From fresh, morning beachside brioche to a final evening drink in the sexy lounge, you can dine all day in this soaring thatch pavilion that is the epitome of chic. Every menu item is a miniature work of art, beautifully arranged and amiably served. Each day there is a different €44 three-course menu and there is always a list of daily oceanic arrivals from Marseille and Quiberon on France's Atlantic coast: roasted, salt-crusted, or grilled to your personal perfection.
"Authentic" two-course bouillabaisse à l'ancienne, the famous French seafood stew, is served every Friday, and the chef even gives a class in its preparation. Fans of Provence will love the aioli special on Wednesday, and Sunday is Paella night. This—and sand between your toes—is heaven.
Le Sereno, Grand Cul de Sac, 97133, St. Barthélemy