Head for Marigot to try this restaurant, a mainstay of St. Martin dining for over 20 years now. You'll enjoy the family atmosphere, typical of the Friendly Island, and the dishes that blend French and Creole cuisine, always a popular mix. From Monday to Saturday, at lunchtime and in the evening, Ô Plongeoir's pleasant staff invite you to savor dishes and tapas served non-stop from 11 o’clock in the morning. But the restaurant actually opens at 9am to serve coffee and pastries. So come by and get your day off to a good start.
The chef presents the day’s specials on a chalkboard, but some of Ô Plongeoir’s most popular specialties have become a feature that regular diners look forward to, such as teriyaki tuna tataki with Asian sides, their famous papi shrimp flambéed in pastis, flank steak with goat’s cheese, and seafood pasta. For dessert, everyone usually loves the tarte tatin, profiteroles, and coconut flan. And you'll love the house tradition of proposing a free after-dinner liqueur, the famous “ti bitin”, a delicious rum-based drink often served in the West Indies to round off a meal.