Set on the beach and serving up Creole cuisine, it doesn't get much more "Guadeloupe" than Green Kafé.
Green Kafé is a popular bar and grill that happens to specialize in Creole cuisine. When it comes to the level of formaility, the setting here is very casual. When's the best time to come? They're open for both dinner and lunch, so consider giving it a try one day.
Inside a building painted in bright primary colors is a dining room with a 1960s vibe when it comes to decor.
Set on the island of Basse-Terre, 1.0 mile West of Cafeiere, Green Kafé is a part of La Grande-Anse. Local residents and vacationers who are checking out Pointe A Pitre might also consider dining here, since the restaurant is 18 miles (29 and a half kilometers) to the west-northwest of the city.
If you are hoping to combine your visit to this restaurant with some local sightseeing opportunities, you'll find a handful notable attractions within reach of the restaurant, like Notre Dame des Larmes.
One experience awaiting explorers of the vicinity is La Grande-Anse, a beach where you could either work up your appetite, or wind down after a meal.
If you and your party are seeking out another place to eat that has some similar types of food and/or a similar atmosphere, there is no shortage of nearby places to choose from, including. Guests will find it within traveling distance of the Green Kafé.
On the other hand, if you're in the mood for a change of pace, this section of Basse-Terre features an impressive selection of dining establishments that will suit the tastes of almost every kind of diner. For example, you can also try some different and amazing eats at a nearby area restaurant, like Le Karacoli, where diners are within sight of the beach.
You can expect to spend between $20 and $30(USD) per person when you dine at Green Kafe, not including any alcoholic beverages you may imbibe.
Location: Deshaies, Basse-Terre
Phone: (059) 021-4034
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