We had a wonderfull dinner ... we enjoyed the mango frozen nd the conch meat soup ... the karaoke man was just awesome we had so much fun that we will go back for sure ... we ate lobster on the next day dey was...More
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So here's the deal. There is no more all your can eat lobster anymore. We went in July 2016 and the way it works is that each person gets two tokens, each good for a half grilled lobster, so one whole lobster per person. There...More
You need a reservation to get in,lots of parking,restaurants is very busy,Imsuggest taking cash instead of credit card,you can eat as much lobsters as you like,Bu can't take it with you..very good deal if going in a group.
We were recommended this restaurant on our tour of the island, the bus driver said this was the oldest and most traditional restaurant on St Martin. You could say I had high expectations for the place and I was very disappointed. We went upon our...More
We visit St Martin annually and we always visit the Mini Club. During our last visit, we arrived on the night of their buffet only option. That is, no menu service. While I recall it was quite pricy (I'm thinking it was around 30 euros...More
The last time we were in Marigot, five year's ago, the Mini Club was owned by Madame Claude, who ruled with an iron hand. Everything had to be perfect and her Buffet was. All you could eat lobster, Prime Rib, Leg of Lamb, duck, chicken,...More
the place is in need of a make over; but the food shines...and the view is A+...the lobster sandwich ($20) was the best in my world...
Made the choice to eat here because I like lobster! And of coarse reading reviews. We went to the Wed. night buffet. The lobster is there but you get lobster tokens (total of 2) that you trade in when you go through the buffet line....More
Most the time the side dishes are made in advance and taste like it. Their lobester buffet twice a week is a bit better.