Throughout the Virgin Islands, you'll encounter a delicious array of fine restaurants, quick eateries, and more. If you have a taste for French food in particular, then you won't want to miss the places serving this favorite. Get a feel for the French menus awaiting with the places profiled below.
With everything from the informal atmosphere at Waterfront Bistro, you might come across a dish worth fighting over.to the lovely dinner service at
Take a moment to get a taste for the restaurants in the Virgin Islands that satisfy cravings for French cuisine. On each restaurant's name, click to get further details about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.
Set in downtown Cruz Bay, The Terrace Restaurant is a viable choice for people exploring this neighborhood. Lovely, mild seafood and French style eats make a nice pair at this popular 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>
Positioned near the middle of downtown Cruz Bay, Waterfront Bistro is on the premises of Wharfside Village. Fresh catches from and French food both share the spotlight at this highly praised formal dining option. <p>Right on the waterfront, the setting at Waterfront Bistro is almost magical.</p>
Epernay is located in Frenchtown, a neighborhood on St. Thomas; about a mile (approximately a kilometer and a half) to the west of Charlotte Amalie. Though they're broadly known for French culinary creations, the kitchen at Epernay is particularly known for its appetizers and 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>
Kendrick's is situated in downtown Christiansted, near the heart of Christiansted. Because this is a casual place to eat, it's sometimes a respite for hungry visitors on lazy outings.
St. Tropez is located near the heart of Frederiksted. Perhaps you could guess that this place is best known for French food and crepes, but we shouldn't forget they're also known for salads.
You may crave something slightly different, in which case you will find similarly satisfying flavors at restaurants like these:
|Domino's Tutu Park Mall||(340) 775-3400||Italian||0.5 mi. West of Central Anna's Retreat||St. Thomas|
|Da Livio Ristorante||(340) 779-8900||Italian||Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|The Quiet Mon Pub||(340) 779-4799||Irish||Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|(340) 776-7198||European||0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
|ZoZo's Ristorante||(340) 693-9200||Italian||1.0 mi. Northeast of Central downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|(340) 719-1333||Italian||1.2 mi. West-Northwest of Central downtown Christiansted||St. Croix|
|(340) 713-9955||Italian||0.1 mi. Northwest of Central Frederiksted||St. Croix|
|Amalia Cafe||(340) 714-7373||Spanish||Downtown Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas|
|La Tapa||(340) 693-7755||Mediterranean||Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|Salud Bistro||(340) 718-7900||Mediterranean||1.7 mi. West-Northwest of Central downtown Christiansted||St. Croix|
Sometimes, the most exciting places to dine in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you run into naturally while walking around during the day. But, writing down the addresses of a few tasty-sounding cafes and bars on the list, is encouraged even for flexible travelers. To learn even more about the dining options waiting for you, check out this page.
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