Eclectic Cuisine in St. Martin

If you find yourself in the mood for eclectic cuisine, don't miss out on an opportunity to spoil yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, you can still find a few places in St. Martin where you can sample this kind of food.

With plenty of variety, from the very casual locale of Le Village to the restaurants where wine and cocktails are equally important to the food on the plate, it really is possible to find the dish you'll return for again and again.

Before your trip begins, you can read more about the limited selection of eclectic eateries that you'll have the chance to visit as you explore. For each restaurant, you can click its name to discover the details about its hours, locale, and even nearby attractions.

L'Astrolabe

Griselle | (059) 087-3636

L'Astrolabe

L'Astrolabe, a part of Esmeralda Resort, is located in Griselle, along the northwestern outskirts of Orient Bay. Fabulously fresh fish and eclectic food get along famously at this popular fine foods restaurant.

L'Astrolabe Restaurant offers diners an eclectic menu that is known mainly for its tasty breakfast options. The skilled chefs take their traditional French style and mixes it with international ingredients to create their tasty and unique dishes.

Main A La Pate

Downtown Marigot | (590) 087-7119

Maps

Main A La Pate, part of Marina Royale Hotel, is situated in downtown Marigot, toward the heart of Marigot. Fabulously fresh fish and eclectic flair share the same plate at this popular formal dining option.

Despite the French name, you can also find Caribbean fare at Main A La Pate. The specialty here, in fact, is a seafood dish called La Palette Caraïbes.

Le Village

Downtown Marigot | (059) 052-4573

Le Village is located in downtown Marigot, near the middle of Marigot. As part of a menu decked with food with eclectic flair, this possible dining pick will recommend their best: hamburgers and pizza.

Diners coming to Le Village will be tempted with a menu offering a little bit of everything from hamburgers and sandwiches to pizza. Guests will also be able to choose more traditional dishes like seafood platters and meat entrees.

Some of the best places to dine in St. Martin are those that you find suddenly as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. But, writing down the contact info for at least two reliable-looking restaurants in your daily itinerary, means you'll have multiple alternatives, even in a pinch. To read more about the culinary options awaiting you, check out this page.

 

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