be in a hurry!
Claude Mini-Club (Marigot) - AWESOME! Wednesday and Saturday nights they have their all you can eat and all the wine you can drink lobster buffet! Everything on the buffet was amazing. Be sure to make reservations! The atmosphere was great too with palm trees growing up inside of the restaurant. Outdoor seating is also available.
We had a great time in St. Maarten! My favorite island in the caribbean!"
- Pelican Reef Restaurant, Pelican Resort (recommended by Taylor and Kate Ledden, Toronto, ON Canada) [March 14, 1998]
- "The Pelican Reef Restaurant at the Pelican Resort & Casino in Sint Maarten: probably the best steak and seafood restaurant in existence. The El Gaucho steak could not be more tender or flavourful. The green peppercorn sauce made with cognac is to die for. The quality of service coupled with the quality of the food make this restaurant a bargain."
- St.Maarten/St.Martin Restaurants by Frank van der Meulen [March 11, 1998]
- "Having just returned from St. Maarten, I would like to give some comments on some of the restaurants we visited.
The first remark I have is that most of these restaurants, especially on the French side are very much overpriced for the product they deliver and the service they render, which is often mediocre at best. The restaurants on the Marina are expensive and their food is far below par. Don't go there if you want a simple lunch at a reasonable price, it just is not there.
Grand Case was for the same reason a disaster. We had lunch at Le Tastevin and ordered a shrimp and avocado salad at US$14 per person. It consisted of a plateful of iceberg lettuce,without a dressing, decorated with a quarter avocado and two shrimps which were cut lengthwise in half to give the impression that there were four. Apart from this, parking in Grand Case is just about impossible.
We visited l'Escargot in downtown Philipsburg and this was a most pleasant experience. Although the dinner was expensive (US$156 including wine) it was of an excellent quality and very imaginative. The surroundings were very attractive. The restaurant is in an old Dutch house, with lots of nice woodwork and tastefully decorated. It is not airconditioned, but proper crossventilation takes care of that problem. This is certainly a restaurant where you can take your wife and pleasantly surprise her.
By far the best restaurant was Le Perroquet, close to the airport where the Chef/owner, Pierre Castagna, is able to serve a real French gourmet menu. It appears that he is attending the daily arrival of the Air France plane from Paris and gets from that daily specialties directly imported from France. He is not only an excellent Chef, he is an artist. The meals are out of this world and would his restaurant be in France he would have a good chance to obtain one or more Michelin stars. My wife, who is always adventurous ordered bison on one occasion, cabillaud on another and we both had salads made from dandelions and these were unbelievably tasty. The surroundings are immaculately located on the lagoon and a fresh breeze takes care of the heat that tends to make life in the tropics somewhat difficult. Dinner for two will set you back about $135 (including wine), but it is an experience that should not be missed. There is lots of parking, so that is not a problem.
Do you want to go for a solid Dutch meal in a non pretentious atmosphere go to Cloud 10 at the end of the Airport runway. Once in a while you get your head blown off by the jetblast from planes taking off, but the meal is very acceptable, tasty and very moderately priced. The place is a bar with a restaurant extension and it is run by a Dutch couple who are very adapt at pleasing the customer. Do not expect a gourmet meal as served in Le Perroquet, but it is certainly a good experience.
We also had dinner at Saratoga, close to the bridge spanning the lagoon on the road from the airport to Phillipsburg. This was another disaster. When we arrived, the smell of the lagoon, which approximates an open sewer, was nauseating. The food was terribly expensive ($160US) and of a mediocre quality."
- Favorite Restaurants of Wayne and Susan [March 7, 1998]
- "Wayne and Susan from Illinois just got back from this beautiful island-Feb 25-March 4...here are our top picks!
Le Picolo Cafe! A Must! Perfect food, the most reasonable prices, great wines, and a young, "excited about what they do" staff! Reservations are mandatory. Robert the co-owner was a delight!
LaRosa....very good! Our first dinner was there and the pasta was excellent.
Turtle Pier...so-so, decent salads... went there because they were open and we were hungry
Lynettes...overpriced, so-so food, and a waitress who wasn't sure about anything. Kakao Beach in Orient Bay....the best seafood salad I ever ate...pricey, but worth it for the view.
Brasserie de la Gare...went there because a local recommended their pizza...it was greasy and not very good...but the waiter was very good looking!
Mini Club in Marigot...very nice ...only had lunch there but excellent-delicious cheeses and bread, nice staff, good wine.
Zee Best Breakfast in Marigot....went back every morning for breakfast...superb omlette and the finest croissants ever...delicious coffees and a super nice staff...this is a must!
