First built as a Guinguette in 1910, Le Petit Poucet was a popular venue among the locals who would gather after a long day’s work to enjoy a drink and a dance by the river. We are not sure how the name came to be chosen, maybe this part of the island at the time was a forest and people had a job finding the place … however the area has since become more residential and after being a café for the locals in the 60’s, Le Petit Poucet was fully refurbished and turned into a restaurant in the 1990’s.

Open for lunch and dinner, the Petit Poucet serves a contemporary French cuisine prepared by Chef Eric Chatellard. Our menus comprise fresh ingredients from the market and change according to season.