This was the second stop on our food tour of St. Martin. The food was fantastic and the setting was unique with such an amazing history.
1 - 10 of 803 reviews
We stopped as part of the food tour. We were here for about an hour. The food was yummy. We had the BBQ, johnny cake, coleslaw and potato salad. A great casual BBQ restaurant.
Open air picnic tables in the heart of Grand Case! Cold cheap beer whole grilled snapper need I say more! My husband and are attracted to low key casual dinning and this spot hit the mark!
They start all their food fresh every day. It's a typical outdoor beach street local cuisine with two huge old fashioned wood burning smokers. Don't look for fine dining service. Most of the people that eat here are locals. Portions are large and if the...More
We had barbecue plate lunch today with our Foodie Tour of St. Martin. I am from Texas and love BBQ, potato salad and coleslaw. This was really delicious! I highly recommend going if you are in the neighborhood!
We were on a family cruise and one of the ships stops was st. Martin. We had a private driver who took us around the island .. It was really sad to see the destruction on the island from the hurricane.. It’s truly amazing the...More
We moored the boat and swam to shore. The restaurant is just yards from the water. Very reasonable prices and descent food. They really confused us regarding the currency and prices though. I loved the rice and beans! It is an open air restaurant and...More
This restaurant is the best of the Lolo's in Grand Case. The Johny cakes are the best I have ever tasted and same goes for the ribs and chicken. The presentation is classy and the ladies working here are very friendly.
My wife and I had a chance to sample food here today as part of the Flavors of St. Maarten Tour. The owner and his wife are definitely awesome people. We sampled a rib, piece of chicken, potato salad, Cole slaw, and a Johnnie-cake! Great,...More