Cheris Cafe...didnt bother since it looked like a tourist trap.
La Samana....WOW....gourmet food, and view of the ocean that was spectacular...a first class place, although very expensive...a place to fall in love all over again!"
- 1998 Best Restaurants (recommended by: Peter Van Strum) [March 4, 1998]
- "Just came back from two weeks on Orient Beach and found 3 of the best restaurants of the season: Le Piccolo in French Cul de Sac, La Chamade in Marigot and the newest find was Konga Cafe in French Cul de Sac. All three are winners this year in quality of food, service and price. Konga Cafe is a real find and has not been overplayed yet it was one of the very best meals I have had in the 12 years going to the Island and dinners including app. - entree - and desert (if you have any room left) only comes to $20."
- Surf Club South, Grand Case (recommended by: Karl Riner) [March 3, 1998]
- "If you are looking for a "New Jersey Steak House" you have come to the right place. The foood was absoutley terrific! I love beef and think their's is the best. Great service, great drinks, a wonderful time had by all! The host and hostess, Andy and Cheryl could not have been nicer. I strongly recommend, if not for dinner, then definitely a cocktail or two."
- Favorite restaurants of Neal Schwartz [February 22, 1998]
- "In five years of going to St. Martin, we have never had a bad meal or bad service at Kontiki. We love to eat mussels and french fries on Sat. noon and lobster at night. Fish Pot is one of newest experiences for us. Maine lobster, salmon, crepes, Chardonnay and very attentive service, good ocean view made for a wonderful evening."
- Restaurant reviews by Tracy Cashman [February 17, 1998]
- "We got a lot of good suggestions from your Web page on our recent trip to St. Martin. Our favorites, in order:
On the higher end:
1) Don Camillo-Marigot-Though it was the only restaurant we ate it that did not have a great water view, the atmosphere was pleasant, the service was good (we had multiple people attending to us and the woman who took our order recommended a very good wine) and the food was amazing! Everything I read about the gnocchi was true-it really did melt in your mouth. The veal dish with prosciutto and mozzarella in a mushroom wine sauce was also unbelievable.
2) Rainbow-Grand Case-Great food, great view, great white chocolate mousse! Not cheap.
3) La Vie en Rose-Marigot-Also a great view looking out over the street and to the water. The food was very good, and the rose at the end of the meal is, of course, a very nice touch.
4) Saratoga-Simpson Bay-The mashed potatoes alone are worth the trip! Very nice view of the boats in the harbor.
For drinks, burgers, etc. (in no particular order):
1) Cheri's Cafe-Maho plaza-We really liked this place after going out for fancy dinners all week! Good frozen drinks and excellent burgers and fries. If you are looking for a place to hang outside, people watch and listen to music, this place is great. We went at the end of the day, did a little shopping, ate dinner there and then went next door to the Casino.
2) Everything Cool-Philipsburg-If you are a frozen drink fan (virgin or not) this place is a must. The atmosphere was fun-good crowd, looking out onto the beach, and the food wasn't half bad. Not the place to go if you are looking to be served-you place your own order at the bar and you may or may not get it delivered to your table correctly! Good place to stop if you are out shopping.
3) The Greenhouse-Philipsburg-We didn't have the food, but they have cheap happy hour specials and a pool table.
4) Ric's Place-Philipsburg-We liked the "Americanized" atmosphere, and happened to be there when there was a musician playing Irish music which was just like home for us Bostonites. The bartender Sean was extremely friendly and recommended restaurants and activities to us and we kept running into him all week! We didn't eat here though.
5) Busby's-Oyster Bay-The Mike Tyson punch is pretty strong, though I didn't find it as deadly as advertised. Great place to go at happy hour just to relax. Didn't sample the pick-your-own lobster or any of the food.
Other notes-for breakfast, Zee Best in Marigot IS the best. The almond croissants are to die for.
Not recommended-La Riviera in Philipsburg-very undistinguished food."
- Restaurant reviews by Jack Abstein [January 28, 1998]
- "The wife and I squeezed in a quick weekend Mid-January in St. Martin
and appreciated your food reviews enormously. Some of our thoughts are:
Ric's Cafe: If you look for poorly prepared, over-priced food served by surly waitresses, this is the place for you. I't s a place where you can't think or talk because of the blasting televisions. It is, however, convenient to Front St. shopping.
Chesterfield's has a wonderful dockside ambience. The food was nicely, if not grandly, presented and prices were very reasonable. Table service was efficient. This is not the place to go if you're expecting French elegance. It would qualify as a solid three star restaurant anywhere stateside.
