Food and Drink on St Martin

From traditional Lolos to fine dining, the variety of food and drink on St Martin is what visitors love about this island. St Martin is best known for its excellent cuisine and is often referred to as the Gastronomic Capital of the Caribbean. It’s the perfect destination for food lovers who enjoy experiencing new flavours. Sample exquisite food and drink on St Martin as you explore the island’s sights and attractions. Enjoy brunch at a beach front cafe before moving on to another beach.

Embrace the many choices, different flavours, smells as well as the culture. St Martin has the highest concentration of restaurants per square mile in the entire Caribbean. The island offers the widest variety of cuisine of all the Caribbean islands, with a varied price tag to match.

Chefs from all around the world come to St Martin to show off their culinary skills. Experienced chefs bring with them a wealth of knowledge, along with new and innovative cooking skills. It is these constantly changing and exciting outside influences that keeps the options for food and drink on St Martin constantly evolving and improving. Restaurants across the island are fully booked most evenings with guests looking to experience a unforgettable culinary journey.

Restaurants offer everything from BBQ chicken and ribs, to fine dining French fare and a la carte dishes. Whether you’re looking for a casual lunch with friends or a romantic candle lit dinner for two, St Martin has it all. For amazing a la carte and fine dining explore the French side of the island. For more gourmet dishes with an American influence check out the many eateries on the Dutch side.

Variety & Choice

When it comes to choosing your food and drink on St Martin you will have plenty of choice, no matter what your taste buds desire. Venture beyond local Caribbean style dishes and its many French culinary delights and you’ll be introduced to a whole new range of exciting food and drink on St Martin. Influences from worldwide destinations such as Vietnam, Italy, Japan as well as Thailand and Mexico are evident in the cuisine. If you enjoy raw, healthy or vegetarian menus then you will be well caters for on St Martin too.

Not only are the food options varied, the wine lists and cocktail menus are just as extensive. The selection available is astounding. Rum liquors produced on St Martin are used in a number of drinks on the island. The most famous drink originates from the Guavaberry. Unwind on the beach or relax by the pool and sample a Guavaberry Kir, Banana Republic or refreshing Mango Colada.