When the craving strikes for French cuisine, don't miss an opportunity to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a few restaurants in the Virgin Islands where you can try some.
With lots to try, from the fine dining atmosphere at Epernay to the simple cafes whose signature menu items are worth adding to your vacation scrapbook, you may very well stumble upon something worth sharing - or not, as the case may be.
Take time to browse the few choices for French eateries you'll have the chance to check out as you explore. For each of the options, click to view more information about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.
Located in downtown Cruz Bay, The Terrace Restaurant is a logical choice that's worth considering if you're going to spend time visiting this neighborhood. Fresh catches from and French fare are an outstanding combo at this friendly, fine dining establishment. <p>The Terrace is set on the Waterfront of Cruz Bay an allows guests to fine both indoors and out on the open air terrace. The atmosphere is elegant and though fine clothing is not required, it is recommended.</p>
Waterfront Bistro, on the premises of Wharfside Village, is located within downtown Cruz Bay, toward the center of Cruz Bay. Fresh catches from and French flair make a nice pair at this notable fine dining establishment. <p>The menu at Waterfront Bistro is split up into First, Second, and Third Courses. First Courses include soups and meat and cheese plates; while Second Course options are a few different salads. For your main choice, you'll select amongst a few seafood dishes, or you can order steak, duck, or tofu. All of the menu items are French with a Caribbean flare.</p>
Epernay is found in Frenchtown, a neighborhood on St. Thomas; 0.9 miles to the west of Charlotte Amalie. Pleasantly surprising, this dining destination is not just French cooking and their signature staple of appetizers, but here they're also fawned-over for another favorite, seafood. <p>Global cuisine with special attention to French delicacies, this bistro also has a bar from which you can order cocktails, and a full espresso bar for some of the best coffee around.</p>
If you're willing to step just outside the box, you're likely to enjoy similar offerings at local places like these:
|Sweet Plantains||(340) 777-4653||Creole||0.1 mi. Northeast of Central Coral Bay||St. John|
|Vista Mare||(340) 777-6273||Italian||Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|Pesce||(340) 714-7874||Italian||1.6 mi. East of Central Maroon Town||St. Thomas|
|Grande Cru||(340) 774-7263||Mediterranean||0.5 mi. Southeast of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
|(340) 714-1313||Italian||0.3 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
|Sam & Jack's Deli||(340) 714-3354||Italian||0.3 mi. Southeast of Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|Pizza Hut Veteran's Drive||(340) 774-2291||Italian||0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
|Pie Whole||(340) 642-5074||Italian||0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
|La Tapa||(340) 693-7755||Mediterranean||Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|(340) 776-7198||German||0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
Oftentimes, the best restaurants in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you casually come across while out visiting attractions and tourist hubs. But, noting a handful of restaurants in your agenda, might make sense for your travel preferences. To discover more regarding the types of food available to you, check out this page.
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