St. Barth's

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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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French
4 reviews
The signature restaurant at the Isle de France resort is, like the hotel, pretty wonderful in every way. — Frommer's
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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
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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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
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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
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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
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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
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Sit down
2 reviews
French-Japanese fusion is done to perfection at Orega, a newcomer set in a tiny, historic house in the heart of Gustavia. — Travel + Leisure
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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
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