If you are a foodie, St. Barts is your heaven! Our beautiful island hosts some of the most spectacular restaurants in the world, led by renowned chefs who create dishes from around the world with the freshest local ingredients. Whether you are up for a formal dinner or want to relax with tapas on the beach, you are never short of choice!
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Enjoy Saint-Barth’s exciting new “Bohemian Beach Club”. It embodies a Caribbean bohemian vibe where you can come barefoot with salt in your hair. It’s the place to be for those who love barbecue! The restaurant, planted firmly in the sand, is decorated in shades of blue to pay homage to the waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean that embrace the island. Tie-dyes and indigo blends are mixed with raw denim and fabrics with tropical coral prints, as well as faded blue cashmere to harmonize with the white sands and green palm trees. Open for lunch.

La Petite Plage

The essential Tropezienne hotspot, La Petite Plage, now sets up in Saint-Barthélemy on the port of Gustavia — redesigned with authentic and natural ambiance. Using a refined combination of wood and wicker, this restaurant creates a cozy and chic atmosphere that’s perfect for a unique evening with friends and family. With feet in the sand, guests will enjoy innovatively fresh summer dishes with a splash of the West Indies for a Caribbean gourmet experience. Open for dinner.


Mix gourmet Japanese cuisine with Saint Barth’s French-inspired lifestyle and you’ll find yourself at Kinugawa. It’s the first restaurant opened on the island by the acclaimed Blackcode Group, who operate several flagship restaurants in France. Located just a few steps away from the waterfront, this elegant restaurant presents the best of sophisticated Japanese gastronomy: sushi, sashimi, tempura, tataki, fresh grilled fish and meat, caviar, and topped with a tropical dessert. With a relaxed ambiance, Kinugawa provides the perfect setting for an evening on the town, complete with DJ for a musical interlude. Open for dinner.

François Plantation

François Plantation is a nod to the hotel’s epicurean past. Fresh and light, this well-known island restaurant offers sophisticated French cuisine with flourishes of local colour: Bouillabaisse, roasted veal chops with Caribbean spices, coconut cream and flambéed pineapple. There’s a little island flavour in every bite.

You can also enjoy cocktails around the plantation style bar. Try a coco punch, a refreshing mojito, or one of the finest selections of rum on the island. So sit back in the heart of the garden with the gentle touch of island air or relax with a fine cigar at the exclusive smokehouse. Open for dinner.


A raffia lampshade hangs over every table, providing the perfect setting for couples, families and friends! Their eclectic menu was created under the direction of executive chef Laurent Cantineaux who has worked at the famous Troisgros in Roannes, in Daniel Boulud’s kitchens in New York, and has been influenced by the flavours of Peru and Venezuela.

Chef Laurent Cantineaux creates dishes that blend classic French techniques with ingredients from South America. Gourmet cuisine and a warm atmosphere make you feel like you are visiting life-long friends! Open for dinner. Closed on Sundays.

L’Esprit Saline

For Jean-Claude Dufour, cuisine is above all a sense of discovery and inspiration — a perpetual journey into the flavours he reinvents every evening. He’s a true perfectionist and meticulously seasons every dish and carefully oversees the presentation of every plate before it leaves his kitchen.

His enticing menu features a mix of classic and new recipes. For starters: duck spring rolls, salad of white cabbage and mango, or seared foie gras. This is followed by mouth-watering specialties: roast pigeon, chestnut-artichoke tortellini, or braised veal with ravioli and butternut blinis. The menu places an accent on seafood with lobster ravioli, roast scallops with coppa, or turbot steaks. Open for dinner. Closed on Wednesdays.

Case de L’Isle

From breakfast to dinner, this alfresco restaurant serves exquisite locally-inspired French cuisine imagined by executive chef, Yann Vinsot. It boasts a selection of more than 150 French wines and champagnes that complement these elegant, light and colourful dishes. Open for dinner.

Aux Amis

Perched by the water’s edge, with a dazzling view of the lagoon, Aux Amis (at Le Barthélemy hotel) wraps patrons in unique ambiances according to the time of day. For lunch, they offer light and flavourful cuisine, with meat made on the rotisserie and fish à la plancha — perfect for a day at the beach. At sunset, embraced by the soft sound of the waves, the restaurant offers a gourmet menu that blends the best of French, West Indian, and international flavours in a relaxed yet elegant setting.


