The Bananeraie, a museum break

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The Bananeraie, a museum break

With this exotic address right next to the Banana Museum, Creole cuisine is revealed in a new light.

Sainte-Marie is an ancient banana plantation that was turned into a museum dedicated to Martinican culture. After visiting the old mansion and vast shady park, a gourmet meal is required to digest everything you have just learned. The Banana Museum is a nice restaurant for 90 people, nestled in a typical Creole building that opens onto the surrounding lush nature. Being as it is on a former banana plantation, the chef serves local cuisine with a particular deference to bananas. The entire menu explores the possibilities of this fruit of the tropics, like ti-nain fritters, banana cassoulet and in lieu of apples in a Tarte Tatin. The beverages follow the same principle, with an amazing choice of cocktails, milkshakes, and beer, all to be enjoyed in moderation. Unusual and informative.

La Bananeraie
Habitation Limbé
Quartier Fourniols
97230 Sainte-Marie

+596 (0)596 53 67 94

Menu: around 20 EUR