St. Barth's

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L'Isola
9
$$$
Italian
6 reviews
Risotto, a surprisingly popular dish on this tropical island, comes with langoustines and baby artichokes or mussels, clams, shrimp, and calamari. — Concierge
Sand Bar - Eden Rock
9
$$$
Caribbean
5 reviews
If you’re in the mood for a lunchtime splurge, look no further than Sand Bar, the elegant beach bar at the Eden Rock Hotel. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Le Toiny Restaurant
9
$$$
French
5 reviews
There are classical French ingredients like lobster, foie gras, and truffles throughout, but the island touches—a Caribbean lobster here, some passion fruit and mango there— are our favorites. — Concierge
Bonito St Barth
8
$$$
Seafood
5 reviews
The young Venezuelan owners go to great lengths to see that guests are having as much fun as they are. — Fodor's
La Case
8
$$$
French
4 reviews
The signature restaurant at the Isle de France resort is, like the hotel, pretty wonderful in every way. — Frommer's
Le Tamarin
8
$$$
French
4 reviews
A leisurely lunch here en route to Grande Saline beach is a St. Barth must, but this spot is also tops for dinner or an after-beach snack, too. — Fodor's
L' Esprit
8
$$$
French
3 reviews
Vietnamese-style crispy snapper, caramel sautéed chicken, vegetable tempura, and fish of the day. — Concierge
La Langouste
8
$$$
Caribbean
6 reviews
This small but friendly beachside restaurant in the pool courtyard of Hôtel Baie des Anges lives up to its name by serving fresh-grilled local lobster—and lobster thermidor. — Fodor's
Eddy's
8
$$
Caribbean
5 reviews
This handsome restaurant with an exotic feel – think tropical plants and wooden furniture – is a perennial favorite with locals and tourists in the know. — Lonely Planet
Santa Fe
8
$$$
Seafood
4 reviews
This hillside restaurant in Lurin, a tiny town you pass through on the way to Gouverneur Beach, is a must-visit for those who prefer a place with a sense of history to the new and trendy — Travel + Leisure
Le Ti St Barth
8
$$$
Mediterranean
4 reviews
Over-the-top is the only way to describe this bordello-style restaurant: during the nightly fashion show, lace- and boa-clad models gyrate to a pumping disco soundtrack. — Travel + Leisure
Grain De Sel
8
$$
Caribbean
4 reviews
Le Grain de Sel is a fantastic spot to savor traditional French and Creole meals before hitting the powdery sand for the day. — Lonely Planet
Le Bartolomeo
8
$$$
European
3 reviews
Located within the luxury Hotel Guanahani on St. Barthelemy’s eastern coast, this upscale spot draws a dinner crowd for the innovative, French-Caribbean cuisine and romantic atmosphere. — Travel + Leisure
La Plage
8
$$
Caribbean
3 reviews
Passion-fruit martinis are a must, as are the fresh-caught grilled spiny lobsters and roasted beet "carpaccio." — Fodor's
Le Sereno Al Mare Restaurant
7
$$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
Look for homemade pastas and light, unfussy variations on grilled fish and meats, including the chef's signature Lobster Linguine, made with fresh Caribbean spiny lobster.   — Frommer's
Le Mango
7
$$$
Seafood
2 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
Le Select
7
$
American
3 reviews
Grab a cold Caribe or Ti' Punch, then seat yourself among a mix of locals yearning for a cheap drink, and life-long seasonal vacationers wanting to reminisce. — BlackBook
Kiki-e Mo
7
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
In the heart of St-Jean, this full-service deli has delectable pizza, pasta and desserts, but the real draw is the scrumptious paninis. — Lonely Planet
Crêperie St Barth
7
$$
French
2 reviews
After-party exhaustion leave you with a hankering for melted butter and brown sugar crepes? Look for the green awning and long queues smack dab in the middle of Gustavia. — BlackBook
La Petite Colombe
7
$
Cafe
2 reviews
Though baked goods and bread are for sale in most markets, this is the place to go to get the freshest bread on the island and the tastiest pastries that go straight to your thighs. — BlackBook
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