Anse de Toiny
Situated with views of Hotel Le Toiny’s infinity pool and the Caribbean beyond, Le Gaïac serves French cuisine with a Creole influence. Chef Stéphane Mazières prepares dishes like fresh fish grilled a la plancha (on a flat, metal grill) or roasted squab breast in a pie. On Sundays, there’s an all-you-can-eat Champagne brunch. Since the island isn't suited to agriculture, the hotel built a greenhouse on an old pineapple field, and it is now the source for some of the restaurant's organic produce. Seating extends outdoors to the covered, cliffside pavilion.
The restaurant prepares the signature Parmesan spaghetti with truffles at your table, freshly grating the cheese from an enormous wheel.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
Cuisine Type:: Cajun/Creole