This beautiful colonial house is the setting of one of the city's best Creole restaurants, run by Mimi, the chef-owner of the restaurant. The atmosphere, though a little noisy, is lively and friendly. Take a look at the menu of classic dishes and daily specials while sipping a traditional "CRS" punch (lemon, rum, sugar). The specials are seasonal, depending on the products available and on the hunting season. You might be able to try agouti fricassee, bwa pork and, especially, the favourite dish of many Guianese : the rare lizard fricassee (green iguana). Here it's all about food. It's a place for Creole cuisine lovers and bwa game connoisseurs. Booking is recommended in the evening on weekends.