Dining on St. Barth

02 November 2015

‘I try to create the atmosphere of the Caribbean’

Creole is possibly the most traditional cooking you can enjoy on St. Barth, but the French influence means the island has a long history of outstanding French cuisine.

Despite being a small island, you can dine on cuisine from all over the world without even leaving Gustavia. Thai, Japanese, American, Italian and Vietnamese are just a few of the dining options available in the picturesque red-roofed town. Wander the cobbled streets and you’ll find an eclectic mix of eateries, with laid-back cafes nestling next to chic restaurants serving the finest haute cuisine.

Eddy's restaurant on St. Barth

Eddy is a life-long Islander who runs Eddy’s, a charming restaurant tucked away in a leafy courtyard in Gustavia. He mixes the Creole food of his childhood with Asian influences picked up on his travels. The result is an authentic, yet inventive cuisine you won’t find anywhere else on the island.