This may not be one the best known restaurants in Le Carbet, but it's definitely one of those that serve the best food, carefully prepared with well chosen ingredients. It's a good place to try well-executed Martiniquan specialities, like the "assiette antillaise" with its hot, tender and crispy fried accras and billfish, or the lightly grilled conch fillets ‒ though not local as it's banned from fishing in Martinique. The desserts are generous and tasty. Choose the homemade ones. The beach is ideal for sipping a cocktail along with tapas. You can let your children run free as they are protected by an almost invisible but reassuring net.