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“Superb homemade Creole food.”
Review of Lakaz

Lakaz
Ranked #9 of 10 Restaurants in Anse Volbert
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 12 August 2012

We came across this place based on a recommendation from the manager of our hotel and boy were we glad we ate there. It's not a fancy place if you are looking for that instead it is a small family run hotel that serves up some very tasty, homemade Creole food. The lady of the house is the cook and she served us some delicious grilled fish and it was just yummy! We cleaned up our plates and could have easily eaten a second portion but that would have been greedy!!:-)

I am sure that if they continue to serve food like this, they will grow into a full fledged restaurant and I wish the family the very best in their endeavors. Definitely a must try!

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1  Thank TequilaDubai
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Reviewed 25 February 2012

I went with my husband on a rainy night to have dinner here. They brought a towel for us to dry ourselves to make us comfortable. The restaurant is very basic, all with natural materials, no bricks nor cement, a comfy hut would probably be the best way to describe it. The food was delicious, portions were large, and the owner, Kevin, was very pleasant. We recommend it wholeheartedly. If you are looking for an authentic experiece his is it: the food IS great, but it is a 'hut'. Bring your own wine! They don't serve wine but allow you to bring your own if you want.

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2  Thank virpideoliveira
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Reviewed 31 October 2011

This gem of a place was recommended by one of the girls at Octopus Divers. For 300 Rps, we ate like kings. Such good value for money considering the often ripoff prices that abound on the islands. We had a selection of tasty creole dishes laid before us, with a cool SeyBrew (beer) to wash it all down. The setting is so down to earth, very rustic with palm leaves and wood. Typical creole. Service with a hearty smile. We would definitely come back again!

3  Thank AndyMaxx
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Reviewed 23 October 2011

The food was passable and very expensive (SCR 300 for a few shrimps). The exchange rate into euros was by far the worst on the island. There are definitely better places out there.

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1  Thank Ross E
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Reviewed 2 September 2011

If you have ever been to a she been in Soweto and felt comfortable then this is the place for you. We had a great plate of prawns and a smoothy all of which was basically all that they had and could offer us. But it was great. You have to be in the mood for something a little rough though. Bt if that is what you are looking for , then lakaz is your place.

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Thank TheNagle
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