La Table du Marché (38 rue Georges Clemenceau, Saint-Tropez) – this bistro, launched by famed local chef Christophe Leroy, is known for its lobster gratin, truffle and celery-stuffed ravioli, along with its shrimp scampi, risotto, and salad Niçoise.
L’Escale Joseph (9 Quai Jean Jaurès, Saint-Tropez) – this is another portside restaurant where people-watching and drinking are more of a priority than its dishes – be it foie gras, codfish, seafood linguine, risotto, tuna, or filet de boeuf.
Key West Beach (Blvd. Patch, Plage de Pampelonne, Ramatuelle) – located just 12 minutes from Saint Tropez’ harbor area, this trendy restaurant’ décor is modern with a friendly, lively ambiance. The menu consists of Asian-inspired Mediterranean cuisine with an accent on fish specialties. The Sushi Bar has a wide variety of sushi as well as […]
Kai Largo (17 Blvd. Patch, Saint-Tropez) – this restaurant stands out, not only for its Thai and Indonesian dishes, but for its Rattan interior décor. Kai Largo also has a sushi bar.
Chez Fuchs (7 des Commerçants, Saint-Tropez) – another popular restaurant in Saint-Tropez’s harbor area, this restaurant has two levels – the ground floor is the bar, and upstairs is the restaurant. Various Provençal dishes are served here, such as the rtichoke barigoule and rouille de seiche (cuttlefish with saffron mayonnaise). Reservations are essential: + 33 […]
Café Sud (12 rue Étienne Berny, Saint-Tropez) – this restaurant near the port area serves a variety of French & Italian dishes, especially seafood ítems, such as fish risotto. That, along with vegetarian dishes.
Café de Paris (Le Port, Saint-Tropez) – opened in the 1930s, this trendy café by Saint-Tropez’s harbor area serves foie gras terrine, beef fillet steaks, steak tartare, and sandwiches. That, as well as also having a sushi bar, and lighter options such as tofu, organic chicken fillets, and steamed vegetables. No doubt, since this is […]
Auberg des Maures (4 rue Docteur Boutin, Saint-Tropez) – located in the old part of town, this is perhaps one of the more popular restaurants in Saint Tropez (since it attracts some celebrities and artists). The artistic interior décor, and fine tables and chair are status symbols in their own right. Like some of its […]
Auberge de l’Oumède (Chemin de l’Oumede, Saint-Tropez) – this restaurant is part of a hotel of the same name. Given the location, its focus is on local Provençal specialties. Entrées include fresh grilled fish, a savory tomato fondue, and a delicious chocolate dessert tart complemented with a zest of orange. Diners are also treated to […]
Au Caprice des Deux (40 rue du Portail Neuf, Saint-Tropez) — this is a family-owned restaurant in business since 1994, which serves a variety of local dishes, such as Granada grilled veal sauce béarnaise, fillet of beef (Charolais) with truffles, and Salmon Tartare. Because of its well-heeled clientele, diners are advised to call for reservations: […]