This restaurant is the centerpiece of the Oualie Beach Hotel, the only lodging adjacent to Oualie Beach. The airy building has a bar area and a screened-in veranda just a few steps from the ocean. Every day the chef prepares a creative menu with real Caribbean flair, so you may want to study it closely before ordering. The pleasant staff also makes recommendations. The chef prepares several lobster dishes, and the Creole conch stew is the island's best. Pastas appear frequently, along with some fairly bland international dishes such as chicken breast with rice, fries, or salad. Special nights are Tuesdays, which feature a barbecue surf-and-turf buffet along with a live band; Friday and Saturday nights with another band; and Super Sunday (the last Sun of the month) with steel-band music and beach activities such as the greasy pole. An array of brightly colored rum drinks is available, and you can get a reasonably priced breakfast or lunch here, too.