Situated on the port of Gustavia, steps away from the Wall House historic monument, La Guérite fits perfectly into this environment of sophistication yet infinite simplicity, where local fishermen’s small boats bob alongside luxury yachts and extravagant sailing ships. The décor is refined and tasteful, and has an open kitchen; a true ode to the Mediterranean lifestyle, whose motto should be ‘less is more’. In this restaurant, whose cuisine is authentically Mediterranean in style, chef Yannis Kioroglu has managed to combine his classical Greek roots with sustainably sourced fish and seafood from all over the world, including the Mediterranean bass or the Brittany Blue Lobster. Its meats, which come from PAT LAFRIEDA butchery, are cooked on charcoal, giving it a strong, authentic flavour. The result is a refined, effortless and considerably fresh gastronomy that will please the most demanding palates. A great addition to Saint-Barthélémy’s culinary landscape.
Founded in 1935 on the Ile Sainte Marguerite near Cannes, La Guérite is internationally renowned for its authentic yet innovative Mediterranean gastronomy. The concept was transported all the way to our Caribbean paradise, and since its opening in 2015 has already been recognised one of St Barth’s references for a remarkable dining experience. Our personal recommendation: the infamous salt crusted Tomahawk, the king of all dishes.
Why restaurant La Guerite Saint Barth ?
Authentically Mediterranean, fresh fish and seafood, Gustavia harbour, delightful cocktails
Our personal recommendation: the infamous salt crusted Tomahawk, the king of all dishes.
Credit photos : © Skand Månsson