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Historic. Step into yesteryear at this former plantation dating back to 1700. Here guests can dive into a menu of French, Caribbean and Asian dishes. Many of the entrées incorporate local produce. The rustic ambience encourages a relaxed atmosphere with well-prepared dishes that include baked codfish, free-range chicken coq au vin blanc and Keshi Yena—a mixed meat dish with raisins, prunes and nuts baked as a casserole with Edam and Gouda cheeses which is both savory and sweet! In addition there is a three and four course meal option available. If you find yourself here during breakfast you can expect 20 different pancakes to choose from.