There aren't many places to eat on Petite Martinique, but the ones that do exist all seem to have one thing in common: they offer alfresco dining. Visitors are able to take advantage of the normally gorgeous weather and picturesque views by taking their meals (which generally consist of local and international cuisine) right in the sand.
For guests who enjoy trying out unusual foods that are specific to the regions they visit, Petite Martinique has a few truly local choices to pick from. Remember that you can read additional info regarding each place on the page by clicking on their names.
Palm Beach Restaurant and Bar is a bar and grill located within northern Petite Martinique. Boasting the unique offering of a water taxi service to guest who would like to dine on-site, Palm Beach Restaurant is a family-owned and operated establishment with years of experience in filling the hungry bellies of tourists looking for delicious West Indian cuisine. If you want to be sure they're open , call them at (473) 443-9103.
A good food venue you might try is The Shipwreck Restaurant. Grilled favorites, local dishes, and the freshest seafood in the area make The Shipwreck a can't-miss dining spot. They're located on Granby Street .
|Palm Beach Restaurant and Bar||6.0 mi. Southeast of Central Ashton||Caribbean||(473) 443-9103|
|The Shipwreck Restaurant||5.9 mi. Southeast of Central Ashton||Caribbean||(473) 440-1521|
The International Restaurant is a buffet located in northern Petite Martinique. The food at the International Restaurant may represent the culinary styles of many different countries, but don't worry about tough decision. Buffet-style service allows patrons to sample a bit of everything. They're located on Dunfermline Street.
|The International Restaurant||5.9 mi. Southeast of Central Ashton||Petite Martinique||International||(473) 438-3127|
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