While it may not feature gourmet menus or fine cuisine, Le Taitu does offer simply tasty, easy to eat, and cheap food, made in the traditions of the Caribbean locals.
The Creole/Caribbean fare at Le Taitu allows you to eat like a local would, with a lot of seafood, and other meats marinated and seasoned in a way that has a little extra kick. Make sure to check the menu board for daily specials.
Le Taitu is a grill that offers Caribbean and Creole cuisines, as well as seafood. The formality of the menu and service to expect from this restaurant is very casual. This eatery is open for both dinner and lunch, so consider stopping by.
Set in a simple Caribbean style cottage, this spot is quiet, calm, and homey.
Le Taitu is located in Mont Vemon, a neighborhood close to Grand-Case; it is to the northwest of Orient Bay.
You can combine dining experience with excellent local sightseeing opportunities by patronizing one of the area's many attractions, including Hope Estate Archeological Site.
Something else to see during your time in the vicinity is Baie de cul-de-sac, a beach where guests can work on their tans and work up their appetites.
If you and your group are looking to find another local restaurant with some similar menu items or similar prices, there is no shortage of nearby options to choose between, including Palm Beach Restaurant.
Of course, if you're looking for a change of pace, this part of the island of St. Martin and Sint Maarten boasts an excellent range of restaurants choices that will satisfy almost every type of diner. For example, you could also consider French eats at Sol E Luna, which is a short distance away east-northeast.
Entrees at Taitu can be bought for around $20(USD), which is cheaper than at most restaurants on the island.
Location: Rue de Mount Vernon, Mont Vemon, the island of St. Martin and Sint Maarten
Phone: (059) 087-4323
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