A lush tropical garden opens to reveal the stylish and enchanting dining areas of Tamarin — each with a different feel and vibe. The main restaurant pavilion is elegant and hip, perfect for people watching while enjoying delectable international cuisine. Open for dinner. Closed on Mondays.


In a small tropical garden tucked in the capital city, Eddy’s restaurant invites you to taste French cuisine with local and Creole influences, and the freshest local fish. Open for dinner. Closed on Sundays.

Santa Fé

The restaurant Santa Fé is magical, where two terraces boast spectacular views of the sea and neighbouring islands. With convivial ambiance, it's a perfect place to relax and enjoy yourself. Patrons are presented with lovely views of the ocean, cool breezes, and soothing calm punctuated by singing birds and exquisite food. Open for dinner. Closed on Wednesdays.

La Langouste

Overlooking the Bay of Flamands, La Langouste offers a varied menu that combines Creole and French cuisine: Dover sole, raw fish and ceviche, fresh local tuna, mahi-mahi, and colas. Those who prefer meat can enjoy lamb osso bucco, chicken brochettes, beef filet, or veal chops. Their specialty is fresh lobster, selected right from the tank, grilled and served with three special sauces created by chef Michel.

Grain de Sel

Eddy, your Guadaloupean chef, greets you with a warm smile at the entrance to Saline Beach and invites you to taste his savoury Creole cuisine. The lunch menu has something for every taste: fusion creations with hints of French, Asian and Caribbean cuisine. For dinner, there are Caribbean specialties: fricassee of conch, squash stuffed with cod, or giant shrimp roasted in beer sauce. And to finish off a delicious meal, dessert is a coconut and mango blancmange with tourment d’amour, a local coconut pastry.


Isola brings the flavours and essence of Italian cuisine to St Barth. Renowned for their sophisticated Italian recipes, patrons are treated to the finest ingredients imported directly from Italy. An elegant restaurant with a warm ambiance gifts diners with a memorable culinary experience. Open for dinner. Closed on Mondays.


In the centre of Gustavia, just a few steps away from the giant anchor resting across the Anglican Church, is Orega (“it’s mine” in Japanese). A newcomer on the gourmet scene in St Barth, this restaurant quickly developed a stellar reputation. The restaurant’s success comes from its Franco-Japanese fusion concept, developed by its founders: Greg, who started the project; and artist Kate Kova, who designed the décor and adorned the dining room with her paintings. Open for dinner. Closed on Sundays.

Baz Bar

Famous for their legendary sushi and music mix! Patrons are treated to live music with local performers, fresh sushi, and views of Gustavia harbour. Closed on Sundays.

Black Ginger

Full-flavoured and authentic Thai cuisine at its finest! With its colourful atmosphere, Black Ginger creates harmonious dishes with a perfect balance of flavours that are a treat for your senses. Open for dinner. Closed on Tuesdays.


A warm welcome with a charming accent takes you directly to the heart of Italy! With the best pizza in St Barth, this true “Roman style” pizzeria features high-quality ingredients imported directly from Italy. Served by the slice or by the metre (or half), their pizza is light, generous and delicious.


Exoticism and simplicity. Flavours and spices awaken your taste buds and stimulate your senses as you experience the colours of the Caribbean: Mahi-mahi, puffed rice, coconut, ginger, mint; followed by cannelloni, grilled lobster, smoked paprika, canola oil, green asparagus; and to complete your meal, a Baba with dark rum. The chef’s modern cuisine is constantly evolving with influences from around the world.

La Guérite

Visit La Guérite at the tip of Gustavia’s Harbour, and discover authentic Mediterranean cuisine, created by one of the prodigies of Greek gastronomy: Yiannis Kioroglou. Open for dinner. Closed on Sundays.

Le Ti St Barth

Allow yourself to be tempted by a fresh filet of fish or a tender slice of beef perfectly cooked over a wood-burning fire by chef Pascal Giglio, maître-restaurateur for over 20 years. Live entertainment unfolds right by your table as you enjoy your dinner: fabulous dancers and performers whirling to the rhythms of DJ Franck N. Open for dinner.


A hit in New York, Bagatelle opened their second location along the waterfront in Gustavia: a trendy brasserie with chic French style and party atmosphere. They are well-known for their updated French cuisine with Mediterranean accents — served in a relaxed atmosphere and perfect for sunset drinks or a festive dinner. Open for dinner. Closed on Sundays.