We opted out on the highly recommended L'Alabama in Grand Case for Le Tastevin, which is directly across the street and on the water. Le Tastevin has one of the most reasonable and varied wine lists I've encountered. Table service was accommodating, polite and good-natured. (We didn't get 'the look' when we asked to split a Ceasar salad.) The entrees might be considered a tad pricey, but the total experience was an excellent value.
In Marigot, you've got to have lunch or dinner at La Vie en Rose. This is one of the great people watching places of all time. The goat cheese salad is from another planet.
Back in Phillipsburg, give Antoine's a try for an evening experience. This is listed as pricey, but we didn't find it so. The food is French which is what expect from the French-Norman expatriate who owns the seaside, open-air restaurant. The menu has a good variety, the food was well-presented, and service was unobtrusive and friendly. Antoine is an engaging host, who visits all the tables."
- Favorite restaurants of Alan Cross [January 26, 1998]
- "We just got back from yet another week at Alizea in Mont-Vernon (still quite nice, although many people miss the days when Pierre and Esther ran the place) and have a couple of new recommendations:
(1) Le Piccolo, French Cul-de-Sac - If you must tell anyone about this place, please tell only your closest, dearest friends. It is current THE find on the French side and the people who know about this place treasure its very existence. Although the menu and presentation is flashy (carmelized duck rolls appetizer, main courses like thinly sliced shark or sturgeon filets and a wonderful dessert called a "Slapshot"), prices are downright cheap by Grand Case standards. One of our meals with two openers, two main courses, a shared dessert and a bottle of wine came out to $63.50. Another meal with no dessert and a couple of cocktails set us back $46. Add in the attentive and enthusiastic service and you have one of the best dining experiences on the island. Reservations are an absolute must.
(2) Grand Case Cafe - Located directly across from Portofino, this unassuming little place on the beach makes great burgers and a mean rum punch. Try the wonderful homemade hot sauce on the bar. A lunch for two might run you $15. Maybe.
(3) California - Nice place for pizza on restaurant row in Grand Case. Watch for Roxanne, the neighbourhood dog; she tends to pop up under your table looking for crusts.
Other notes: No trouble at Turtle Pier despite some of the other reviews on this page. Lunch was quick, hot and delicious. Busby's on Dawn Beach still a good deal, although I admit that I was unable to finish a Mike Tyson Punch this time. It was just too strong. I must be getting old.
Finally, if you're looking for a place to stay and you like the idea of a smaller hotel, check out Le Petit Hotel in Grand Case. We were given a quick tour and were very impressed."
- Favorite Restaurants of Marina Byaly [January 23, 1998]
- "1. Mario's Bistro (Sandy Ground)
2. Alabama (Grand Case)
3. Le Testavine (Grand Case)
Trendiest place for beach/lunch:
- Kontiki (Oriental Beach)"
- La Chamade, Marigot (recommended by: Erich S. Kranz) [January 21, 1998]
- "A small and charming restaurant in the center of Marigot, open for lunch and dinner, but never on Sunday. There are few tables and one server. Reservations would be nice, especially for parties of five or more. The food is classic French and done very well. A small but varied wine list should provide something for any of the menu selections. The menu has a $15 prix fixe that includes an appetizer and an entree or an entree and dessert, and the tip! There are three or four choices in each category. Everything has been great every time we have been there. We especially like the terrine and snails as appetizers and the duck breast, chicken breast with woodear mushrooms, salmon and mahi-mahi combination, sweetbreads, and kidneys for the entrees.
We just had our wedding dnner at Chamade and had eight very happy campers. The flight from Paris was a bit late so the foie gras had not been made into a terrine. No problem says Antony, it's too good for that anyway. It was pan fried with calvados and apple slices and was wonderful. The oysters sabayon were also quite good. Entrees of tournedos of venison in a port wine sauce with red currants, beef tenderloins with girolles, salmon in sauterne sauce, braised hare in red wine, and duck breast in black pepper sauce were uniformly spectacular. The dessert was a combination of chocolate mousse, bavaroise, and cake."
- Favorite restaurants of Rhea [January 19, 1998]
- "the rainbow was our favorite. the food was wonderful. the service was excellent. the owner came over to our table. the view was wonderful. we thought the prices were very much in line. my husband enjoyed the dessert.
zee best again a wonderful place for breakfast. we have been going there for several years. the owner is very friendly and the people seem to come back every day. the food is great. rolls are the best. we would never miss this place. it is one of our favorite.
la diva again a wonderful italian restaurant. the owner is terrific. he visits every table. service is great.
one more great spot is bikini beach breakfast, lunch, dinner. they have a fruit platter that is $10.00 all fresh fruit ----- the best ever. I could go for it now.
well, i guess i could go on but that is enough for now."
