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Two weeks of eating in St. Martin


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Two weeks of eating in St. Martin

Bank of Dad | Dec 17, 2008 07:35 AM

We tried four restaurants that were new to us, and several we have been to previously. These rating are on a scale of 1=terrible, 10=great. We were here 11/30/08 to 12/13/08.

Uncle Harrys--on the road near the airport, in the boatyard. This is a boat? pier? that serves food. I did feel some slight motion of something moving. We had grilled shrimp and grilled carribean lobster. The lobster was about an 8, the shrimp about a 7. People near us had steaks, they looked ok, but bland.

Skipjack--in Simpson Bay. Ended up going there twice. My mahi was about a 7, tuna about a 7, cod in cheese sauce about an 8.

The Hide-away--in LaVista resort in Simpson Bay. Service was mixed here. They forgot my oinion soup, that made the main courses uneven. Mahi--6, Snapper--6.

Halsey's--in Simpson Bay. Great service. Grouper--10, mixed filling ravioli--8, chicken--7.5, tuna---7.5

La Gondola--Cupecoy Beach. Sort of upscale Italian food, next to the casino. All types of attaire here. Veal Parmesan--8, Four Cheese ravioli--8, Osso Bucco--8, Fish--8.5. Excellent service.

Temptation--Cupecoy Beach. We have been here numerous times, it is still very good.
Asian Duck, very sweet-8, Scallops--9, grilled veal chop--10, short ribs, a little salty--8.
Very good service.

Tropicana--Marigot Harbor. We have been here several times before. Great service.
Pork special--9.5, Red Snapper --10, Lobster Thermodore 10

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