Hotel Le Toiny Restaurant

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9 / 10

5 expert reviews

“There are classical French ingredients like lobster, foie gras, and truffles throughout, but the island touches—a Caribbean lobster here, some passion fruit and mango there— are our favorites. ”

– Concierge

Travel + Leisure
"Situated with views of Hotel Le Toiny’s infinity pool and the Caribbean beyond, Le Gaïac serves French cuisine with a Creole influence" Full review
BlackBook
"In a word: formal. Dining room overlooks swimming pool, which overlooks the sea, so your primary background music is waves crashing. Classic French with some Creole touches."
Frommer's
"The house joint at Le Toiny is all it's cracked up to be—and that means a dining experience that's both swooningly theatrical and elegantly homey, if such a thing is possible" Full review
Fodor's
"Hôtel Le Toiny's dramatic, tasteful, cliff-side dining porch showcases gastronomic art." Full review
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Tuesday is Fish Market Night, when you choose your own fish to be grilled, and Sunday (11–2) there's a €43 buffet brunch.


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