Anse de Grand Salines
Built around a 100-year-old tamarind tree, this open-air restaurant is located near the Baie de St.-Jean on the road to Grande Saline Beach. The teak-and-bamboo dining area is most lively during the day, when it fills with beachgoers lunching on French-Caribbean dishes like mahi-mahi tartare and conch ravioli. At night, the atmosphere becomes more romantic as well-dressed diners lounge on Javanese couches while sipping handcrafted cocktails. The dinner menu includes a variety of fresh sushi, as well as the grilled catch of the day.