What to eat in Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe’s restaurants serve up a blend of well-presented Creole and French specialities.
There’s a strong focus on seafood and curry dishes are also popular, with spices and herbs used with abundance.
Local specialities include cabri (goat), matete (a hot crab curry), blaff (seafood cooked in a seasoned soup), accras (fritters made from vegetables or cod) and ouassou (spring water shrimp).
Top restaurants include Le Mabouya dans La Bouteille, La Playa, Le Poisson Rouge, La Touna and La Roulotte.
There are also plenty of cafes and patisseries offering up French pastries with a Creole twist.