Le Tamarin

Top 4% of restaurants in St. Barth's
8 / 10

4 expert reviews

“Famed for leisurely lunches that last a bit too long.”

– BlackBook

"The perfect place for a lazy afternoon on the beach, this open-air bistro sits amid rocky hills and forests on the road to Plage de Saline, in a thatched gingerbread cottage." Full review
"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. " Full review
Don't miss the beautifully presented, enormous profiteroles for dessert.
Travel + Leisure
"A 200-year-old tamarind tree marks the entrance of this lovely, atmospheric restaurant, which is a perfect stopover on the way to Salines Beach." Full review

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