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 grill where they proudly serve their take on Indian cuisine. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is informal. The option to eat here is on the table during dinner only, so make sure to plan your visit around the limited hours they are open.

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

Maharajah Monty Damencourt is located near the middle of the island of Grande-Terre, near Le Moule; it is to the east-northeast of Pointe A Pitre.

If you're hoping to merge your dining experience with some excellent sightseeing opportunities, you'll find a handful notable things to see and do within a reasonable distance, like Rhum Damoiseau Tour.

There are a few fairly nearby outdoor pursuits and other activities to fill those sunny days you're eager to try something new. Golfers who consider a day on the fairways relaxing can leisurely practice (or take serious score) at the closest golf club, Golf de St-Francois, which is not too far from Maharajah Monty Damencourt. Also, consider bringing the flip flops for Arawak Beach, which you will find to be the closest beach and is only a short distance away away. And, these attractions are only a few options among a group of beaches and golf courses nearby.

Nearby Restaurants

For guests trying to find another area restaurant that has some similar menu items or a similar price range, there are quite a few nearby dining spots to choose between, including I.Pâtes.

Then again, if you're looking for something different, this section of Grande-Terre boasts a large selection of food and beverage establishments, where you'll encounter all types of flavors and cuisine styles. For example, you can also try Caribbean food at Le Mandiana, which is about three quarters of a mile away.

Hours and Other Info

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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