Where to Eat

Where to Eat

Arts et Délices

Here, the owners selected exceptional gourmet food products just for you: chocolates, nougats, jams, foie gras, teas, wines and spirits—everything needed to delight the taste buds of a confirmed foodie! All these products were chosen from artisans known for their expertise and the excellence of their products in order to guarantee you the finest quality.

29 rue Boursaint
508 41 40 41

Boulangerie Beck

A soft crumb, a crusty exterior, the mouth-watering smell of good bread—you’ve come to the right place!

7 rue Amiral Muselier
508 41 25 75

Boulangerie Girardin

Located in the heart of downtown Saint-Pierre, this bakery awaits you with a large selection of sweet and savory products: bon appétit!

16 Place du Général De Gaulle
508 41 41 97

Cafétéria L’Envol

The airport cafeteria is run by the association CLEF. The perfect place to have a bite to eat while waiting for your plane or to take advantage of the duty-free store for your last-minute purchases, this space can also be rented for private events.

Aéroport Saint-Pierre Pointe Blanche
508 55 01 60

CIA—gourmet food products, wine merchant

If you’re looking for beverages (alcoholic or not), cigarettes, gourmet food products or frozen food items, you’ll undoubtedly find what you need here, for both retail and wholesale purchases.

Rue Albert Briand
508 41 47 97

Guillard Gourmandises

This is the gourmet hangout! Playing the combined roles of artisanal pastry chef, chocolate maker and confectioner, this artisanal shop, specializing in fine French pastries, has existed for over 40 years.

31, rue Boursaint
508 41 31 40

La Maison du Cadeau

One location containing two very different shops: the first is dedicated to interior decoration, home fragrances and gifts, the second is a gourmet food shop where you’ll find many French gourmet food items (chocolates, jams, teas and coffees). But what they have in common is that they both offer a nice selection of souvenirs to take back home.

Place du général de Gaulle
508 41 39 80

La Ruche

A cozy atmosphere awaits you at this bakery and tea room, where you can enjoy a relaxing moment.

5 rue Marcel Bonin
508 41 40 31

La Ruche

A cozy atmosphere awaits you at this bakery and tea room, where you can enjoy a relaxing moment.

5 rue Marcel Bonin
508 41 40 31

Le Tire-Bouchon—gourmet food products, wine merchant

At Le Tire-Bouchon you’ll find a wide array of authentic and original products (wine and spirits, as well as gourmet food products). The products are selected specifically to please your palate, so indulge!

Corner of Rue Amiral Muselier and Rue Maréchal Foch
508 41 98 00

Les Chocolats du Caillou

Heaven for chocolate lovers! You’ll love their handmade chocolates.

Avenue Maréchal Foch
508 55 36 58

Les Délices de Joséphine: coffee shop and light meals

Much more than a traditional French tea room, Les Délices de Joséphine offers light meals and delicious pastries prepared with quality ingredients. Foodies, you’ll be able to enjoy a sweet break between outings. If you are staying at the Nuits Saint-Pierre hotel, you can eat here whenever you want—you only have to go upstairs to get to your room! Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2015 and 2016

10 rue du Général Leclerc
508 41 20 27

Les P’tits Graviers : restaurant

Local products and producers are showcased in this family restaurant. The menu changes regularly to take advantage of seasonal products, but the cooking is always the same: French cuisine that will delight your taste buds.

2, rue Amiral Muselier
508 41 75 28

Maison Audouze: pork butcher, artisanal cannery

La Maison Audouze is a pork butcher/deli and an artisanal cannery. If you enjoy fine food, you should taste these products: delicious prepared foods (canned or frozen), produced in Saint-Pierre under the registered trademark Mon Chef.

43 rue Georges Landry
508 55 07 55

Nico's Grill

A restaurant with a pleasant family atmosphere but also a variety of different meat. The portions are generous and delicious!

