St. Jean: Hideaway
Hideaway is the best choice for a budget restaurant in St. Barts. With an English owner, the place is renowned for its warm beer but is always a great place to spend fun time. The menu comprises pretty much …anything, from pizza and salads, to pork, mahi mahi, salmon, pasta, scallops or shrimps.
>>Cuisine: English and International
Gustavia: La Mandala
Located high above the harbor, the restaurant offers a lovely place to dine while watching the sunset. Indulge in items such as grilled shrimp salad with mango, papaya and orange sauce or poultry tempura with sweet and sour sauce then continue with duck poached with green tea and sauté vegetables or a crunchy of sea bass fillet. Or maybe you want to try the sushi bar with its special sushi nigiri, sashimi or sushi rolls.
>>Cuisine: Caribbean, Sushi Bar, Asian
>>Prices: €14 -34
DOWNLOAD OUR TRAVEL GUIDES
Grand Cul-de-Sac: Restaurant l’Indigo
Located within Guanahani Hotel , L’Indigo is overlooking the swimming pool and offers the perfect dining experience. The cuisine is mainly Caribbean featuring items such as Prawn and lobster salad, Pink tuna, white cabbage salad, soya sauce with chives or Island fruit sorbets.
St. Jean: Maya’s-to-Go
Whether you choose to buy something and stay on site or want to take something with you in the hotel or for a picnic, Maya’s to Go is a great place where you can find classical dishes, Caribbean specialties, French dishes and pretty much everything you want. The menu changes daily and comprises items such as croissants, brioche, moussaka, rack of lamb, tuna tataki, ceviche of wahoo and lasagna.
>>Cuisine: Caribbean and International
>>Website (not official)
Gustavia: Le Select
Want to experience the real St.Barts? Then head to Le Select for some people watching, beer and unpretentious food. The restaurant is located in downtown Gustavia which makes it a good stopping point while you do a bit of sightseeing.