- Bye Bar Brasil, Grand Case (recommended by: Barb Van Weelden) [January 19, 1998]
- "We were in St. Martin/St. Maarten from 12/25 to 1/6/98 & tried a few different restaurants on this visit. A kind of "quirky" fun place was Bye Bar Brasil in Grand Case. Some nights there's live music, jazz and/or Brasilian style . The menu has French & Brasilian dishes. My husband thought the black bean soup was terrific. There was grouper (a favorite of ours) and a New Year's special-roasted red deer. We went there twice & had fun & good food each time.
The "people watching" is fun, too. There was an assortment of different types at the bar. The proprietor ( I think he was) knew a lot about wines & was very helpful with selection. He didn't necessarily recommend the most expensive wine, either. Meals are cheaper there than at many of the Grand Case restaurants. The grouper was about $13 & the deer special was $24. Not much ambiance at this little place. Being as it's open-air, you can look it over (as well as the menu) before you make a decision.."
- Favorite restaurants of shambrook) [January 17, 1998]
- "When we stayed in St Maarten on our honeymoon for 2 weeks, we had the opportunity to visit several restaurants. There were 3 restaurants that we loved:
"The Boathouse", the atmosphere was nice and the food very good, especially the Grouper. The restaurant in the Pelican Resort (can't remember the name) had the best Prime Rib I have ever tasted in my life and the size of the serving was incredible. My husband had a "twice baked lobster " where they take all the meat out and mix it with garlic and butter and put it back in and bake it and serve it... It was fantastic... A little pricey but well worth it.
There was also an All you can Eat bucket of Rib joint in Simpsons Bay that was also very good, the best ribs I have tasted, and if you fill the bucket with your rib bones, you get your meal free. Needless to say, we couldn't do it, the rack of ribs they give you is unbelievable...."
- La Vie en Rose, Marigot (recommended by: Mark Carkner) [January 15, 1998]
- "My wife and I just returned from a week stay in St. Martin (not long enough). Our best experience was at La Vie en Rose. We ate out every night (we did not go cheap at all) and we found this to be the finest. Not that the others were bad, but this was the best experience we found. Every place we ate, we found the food, atmosphere and the hosts to be just perfect. More so at this restaurant than any other though. We feel that, more than anything, the main reason we would go back to this island, is because of the great food."
- Konga Cafe, French Cul de Sac (recommended by: Bart Welch) [January 14, 1998]
- "Konga Cafe, a traditional restaurant of the caribbean. Located in the house of its owners, it has the ambiance of St. Martin at its best. A menu ranging from creole to chinese to american. Being one of the cheapest, and best restaurants on St. Martin, you can't miss out. Try the currie spinach chicken, personally my favorite, it comes with rice, salad, papadum (indian delight), and wonderful banana fritters. Call Julie or Vince for reservations at (590) 874708."
- Restaurant Review (by: The Sullivans) [January 11, 1998]
- "Don Camillo: Once again (5 times now) Don Camillo was just too good to be true. I use to think that it was just me but now I know that it is the best restaurant on the island. We just returned from a week's stay and ate there twice. The beef carpaccio was terrific, the "Linguini Guissepi Verdi (sp)" was magnificent <linguini with spinach cream sauce and shrimp>; we had their specials as well as regular menu and nothing compares to it. SUGGESTION: Make reservations or get there by 6:30pm.
On the other hand, we also went to L'alabama and were disappionted. We read all the hipe and decided to try it. The place is beautiful, the service was with precision but the food, mediocre. The onion soup had no taste, the grilled shrimp was as good as I could cook at home. A real expensive blah meal. Too bad.
Another place that's wonderful is La Vie En Rose. A very "expensive but worth it" meal. The dover sole in asparagus cream sauce was both a beautiful sight for the eyes and a delightful event for the tongue. We had "chocolate sherbet" and "banana soufflé dominos" (that's right, soufflé in the shape of dominos); both were decadent.
Don Camillo is #1 and Vie En Rose #2 on my list."
- Saratogo, Simpson Bay (recommended by: Maureen Barber) [January 2, 1998]
- "The Saratoga is a wonderful choice for dining. Everything is absolutely delicious. The portions a good, the atmosphere is wonderful, and the prices are reasonable. Remember the owner used to be the chef at the Rainbow, another favorite, but very expensive."
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