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The 10 Best Restaurants in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe

The Market Square in Pointe-à-Pitre is characterized by colorful shop awnings and 19th-century buildings
The Market Square in Pointe-à-Pitre is characterized by colorful shop awnings and 19th-century buildings | © Hemis / Alamy Stock Photo
The overseas French region of Guadeloupe in the Caribbbean has a rich and diverse culture, with obvious European influences. Across its archipelago of 12 islands, Pointe-à-Pitre is the largest city and the economic capital. Culture Trip explores the restaurants you won’t want to miss.


Bar, Restaurant, Japanese
In the business district of Jarry, Yoshi is a pristine, airy sushi restaurant serving up a large selection of dishes such as vegetable dumpling appetiser, or mixed sashimi plate. Choose also from a range of seating options, from the lively sushi bar and tables, or, if you prefer, a quieter private booth. Don’t miss the well priced sake.
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La Route du Rhum

Brasserie, French, $$$
With a perfect view of the boats on the harbour, the picturesque La Route du Rhum is the ideal place to dine with family, friends or loved ones. There’s a decent sized menu, including freshly prepared dishes such as beef skewers and lemon chicken that will not disappoint. They don’t charge for bread or olives, either – a nice gesture.
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Le Plaisancier

Restaurant, French, Caribbean
One of the oldest restaurants in the Marina Pointe-à-Pitre, Le Plaisancier offers excellent quality Creole food. Combining tradition with great views, this is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a leisurely lunch of local fish such as grilled marlin served with basmati rice and broccoli.
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Al Dente

Restaurant, French, Italian
Near the Bas du Fort Marina, Al Dente is a classic Italian eatery combining stunning location with a relaxed ambience. Feast on traditional Italian fare such as gnocchi with gorgonzola, seafood pasta or pizza. Best of all, the bill won’t break the bank, so bring family and friends along for an enjoyable, unhurried lunch.
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These recommendations were updated on March 9, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.