Maharajah Monty Damencourt

One of the newest Indian offerings on the island, Maharaja Monty specializes in creating an authentic experience that brings guests right to the most populated country in the world.

Food

The menu here is filled with authentic cuisine, featuring smoky, spicy flavors in their curries, stews, and stir-fries.

Maharajah Monty Damencourt is a popular grill that happens to specialize in Indian cuisine. The formality of the menu and service to expect from this restaurant is informal. Diners are welcome to come by to enjoy dinner only, so don't miss out.

Ambiance

A veritable Indian palace, this spot is decorated like an elegant home from India. The walls are painted a rich, warm yellow, with deep red accents and funiture that is comfortable and ornate.

Location

Located on the island of Grande-Terre, near Le Moule, Maharajah Monty Damencourt is at 3 ZAC de Damencourt. For vacationers who plan on spending time in or around Pointe A Pitre, the restaurant can be reached to the east-northeast of the city.

With a smattering of attractions near the restaurant, allowing travelers to keep busy day and night. Two of the closest places of interest from this business include Le Maison du Crabe Museum and Rhum Damoiseau Tour, both of which are just a short drive away.

There are a few neighboring outdoor pursuits and other activities to fill those energetic afternoons if you have some extra time. Visitors who drop by for the day might wish to arrange an afternoon at the nearest golf course, Golf de St-Francois. Also, consider bringing the flip flops for Arawak Beach, which you will find to be the most nearby beach and is only a short distance away away. Also, these two aren't the only options that exist for beaches, courses, and outdoor pursuits in the surrounding area.

Nearby Restaurants

For guests in the mood for another local restaurant with some similar kinds of food or a similar ambiance, there are quite a few nearby dining spots to choose between, including I.Pâtes.

However, if you're looking for a change of pace, this section of Grande-Terre provides a long list of restaurants choices that will suit the tastes of almost every type of diner. For example, you could also consider Caribbean food at Le Mandiana, which is about three quarters of a mile away.

Hours

Although closed on Sundays, you can sit down to a delectable lunch from noon to 3:00 p.m. and dinner from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.

Contact Info

Location: 3 ZAC de Damencourt, Grande-Terre

Phone: (059) 023-2604

Website: http://www.restaurant-indien-guadeloupe.com/

 

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