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L’ambéric



L’Ambéric is located in the district of Le Tampon at the hamlet of Trois Mares. Seating for 60 to 70 people. Come and taste typical Creole cuisine in a pleasant and congenial setting: carris (pig’s trotters, etc.), nuts and cobs, in particular varieties of amberique, plus local grains used in local cooking such as rougails (rougails margoze, babafigue, pistache. L’Ambéric also serves home-made sweet dishes (bonbon coco, colle au dent, etc.) and appetizing desserts.

  • Name : L’Ambéric
  • Type of restaurant : traditional restaurant
  • Specialties : L’Ambéric combines modern and traditional recipes in its dishes cooked on a wood fire: fry-ups and other preparations based on wasps and other “zandettes” depending on the season.
  • Address : 13 chemin Raoul Hoarau.
  • Contact details :
  • Coordonnées GPS :
    • Altitude: 490 m
    • Latitude: 345687
    • Longitude: 7648195
  • Itinerary :
    • From the south : Take the dual carriageway in the direction of le Tampon. Once at the Tour des Azalées roundabout (on your left), take the third exit on the left (direction ZA Trois Mares). Drive straight on as faR as the roundabout, then take a left and continue straight on as far as the stop sign.
    • From les Plaines : Follow the RN3. Cross Bourg Murat village and drive towards le Tampon. At the Lycée roundabout at kilometer 14, take a left and follow the rue Georges Pompidou. Turn right into the rue du Docteur Charrières just beyond the Super U supermarket which is on your left. Drive down the street as far as the roundabout. Continue straight to the opposite to the next roundabout, then turn left. Continue straight on to the roundabout and turn right into the Chemin de l’Hermitage, then take a left.
  • Opening times :
    • The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Saturday evening.
    • Lunch from midday.
    • Evening meal from 7 pm.
    • Closed Sunday and Monday.
  • Descriptive : L’Ambéric is located in the district of Le Tampon in the hamlet of Trois Mares. Seating for 60 to 70 people. Come and taste typical Creole cuisine in a pleasant and congenial setting: carris (pig’s trotters, etc.), nuts and cobs, in particular varieties of amberique, plus local grains used in local cooking such as rougails (rougails margoze, babafigue, pistache. L’Ambéric also serves home-made sweet dishes (bonbon coco, colle au dent, etc.) and appetizing desserts.
  • Other information : Cash, Chèque, Visa, Eurocard-MasterCard.