This long-time food truck and roadside eatery, with plastic chairs and tables with beach umbrellas, faces the popular Sainte-Anne Beach. It is known for serving excellent, cheap bokits–the traditional Guadeloupean sandwich. It’s like a johnnycake stuffed with your choice of meat or vegetable, fried, and usually consumed beachside, day or night. Marius et Sylvie’s place also serves cod fritters, salty and sweet crepes, and ice cream. It’s an easy pick for a quick bite between beach swims and naps.