African Cuisine in Guadeloupe

If you find yourself in the mood for African cuisine, don't miss an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a few places in Guadeloupe where you can try some.

With options including everything from the very casual attitude at Le Gondwana to the dives where beer and wine are just as important to dinner as the fare, you're sure to locate a menu item with just the right elements.

Below, scan and read details about the limited, though enticing, options for African restaurants you'll run across as you're out on the town. You can click each restaurant's name to read more about its hours, locale, and even nearby attractions.

Wam Africa

Baillif | (069) 057-1878

Wam Africa is a good option worth considering if you're thinking about visiting this village or a nearby area. If you're wondering, Basse Terre is three miles (four and a half kilometers) to the southeast. The overall vibe to expect from this awesome bar and grill is completely casual, and that's good because patrons will appreciate the laid-back feel as they eat simple, outrageously good grub. <p>This restaurant serves African dishes, most specifically those from the Senegal culture. The menu consists of mostly grilled items such as yassa, tiep bou dien, and mafe. Have your meal with the traditional mint tea.</p>

Iguane Café

Saint-Francois | (059) 088-6137

Iguane Café can be found in Saint-Francois, a city on Grande-Terre; to the east of Pointe A Pitre. Craving hot, shareable plates of food in a beautiful yet informal environment? Don't miss the laid-back ambiance and service at this bistro. <p>The dining room at the cafe has a contemporary feel with a homey nature. Iguanas are the theme, but it pops up in unexpected places rather than being in your face and overwhelming.</p>

Le Gondwana

Bas-du-Fort | (059) 028-2488

Situated on the outer parts of Pointe A Pitre, south-southeast of "downtown," Le Gondwana is a viable option for travelers exploring this neighborhood or the surrounding area. The character and formality of this awesome café is not formal in the least, so, of course, your gang can wear something comfortable, and feel free to have mouthfuls of African food.

You can't plan for it, but sometimes the best culinary offerings in Guadeloupe are the ones you stumble upon while trekking the town of your choice. However, including a few intriguing establishments in your travel plans, will keep your mind at ease. To read more information regarding the kinds of food awaiting you, check out this page.


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