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Eating Out

St. Barts features outstanding food, given its strong French influence this is no surprise.

While just about every corner of the island has noteworthy cuisine, there are a few unique spots worth seeking out.

Brunch at Le Toiny, Anse de Toiny $$
The Sunday brunch at Le Toiny, déjeuner à volonté, is a habitual date that can not be missed for visitors of the island of St Barts. Perched high above the Toiny bay, with its understated elegance and intimate location, this restaurant offers the perfect location for an event to remember.

La Case de l’Isle, Les Flamands $$$
The masterful culinary experience of Chef Yann Vinsot combines local influences and French savoir-faire in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere. This ideally located restaurant on the white-sand beach of Les Flamands bay, improvises picnics on a pristine cove, gourmet breaks on the beach and romantic dinner cruises. At lunchtime the beach-front cabana is the perfect setting for a relaxed feet-in- the-sand lunch. In the evenings thanks to the collaboration with the Alchemists, this tented retreat turns into a festive venue for private celebrations.

Tamarin, Grande Saline $$
Around a legendary tamarind tree which gives shade to its tropical garden, the new owners of the restaurant, Paco and Julie, together with their professional staff have revived this unique universe. A beautiful oasis opened all day, for lunch, dinner, and snacks in the afternoon, offering simple and delicious international cuisine in a “casual chic” ambiance that invites you to return time and again.

L’Isola, Gustavia, Rue du Roi Oscar II $$$
L‘ Isola is the restaurant of Fabrizio Bianchi and his wife Diana. With its cozy and welcoming atmosphere of the typical Italian restaurant-pizzeria makes a splash among the guests on the island with its Italian top products such as the buffalo mozzarella or the various risottos. Open only in the evenings, it features only an indoor dining area, perhaps its only flaw.

Maya’s, Plage de public $$$
So essential is dinner at Maya Gurley’s eponymous little Creole wonderland that it requires more than a single visit in order to fully savour its Creole and French cuisine on the dock while admiring the ocean. The waterfront dining room on an unlikely stretch of Plage de Public is beloved for its no-fail approach to cuisine: Martinique- born Maya Beuzelin Gurley, the Queen of the Island, proprietor-chef and creator with her American husband, Randy Gurley.

When the sun goes down, the island starts living up to its glamorous reputation. The St. Barts nightlife and dining scene is terrific! view villas