Grand Case in St. Martin has been bouncing back from Hurricane Irma and there are so many different amazing restaurants to eat at! You could easily spend a week just in Grand Case and not eat at the same place twice. The food is incredible at every stop. From the local food at the Lolo’s to Barranca on the water, there is something for everyone.
Here’s a list of all the places featured in this video, all of which are open as of May 2019.
Situated close to the Grand Case Aerodrome, you’ll be able to see what remains of the Grand Case salt pond. During the 1800’s and early 1900’s the pond was filled with seawater which dried off during the day leaving behind salt crystals.
A giant press – Le Pressoir – crushed the crystals so they could be packed, exported and sold in Europe during the 1800’s when there was a high demand for salt.
There are four local eateries here called “Lolo’s” and it’s where you can get cheap eats that will fill you up! Grilled ribs, chicken and fish with sides. It’s a must try!
Enjoy this tasty and unique ice cream experience, or just get a scoop of gelato. Can’t go wrong!
A high-end restaurant directly on the beach. This place is absolutely beautiful. Try the Lemon Meringue pie…the best I’ve ever had.
Bistrot Caraibes has been Created on Saint-Martin Island in 1993, by the two Brothers, Thibault and Amaury Mezière. The restaurant features a Lovely setting where returning clientele keep rating the Bistrot Caraibes as being one of the top 5 establishments on the Island of Saint-Martin / Sint-Maarten.
One of the best on the Boulevard! One of the most creative in the Caribbean! Come find out for yourself.
Florence and Christophe
wish you a warm welcome in their restaurant la Villa located in the very heart of Grand Case village known asthe gourmet capital of the Caribbean
After 10 months of intense efforts and patience, here we are again in a ” COTTAGE ” entirely redecorated, in a
BISTRO CHIC frame .
Our Chef David will make you travel through his cuisine with Caribbean flavors.
Named after the gathering places of the city squares scattered throughout Italy, Piazza Pascal is a space for friends and family to come together and share time, laughter, meals and more.
Rainbow Cafe elevates casual beachside dining to a whole new level, so order a drink and have some great food ideally located on the water’s edge, making our beach “the place to be”.