A quiet and sophisticated eatery with an attentive staff and some of the finest French cuisine around, La Cave a Fins is nothing short of excellent.
Traditional French cuisine can't be beat when it comes out of this kitchen, where the Chicken Breast with conch stuffing and Foie Gras and mushroom ravioli are the specialties. Each plate is expertly presented and complimented with a glass of wine.
La Cave a Vins is a popular grill that happens to specialize in French cuisine. When deciding how to dress for this restaurant, consider that the style of the food and service is informal. They are open for business during both dinner and lunch, so consider stopping by.
Something of a sanctuary amid the bustling downtown area of town, La Cave a Vins is cozy and charming, with decor reminicent of the south of France. When you arrive, the door will likely be locked. Ring the bell, and the hostess will invite you in. After crossing through the antechamber, where the walls are lined with bottles of wine, you'll be sat in the dining room which is elegantly decorated with murals and landscapes.
Situated near the middle of downtown Forte de France, La Cave a Vins is at 124 Rue Victor Hugo.
Combine your dining experience with some excellent local sightseeing possibilities by visiting one of the region's many attractions, like.
There are a selection of neighboring things to do outside to try if you're waiting for sunset. Visitors up for an outdoor challenge could plan ahead to play a round at the nearest golf course, Golf de L'Imperatrice Josephine. And what makes a breezy round of golf even better? A nap afterwards at , which you will find to be the most convenient beach and is only a half mile away. And, these two are only some of the beaches and golf courses in the surrounding area.
If you're seeking out an area restaurant with some similar menu items or a similar ambiance, there is no lack of nearby options to choose between, including Le Petit Tonneau. It is located within traveling distance of the La Cave a Vins.
In contrast, if you're in the mood for something a little different, this region of Martinique has a long list of food and beverage venues that will surely satisfy almost every type of diner. For example, you could also try Mexican fare at Le Nuevo Mexico, which isn't very far away.
They are closed on Sunday and Monday, but open from noon to 2:00 p.m. for lunch and 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. for dinner throughout the rest of the week.
Location: 124 Rue Victor Hugo, downtown Forte de France, Martinique
Phone: (059) 670-3302
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