Restaurants for Trendsters in St. Barthelemy
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- 36 reviews
Used to be great, but now it's just like le T, only at the beach, so only go if you're in the mood for a scene. Also, Tom Beach almost always seems to smell like sewage.Popular withFamiliesOutdoor
Do Brazil is Amazing!!! I had the best lobster here and the atmosphere is hard to top. My husband and I liked our lunch here so much, we came back the next night for dinner. We normally don't love very loud music at dinner, but the entertainment at do brazil was infectiously good and we loved every second of our ...
- 52 reviews
Still great! It's easy to complain about the prices and during high season, this restaurant definitely becomes a bit of a scene, but there's no denying the fact that the food is incredibly innovative and delicious, the fish is always fresh, and the desserts are heavenly. If you are longing for Maya's, but want something more casual than the restaurant, ...Popular withWellness
- 62 reviews
A well-located lounge spot that gets a bit crazy at night. This is a great choice for an in-town snack, if you need to get out of the sun for a moment during the day and are in the mood to explore Gustavia.
- 72 reviewsPopular withLuxury
- 101 review
Amazing take-out, made on the premises, makes Kiki e Mo a great resource for those staying in a villa, or for those in the mood for an Italian picnic. The ice cream and smoothies are also great and Kiki and Mo stocks a good selection of Italian groceries-(pasta, olive oil etc).
- 111 reviewPopular withLuxuryGreenBudget
- 121 review
Far and away, my favorite restaurant on the island. Intimate setting on the water in Gustavia. Splendid cuisine and service. Must have the chocolate cake. Can also pick up small prepared items at Maya's-to-go near the airport.
- 131 review
No matter what the food tastes like, the views from this restaurant make it hard to beat. I have heard great things about Bonito and our St. barths villa realtor holds weekly cocktail parties here, which are quite fun, but the last time I ate dinner at this restaurant was when it was still Mandala. I loved the Carribean-influenced food ...
Serious, seriously good French cuisine is served at this very pretty and romantic restaurant, st le Toiny. Prices are high, but the gorgeous and tranquil setting and delicious food almost warrant the cost of a meal here. If you are in the mood to splurge and you are looking for a refined and leisurely dinner out, this is a great ...
- 151 review
Excellent crepe spot up the hill, right in the middle of town. I am not a huge fan of the savory buckwheat crepes, but I know plenty of people who are fans of the ones at this little spot and if you are interested, the crepe with goat cheese is the best of the bunch. I adore sweet crepes and ...