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Restaurants on St. Barths

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I just returned for a week on St. Barths and I am curious to know what everybody thinks about the restaurants this year. What’s your favorite?

Do Brazil: This is a great restaurant – not because of the food, which is only adequate – but because you can park yourself there for the entire day: eat, swim, sit at the downstairs bar. Shell Beach never used to be swimmable when I was a kid but – according to the waiter – the hurricane removed most of the shells. Now it is an ideal location – right next to Gustavia.

La Gloriette: This is a great lunch spot for classic St. Barths cuisine – accras, crab farci, and langouste. It is adjacent to the jet ski rental place and it is another spot to park yourself for the day.

La Langouste: This may be my favorite restaurant on the island. The only restaurant or hotel owned by a St. Barths native.

Lafayette Club: This is closed – perhaps forever. Very upsetting.

Le Tamarin: Has a different chef this year. They didn’t have live lobster when we went.

Le Ti: The most fun restaurant on the island. If you go on Monday THEY ONLY SERVE COUS-COUS.

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