Ti-Coin Créole sits at the northern end of the village. Don't expect a view here. What you get however is great food and authenticity.
We were greeted by Carlton, the owner's 7 year old son. He's a sweetie. Being a calm night, the chef Carl himself came to our table to explain the menu and take our orders. My wife had the lobster, I had the stuffed grouper, and my son chose the lamb. We enjoyed our meals. My son had a few comments about the lamb, but it must be put in context: in Quebec we have the best lamb in the world, and his father cooks it to perfection... Spoiled, shall we say?
We also had the pleasure of meeting Carl's sister. It's obviously a family business, and you almost feel like you've been invited for dinner by a real Saint-Martin family.
If you want to try authentic creole food without the "tourist trap" feeling of the lolos, Ti-Coin Creole is for you.
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