18 rue du Général Leclerc
508 41 44 00

Pêcheries Paturel « La Boucanière »

Fish and seafood lovers, this is the place for you! You’ll be able to find out about fish filleting and seafood processing, buy cooked fish or lobster and taste smoked fish products. Not familiar with recipes that use smoked fish? This is a great opportunity to discover a few!

Boulevard Colmay
508 41 39 75 (ou 508 55 57 56)

Restaurant Crêperie du Vieux Port

Breton crepes, French cuisine or burgers—you have your choice at this restaurant at the Old Port.

10 Rue du 11 Novembre
508 41 27 00

Restaurant Le Feu de Braise

This restaurant invites you to enjoy traditional French cuisine in the midst of its warm and relaxing decor. An added plus: diners get to enjoy a fabulous view of one of the most lively streets in Saint-Pierre.

14 rue Albert Briand
508 41 91 60

Révolution : restaurant

Are you hungry and pressed for time? Here you’ll find delicious pizzas, burgers, paninis, fast food dishes to eat on the premises or to take out.

8 rue Maître Georges Lefèvre
508 41 40 40

SNPM: preparation of fish and seafood specialties

This agri-food business offers you fish and seafood products that it has caught and processed. Both ready-to-cook and frozen products are available for purchase.

11 rue Georges Daguerre
508 41 08 91

The Jézéquel House: coffee shop on l’île aux Marins

This establishment is a typical fisherman’s family home. On the first floor, you’ll find an exhibit representing the salt works of the fisherman with his dory and fishing equipment. The second floor contains a cafeteria in the place where the family’s living quarters used to be. Lastly, the attic houses another exhibit, the sail loft, where you’ll find scale models of boats, as well as material used to make and repair sails and cordage. The perfect place to “learn the ropes” of this occupation while enjoying a nice cup of coffee! A heritage site

Maison Jézéquel, Île aux Marins
508 55 89 03

Boulangerie de Miquelon

For visitors staying on the island of Miquelon, this is the one and only bakery. Be sure to make a note of it if a fresh baguette for breakfast is important to you!

1 rue des Ateliers
508 41 68 68

Chez Janot : restaurant à Langlade

This restaurant, considered a legend on the archipelago, is a must during your visit: the team at Chez Janot will enliven your meal with musical, culinary and fun entertainment. Located near the point of departure of the vessel Jeune France, it’s the ideal place to wait without being bored! 2015 Territorial Award (gold medal)

Au Gouvernement
508 55 01 09

La Ferme de l’Ouest: crop and animal farming

This farm specializes in lamb and fattened duck production. Using the animals raised on the farm, the owners make fine gourmet preserved and semi-preserved products. Light fruit jams are also made using locally-grown fruit. Everything you need to prepare delicious sweet and savory dishes!

7 rue des Îles de la Madeleine
508 41 63 97

La Volière des Îles: poultry farming

The main activity of this poultry farming business is the production of eggs for consumption. They also raise pheasants and will soon add meat chickens. This is THE place to go if you’re crazy about egg dishes, from soft-boiled and hard-boiled eggs to eggs mimosa and beyond!

14 rue du Baron de l'Espérance
508 55 84 02

Restaurant Brian

Recognizable by its gray-shingled exterior, this restaurant is a place where you can enjoy good traditional French cuisine.

18 rue Anne-Claire du Pont de Renon
508 41 64 89

Snack-bar à choix

This snack bar is ideal for quick unplanned breaks. Come enjoy a fast meal without having to make reservations while enjoying a setting featuring the plant and animal life of the archipelago. 2015 Territorial Award (silver medal)

2, rue Sourdeval
508 41 62 00

Le Grand Large Miquelon: cheesemaker

This cheesemaker offers a large selection of goat cheeses.


Place du Général de Gaulle
BP 4208 - CP 97500 - Saint-Pierre
Phone:+508 41 02 00


MNE - Place des Ardilliers
BP 4208 - CP 97500 - Miquelon-Langlade
Phone: +508 41 61 87

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