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12 Must-See Restaurants to VIsit in HaitiHaïti : Restaurant
12 Must-See Restaurants to VIsit in Haiti
Haïti : Restaurant
  • November 24, 2023
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12 Must-See Restaurants to VIsit in Haiti

Welcome to Haiti, the pearl of the Caribbean! This enchanting country offers much more than white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. To complete your heavenly experience, here is a list of 12 restaurants to visit in Haïti where you can taste the best Haitian dishes.

Haïti : Cyvadier Restaurant - JacmelHaïti : Cyvadier Restaurant - Jacmel

1. Hotel Cyvadier Restaurant - Jacmel

Located in Jacmel, Hotel Cyvadier Restaurant offers stunning views of the Caribbean Sea. With its comfortable rooms and gourmet restaurant, this hotel combines charm and hospitality.

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2. Boukanye - Cap-Haïtien

Ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner facing the ocean, Boukanye is an unmissable place in Cap Haïtien where the atmosphere is in full swing on weekends. Many evenings and concerts are organized for a unique experience.

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3. Lakay - Cap-Haïtien

With a friendly atmosphere, Lakay offers a restaurant and a dance bar. Evening events and concerts are regularly organized, and the cuisine offers a delicious fusion of traditional Creole and international dishes.

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4. Hotel Karibe - Pétion-VIlle

The Karibe Hotel is renowned for its blend of elegance and modernity. Spacious rooms, world-class spa facilities and gourmet restaurants make this hotel a top choice in Pétion-VIlle.

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5. Les Jardins du Mupanah - Port-au-Prince

A quiet and relaxing place after visiting the museum, Les Jardins du Mupanah offers a spacious, comfortable and clean space in the middle of the city center. Modern architecture adds a touch of elegance to these delicious gourmet restaurants.

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6. Yanvalou - Port-au-Prince

A great place in the Pacot neighborhood of Port-au-Prince to dine on your favorite dishes six days a week, sip local coffee accompanied by homemade pastries during our special weekend breakfast. Weekly concerts with outdoor and indoor garden seating available.



Located in Port-au-Prince, GINGERBREAD RESTAURANT is located in a gingerbread-style house, an emblematic architecture of Haiti. The intimate atmosphere and delicious food make it a place not to be missed.

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8. Kokoye Bar & Grill - Port-au-Prince

The Kokoye Bar & Grill is a unanimously acclaimed restaurant serving Creole specialties and pizzas. You can also enjoy burgers, seafood and other delicacies in a warm atmosphere.

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9. Magdoos - Pétion-VIlle

Located in Pétion-VIlle, Magdoos offers an oasis of tranquility. The well-tended gardens and spacious rooms create a relaxing atmosphere, perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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10. Nh Haïti El Rancho - Pétion-VIlle

Nh Haïti El Rancho, in Pétion-VIlle, blends modern elegance with Haitian heritage. World-class facilities, a spectacular swimming pool and exceptional service make it a premier destination.

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11. Cap Deli - Cap-Haïtien

Located in Cap-Haïtien, Cap Deli is a charming restaurant that offers a warm atmosphere. it is a captivating choice where you can taste special dishes that will make you drool.

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12. Hotel Florita Bar and Restaurant - Jacmel

In Jacmel, the Hotel Florita Bar and Restaurant is a place full of charm and history. Housed in an old colonial house, offers a unique experience combining elegance and tradition.

As you explore these restaurants, you will discover the diversity and richness of Haitian hospitality. Whether you are looking for relaxation, adventure or culture, Haïti has everything you need to make your stay unforgettable. Take advantage of these hidden gems and let yourself be carried away by the magic of this heavenly country.

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First black nation to free itself from slavery and gain independence from France in 1804 and influenced other liberation movements around the world, inspiring struggles for freedom and equality.

Natural beauty

Natural beauty

Haïti is blessed with spectacular natural landscapes, including white sand beaches, mountains and rich biodiversity.



Haïti has a rich historical heritage, including sites like the Citadelle Laferrière and the Sans-Souci Palace, listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.



Haïti has a rich and diverse culture, influenced by African, European and indigenous elements. Haitian music, dance, art and cuisine are celebrated around the world.