St. Barth's

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French
6 reviews
In a word: formal. Dining room overlooks swimming pool, which overlooks the sea, so your primary background music is waves crashing. Classic French with some Creole touches. — BlackBook
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French
5 reviews
Famed for leisurely lunches that last a bit too long. — BlackBook
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Italian
6 reviews
Tucked inside a vintage Creole house in downtown Gustavia, this très elegant, dimly lit spot is a celebratory place to be, as much for the romantic ambience as for consistently excellent food. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
5 reviews
Phenomenal lunch at privileged Eden Rock locale. — BlackBook
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Seafood
5 reviews
It's simply a gorgeous spot: high up over the glittering Gustavia harbor with creamy white banquettes nestled into the curve of the open-air deck. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
6 reviews
The setting is casual, but it's tough to land a table at this popular Hotel Baie des Anges eatery. — Concierge
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French
4 reviews
For an elegant lunch, nothing beats the seaside restaurant at the Cheval Blanc hotel, with its white tablecloths, wooden floors, campaign chairs, and rose-colored glasses. — Travel + Leisure
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French
3 reviews
Vietnamese-style crispy snapper, caramel sautéed chicken, vegetable tempura, and fish of the day. — Concierge
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Caribbean
5 reviews
By local standards, dinner in the pretty, open-air, tropical garden here is reasonably priced. — Fodor's
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Seafood
5 reviews
The view makes for enchanted evenings. — BlackBook
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
The limited, constantly changing market menu is built around the freshest ingredients available, much of its produce shipped in daily from the loamy soil of Guadeloupe. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
4 reviews
Depending on the winds, the water can be rough. For lunch, head to the open-air restaurant Le Grain de Sel, a five-minute drive away. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
3 reviews
Specializes in freshly baked breads and pastries including French baguettes, croissants, and pain au chocolat (a croissant-like pastry with chocolate). — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Look for homemade pastas and light, unfussy variations on grilled fish and meats, including the chef's signature Lobster Linguine, made with fresh Caribbean spiny lobster.   — Frommer's
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European
3 reviews
Dinner at Bartoloméo never fails to feel like a special occasion, and at these prices you'll want to make it one. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
3 reviews
Passion-fruit martinis are a must, as are the fresh-caught grilled spiny lobsters and roasted beet "carpaccio." — Fodor's
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French
4 reviews
Situated on the Gustavia waterfront and run by a husband and wife team since 1984, Maya's Restaurant cooks up Creole tastes from seafood ingredients that vary daily. — Travel + Leisure
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Seafood
3 reviews
Lobster salad with mango marmalade, house- made french fries, and vivaneau (red snapper) a la plancha are standouts at this hotel restaurant, where white canvas awnings add a nautical touch to open-air dining. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
2 reviews
Filled with glossy timber furniture and lush plants and lit by oversized lamps, this split-level space is a seductive spot for spicy Thai flavors. — Lonely Planet
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American
3 reviews
From the menu of inexpensive burgers, the house specialty is the double-bacon cheeseburger—also known as the Marius Special after the establishment's founder. — Travel + Leisure
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