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After the success of their restaurant in Ducos, Tomawok has recently opened a second location in Fort-de-France. It is no surprise that they have done well, for their winning formula of speed, transparency in preparation, nutritional balance and tasty results has won them many loyal customers.


Martinique owes its eclectic culinary tradition to a mix of cultures and influences, creating Creole specialties that combine French sophistication with African spice and flavour, drawing also on Asian ideas. Seafood features prominently on any menu, including shellfish, smoked fish, crab, stewed conch and curry dishes. Start your meal with a mixed rum drink and finish with a fine vintage, and indulge in the flavours and aromas of the rich Martinican cuisine.