Nikki Beach

Nestled on the magnificent beach of Saint-Jean, Nikki Beach Saint Barth is a luxurious haven for the world’s jet-set clientele — bringing celebration, sophistication and excitement to the island. Opened in 2002, it's simple in its beauty: all-white plush sunbeds, chic drapery and the brand’s trademark teepees throughout the beach club. It’s recognized as the playground of choice for the world’s most well-known celebrities. Open for lunch.


Shellona welcomes you to the famous Shell Beach, renowned for its thousands of shells. Just below the Hôtel Barrière Le Carl Gustaf St Barth and in the very heart of Gustavia, enjoy a remarkable experience facing the Caribbean Sea. Have lunch at this unique location while grooving to the DJ or live music, relax on their sunbeds, or taste one of their cocktails — set to the backdrop of the most beautiful sunset on the island.

Pearl Beach

This restaurant is one of the most popular places on the island. With feet in the sand, experience fine cuisine with a unique blend of French culinary art and Latin seasoning — all thanks to its French chef, who creates a powerful medley of style, a fusion-based menu and healthy food. This is also the home of unbeatable entertainment and events, such as daily fashion shows, live bands and DJs, fire shows and Saturday Bikini Brunch. It’s all part of the beach’s spirited charm.


Manapany combines the best ingredients the island has to offer: seafood, aromatic herbs, and fruits and vegetables grown right on the premises. The restaurant’s dishes are simple and genuine, cooked with fresh spices and subtly complex aromas. Succulent lobsters are cooked over a grill. And, in a land of rum, this sweet pleasure is no less important, filling baba pastries, flavouring the gâteau nantais, and creating a new spin on the crêpe suzette. Open for lunch.


In a fabulous setting by the swimming pool, Mango Beach Club is the perfect place to enjoy a toes-in-the-sand lunch. Chef Nicolas Tissier creates delicate gourmet cuisine, served next to spectacular views of St. Jean Bay and neighbouring islands. A sense of total escape awaits you. Open for lunch.

Aux Amis Plage

Offering island-inspired French cuisine during lunch and dinner, Aux Amis is elegant but never stuffy. Keep your toes in the sand and allow Aux Amis Plage to bring the flavours of the restaurant to the beach — from all-day snacks and smoothies at Le Turquoise pool bar and expertly brewed coffee beverages at Le Coffee Bar to the magic of live music and cocktails served seaside at the new St Barts rooftop bar Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot.

Sand Bar

Located on the fine sand beach of St Jean (at the foot of the iconic rock that defines Eden Rock – St Barths hotel), the Sand Bar has breathtaking views of turquoise seas and basks in colonial style mixed with the ambiance of the beaches of St Barthélemy. The restaurant is led by renowned executive chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who has created dishes inspired by his celebrated restaurants. From breakfast to dinner, the Sand Bar is the place to enjoy great food in a convivial atmosphere.

Lil Rock

Lil Rock is the perfect beachfront restaurant to have lunch and spend the afternoon in true St Barth style! With your feet in the sand, sample the international cuisine while taking in the spectacular views of the turquoise waters and beaches of St Jean. The friendly staff will be sure to welcome you with a winning combo: freshly-made planter’s punch and a choice of fresh flavours, such as mahi-mahi tartare, carpaccio, langouste, salad Niçoise and tapas. Enjoy these succulent delights with sizzling entertainment — from live music to local DJs.


Located on the beach in Grand Cul-de-Sac, in the heart of the 5-star Le Sereno hotel, the restaurant Sereno Al Mare enjoys an entirely open-air concept. It embraces the magnificent waterfront setting, while the incredible view of the lagoon sets the scene for an outstanding gourmet experience.


Situated between Le Guanahani’s two palm-studded beaches, Indigo on the Beach is the essence of barefoot elegance and the most picturesque spot for toasting the sunset. In this relaxed atmosphere, surrounded by postcard-perfect views of the sea, guests enjoy light fare from Indigo and refreshing hand-crafted cocktails.

Toiny Beach

On the “Côte sauvage” or “wild coast” of Saint Barth, the Bay of Toiny is home to the prestigious 5-star hotel, Le Toiny, and its gourmet dinner restaurant Jarad. For lunch, with feet in the sand, it’s the Beach Club, where you can enjoy cold cocktails under the hot Caribbean sun. And to satisfy your appetite, they serve fresh fish, grilled meat and salads. Accessible by a private shuttle from the hotel, the Beach Club is more than just a restaurant. You can easily spend the entire day there — from the massage booth to the swimming pool and the ocean.

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