Brimming with pleasurable dining experiences, St. Barths provides a multitude of gourmet cuisine to satisfy and delight a variety of palates. Given the island’s distinct French influence, there is an almost-ubiquitous fusion of the country’s refined gastronomy and locally sourced tropical flavors. And with over 80 restaurants to choose from, visitors have no shortage of epicurean opportunities.
Set to breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea, Restaurant Le Toiny curates an array of indulgent dishes from both land and ocean thanks to the imagination of Executive Chef Jarad McCaroll. Overlooking Gustavia, the acclaimed Bonito specializes in exquisite seafood selections as well as French-focused fare with a South American twist, all served with a side of sunset-primed panoramas.
Guests craving fresh-made food to take along on a day of adventure will find plenty of delicious options at Maya’s To Go in St. Jean. Highlighting the day’s catch, the rotating beach-ready menu might include anything from grilled filet of mahi-mahi to wahoo ceviche infused with Caribbean-derived coconut and lime.
Not to forget Foodland St. Barth live for the world of gastronomy, providing chefs on the island with the finest meats & seafood. They have the ability to cater to the strict demands of the local food service industry, strive to remain at the forefront of food trends, alway’s among for the next best thing in terms of transparency in the supply chain, sustainability, superior quality & innovation..