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Renée offers a wide range of quality products infused with Caribbean flavours, including pastries, croissants, and some fast food, but the trademark product is the Renée sandwich, a special sandwich made with bacon and cheese. Today Renée has several locations around the city of Pointe-a-Pitre, including the centrally located one listed below on Rue Frébault.


Guadeloupian cuisine, like much of the island's culture, is the result of a mix of influences. Creole specialities have strong French characteristics and use local spices and flavours to give dishes their unique character. Seafood features heavily on most menus, but local specialities are diverse, including things like goat and many exotic fruits. Many of the city's best restaurants are located around the Marina at Le Gosier, offering expertly prepared dishes and stunning harbour views.