Restaurants

Top Choice Cafe in St-Tropez

Le Café

Whetting whistles since 1789, this historic cafe is where artists and painters preferred to hang out back in the days when St-Trop was still a sleepy port. Happily, it has clung on to its no-nonsense roots – you’ll …
Top Choice Fusion in St-Tropez

Bistro Canaille

Probably the pick of the modern places to eat in town – creative, cosy and great value while still hitting the gourmet heights. It’s got the soul of a bistro, but specialises in fusion-style tapas dishes inspired by…
Top Choice Gastronomy in St-Tropez

La Vague d’Or

Triple-starred chef Arnaud Donckele has established a gastronomic temple at the Résidence de la Pinède: expect exquisite ingredients treated with the utmost cheffy cleverness. But with offerings such as the Balade E…
Bistro in St-Tropez

Bistro Pastis

With a plum position near the Viex Port and such an obvious name, you'd be forgiven for thinking this bistro was nothing but a tourist trap, but the food and service are top-notch. Monkfish with lobster sauce, penne…
Provencal in St-Tropez

La Ramade

A lovely slice old old-fashioned Provençal hospitality, this terraced (or fire-warmed, on chilly days) bistro does great French hospitality: few frills, great ingredients treated with skill, good wine, and a general…
French in St-Tropez

Au Caprice des Deux

This traditional maison de village (old stone terraced house) with coffee-coloured wooden shutters is a fancy-night-out favourite with locals, who know what award-winning chef Stéphane Avelin can do with good produc…
Cafe in St-Tropez

La Tarte Tropézienne

This smart, bustling cafe-bakery is the creator of St Tropez' eponymous sugar-crusted, orange-perfumed cake, but also does decent breads and light meal options. There are smaller branches on rue Clémenceau and near …
Provencal in St-Tropez

Auberge des Maures

The town’s oldest restaurant remains the locals’ choice for always-good, copious portions of earthy Provençal cooking, like daube (braised beef stew), tapenade-stuffed lamb shoulder, lobster and onlget (skirt steak)…
Bistro in St-Tropez

Le G’Envie

Run by ebullient owners Alain and Nuno, this pint-sized restaurant feel like it's peaking right now: there's so much skill and enthusiasm expended on making diners happy. There are only a few tables, so expect to qu…
Seafood in St-Tropez

La Pesquière

It's no surprise this old-fashioned place survives in restless, modish St Tropez: since 1962 the one family has made an art of buying the day's freshest catch – whether that be dourade, red mullet, bass or prawns – …