Known as the “Wild Side” of Guadeloupe, Basse Terre doesn't suffer for lack of restaurants despite its more natural appeal. Although mainly concentrated to the north of the island, there are places to eat all over, ranging from quick, rustic food stands, to elegant French spots.
For those vacationers who enjoy seeking out new and intriguing flavors that are particular to the areas they visit, Basse Terre offers a good range of truly local restaurants to choose from. Creole and Caribbean dishes are among the options found in the area. Don't forget that you can read further info for each restaurant on the page by clicking the names.
Le Rivage Restaurant is a casual restaurant located in Basse Terre. Known for its high quality Creole cuisine and its setting right on the beach, Le Rivage Restaurant is a casual gourmet affair despite the rustic look of the property. Guests can reach them at (059) 086-0240.
Le Rocher De Malendure is a nice restaurant in the area that's worth considering. A family-friendly seafood restaurant set on the beach, Le Rocher de Malendure is known for its fresh food and attentive service.
Le Tam Tam: Traditional Creole cuisine served up at low prices makes Le Tam Tam a favorite among guests who want their food made fast, fresh, and served up hot. Guests can reach them at (069) 053-0860.
You can use the table down below to find information on related options within the area.
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 081-1914|
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 081-0315|
|Basse Terre||Caribbean||(059) 081-2434|
|Basse Terre||Caribbean||(059) 060-1307|
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 099-7008|
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 081-5056|
|Le Rivage Restaurant||Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 086-0240|
|Le Rocher De Malendure||Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 098-7084|
|Le Tam Tam||Basse Terre||Creole||(069) 053-0860|
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 081-7369|
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 003-0728|
|Basse Terre||Creole||(059) 081-2553|
Travelers can pick from several European restaurants in the vicinity, though you shouldn't expect to find many options for Asian cuisine. Alongside French-style restaurants, you can also find some Italian food in the area as well.
Maxipizza is a lunch and dinner option located in Basse Terre. Everything about the pizzas here is made fresh, from the dough to the tomato sauce. Visitors will be able to find them on Avenue Paul Lacavé.
Jam Tribu is a notable nearby venue worth considering. Set in the historic district of town facing the sea, Jam Tribu is the perfect setting for fresh caught seafood for lunch. The property is located at 1 Rue Mortenol.
Le Jazzy's: The restaurant is open from noon to 2:30 p.m. for lunch Monday through Friday, and from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. If you want to call before booking a room, do so at (059) 025-5002.
The chart just below presents the 9 different choices that are able to be seen while in Basse Terre.
|406.7 mi. North of Central Basse Terre||Chinese||(059) 094-8084|
|Jam Tribu||1.3 mi. South-Southwest of Central Basse Terre||French||(059) 003-6147|
|Basse Terre||French||(059) 099-7281|
|Central Basse Terre||Italian||(059) 094-8084|
|Le Jazzy's||1.1 mi. South West of Central Basse Terre||French||(059) 025-5002|
|Maxipizza||Basse Terre||Italian||(059) 081-0109|
|Basse Terre||Italian||(059) 032-1050|
|1.5 mi. Northeast of Central Basse Terre||French||(059) 095-6742|
|Basse Terre||Chinese||(059) 060-4819|
Poivre & Menthe is a lunch and dinner possibility located within Basse Terre. Lunch is available every day of the week except for Sunday from 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., while dinner is from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. You'll be able to find them on Avenue du Gouverneur Lion.
|Poivre & Menthe||Basse Terre||Basse-Terre||American||(059) 076-1001|
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