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St. Barthelemy Restaurants

Restaurant des Pêcheurs

  • Seafood

Updated 03/04/2014

Fodor's Review

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.

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Restaurant Information


Le Sereno, Grand Cul de Sac, 97133, St. Barthélemy




Restaurant Details:

  • Reservations essential

Updated 03/04/2014


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