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Top 5 restaurants in Saint-Tropez

There are few European towns which say luxury as clearly and loudly at St. Tropez. The heart of the French Riviera it offers something special and unique for visitors to France. Choosing to holiday in St. Tropez suggests you like the finer things in life and to get the most out of your St. Tropez holiday you need to indulge on every level. From your luxury villa rental to the restaurants you choose – St. Tropez offers the scope to truly indulge like nowhere else. Here we’re looking at five luxurious dining options in the Provencal town. Mas Bellevue Mas Bellevue offers charm and style and fresh French cuisine. It’s within walking distance of the Chapelle Sainte-Anne and has a nice, relaxed terrace area. The menu is packed with imaginative and original takes on classic French cuisine with lobster and seafood amongst the most decadent options. The restaurant is popular with travellers and has a large international following. Le Bistrot de Saint Tropez Le Bistrot sounds like it would specialise in French classics but it does in fact offer a bit of everything with a decidedly fresh, contemporary twist. It has a city-like atmosphere with a stylish bar area and is very popular with elegant locals. It has a mixture of innovative and original dishes on the menu and daily specials offer some of the most interesting and inspiring options. Le Bistrot de Saint Tropez Gandhi Gandhi has been recommended as the best Indian restaurant in St. Tropez time and time again. It is stylish, sophisticated but also has a warm homely environment. This fusion makes it a popular choice and that’s before we’ve even looked at the menu. Grilled fish and meat feature heavily on the menu alongside traditional tandoori dishes which all provide an interesting alternative to the French cuisine regularly available. The Strand Romantic and sophisticated the atmosphere of The Strand is second to none. An on-site DJ is available post-dining so you can enjoy a dance and it’s gained a reputation as an extremely popular meeting place for tourists and locals alike. The menu offers a wide range of traditional French options with a contemporary twist, with fish and pasta particularly popular. The Strand Le Banh Hoi Le Banh Hoi has a loud, busy atmosphere that makes it both inviting and warm. It’s not far from plage de la Ponche beach and it specialises in delicate Thai food utilising fresh, local ingredients. A great sign of the success of Le Banh Hoi is the popularity with locals as well as tourists and the rice dishes available are amongst the most popular due to their fragrant flavours and stand out taste compared to surrounding restaurants. Dining in the finest restaurants is one way of ensuring you have some wonderful culinary memories of your visit to St. Tropez. James Mannings is Co-Founder of Luxury Villa Rentals. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. Thanks for Compiling this Luxo~List of Yumminess! My mouth is watering for Champagne & French Delicacies! Will def try out some of these places next week! Merci!

  2. Thanks for sharing. So great to see Gandhi included in the best restaurants in St Tropez. I love Indian food and it is really hard to find on the Cote d’Azur. Gandhi is very good and a great place to go in St Tropez.

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