Second time visiting Philipsburg on our week long stay on island glad we found this cozy place. In Philipsburg there are not too many choices for good food. May be because cruise lines coming often and for tourist everything will work. So, on our first town visit we are at front street, was big disappointment. Glad we asked for French bakery, which are a lot on island. In general we found out it where you can have good breakfast and lunch. Not being too hungry Ed just asked for tasty baking goodies, and was not disappointed. Plus our waitress recommend for me to try their mocha. In such hot day it was ideal- cold flavored coffee drink. We didn't have lunch but I saw menu and what was brought to next table clients. Everything looked good and delicious. Too bad it was our last day on island. Next time we should come here more.
We were staying at an all inclusive resort and came to eat here twice as it was so delicious and a great experience. Hi Natasha and Alain!! This bistro was recommended by Max from Caribbean Gems and one of the best places we have ever eaten. The food was exceptional and fresh. We have never had "red tuna" like this!! Our first visit was so good we went back for our anniversary dinner. From the French wine, friendly conversation and all around welcoming atmosphere - thanks Natasha and Alain. (Alain you were right! A fine cognac goes so very well with a Hennessey cigar :) This was definitely one of the highlights of our trip to St Maarten. Make sure you stop by and have a lunch you won't regret it