TLe Barthélemy is one of the most exciting hotels to open in recent times – and Aux Amis is its flagship restaurant.
The first thing you will notice about Bonito is the view. Located on a hill in Gustavia, the restaurant enjoys an unbeatable panoramic outlook over the harbour.
It may be cosy, but it’s packed with charm. We think it’s one of the finest places to enjoy fresh fish on the island.
With its colonial-style dark wood furniture, canary yellow furnishings and traditional Caribbean recipes, François Plantation is an experience you simply cannot miss.
When romance is in the air, there’s no better table than at Jarad at Le Toiny, located at one of the world’s finest hotels.
This is, in our opinion, the best Italian restaurant in St Barts.
Located at the iconic Isle De France hotel – a venue known for its exceptional food, service and views.
If you’re searching for an authentic French West Indies experience, it’s hard to think of a more idyllic setting than Jean Imbert’s La Case.
Nestled amongst palm trees in a beautifully-lit garden, Tamarin creates an aura of tranquillity unmatched on the island.
Le Toiny is a hidden paradise on Toiny Bay, where you can enjoy the very best of the Caribbean lifestyle.
It’s a world famous name and THE place you are most likely to spy a famous face.
Don’t let the humble façade fool you. This tiny house in the heart of Gustavia is home to some of the finest sushi we’ve ever tasted.
If you’re searching for something completely different, we recommend the Restaurant L’esprit – it has arguably the most creative menu on the island.
Following the recent renovations, the all-new Sand Bar opened in 2019, becoming the signature restaurant at the world-famous Eden Rock hotel.
Whether it’s your first time on the island or your fiftieth, no visit would be complete without dining at Santa Fe.
Located on Shell Beach, Shellona is a fairly new addition to St Barts, but its chic interiors, comfy loungers and unique cocktails have already made a lasting impression