Grand Case - the Gourmet capital of the Caribbean - is famous for its fantastic Gourmet Cuisine.
This little charming fishing village has become a popular destination for top chefs from France, who come to the island for the season.
French and Italian food and attentive service have made it a longtime favorite. Very nice, casual beach bar and French seaside restaurant. Specials change almost daily, according to the fresh ingredients the chef gets. Elaborate menu with regularly changing and stunningly presented specials. Cuisine: wonderful service, charming, elegant atmosphere, with personal touch, expensive. Difficult to find as the place is somewhat hidden behind an apparel boutique.
Open for lunch and dinner, great oceanview (located directly on the beach! Fine French Cuisine with a touch of Creole/local, and with an extensive list of fine wines. Excellent live music at some nights, mainly Thursdays and Sundays after 8pm. Opposite the Culture center in Grand Case (The old Salt Mill), colorful orange/red Creole-style cottage. Exquisite French cuisine, yet in a casual, laid-back setting with a veranda overlooking the beach. A trendy place in Grand Case attracting a younger crowd.
Let hosts Bruno and Stephane (le sommelier) spoil you for a night in this quaint place with great French cuisine. These Lolo's are casual open air, BBQ eateries run by locals. The Lolo's don't look fancy, but you'll enjoy the food, and you won't leave hungry, for sure! Specialties: sea scallops with mango, homemade Porto foie gras, grilled snapper in vanilla sauce, lobster Antillean style. Le Soleil (the sun) with its tag line "Our business is to let you have fun! Situated on the garden side of the shopping centre at Anse Marcel, with its outdoor dining area partially covered by a beautiful Flamboyant tree. Fine pasta, mussels, calamari, inkfish, shrimps, clams, fresh mahi-mahi with a tasty garlic sauce. Open for three years, Joelle and her Italian partner Tony manage this place.
Great service and great (sidewalk bistro) ambiance. For over 30 years well known French restaurant with view of the harbor of Marigot. Situated in an old Caribbean cottage, which offers also a seating area on the porch in the beautiful court yard.
In our opinion, one of the best kept secrets of St. The restaurant is upstairs, overlooking the water and Fort Louis. Couscous, tender meat and their combination with vegetables and sauces make them special. If you look for another nice breakfast and snack place, just 50 yards along the street, same boulevard, look out for this great bakery and self service lunch place.
Innovative cocktail bar and sound of Salsa, Brazilian, Rock & Roll. Bar and restaurant, famous for their "mix your own drink" gimmick, mostly sailors, boat people, and Capt. Very nice place for sitting outside, enjoying a moderately priced meal (15 - 20 Euro for main course). In high season reservations recommended, if you plan to go on a weekend day.
Oliver's guests, who come for a drink in very informal atmosphere, directly at the marina.