At the foot of Mount Pelée is a sugar cane plantation, which has been run by the Habitation Depaz estate, producer of the eponymous rum, since 1631. The Le Moulin à Cannes restaurant has been housed there since 2006 and promotes North Caribbean cuisine. Here. the talk is all about local produce and they are committed to bringing little known crustaceans and fish and using them in dishes designed for today’s tastes: Velouté of cassava with sea urchin coral, melt-in-the-mouth sea snails, fricassée of octopus and grilled Jackfish. A highly original location, where you can both discover one of the oldest plantations on the island and treat yourself to all things Creole.