Fish Corner

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Wander behind Bar Oubli and you’ll find Fish Corner. Johnny and Nicholas opened their market restaurant in 2018 and seafood lovers continue to flock to discover what’s waiting on the ice. It may be cosy, but it’s packed with charm. We think it’s one of the finest places to enjoy fresh fish on the island. It’s a local’s favourite and we think it’s one of the best places to enjoy fresh fish in St Barts. You can expect efficient and friendly service at this seafood restaurant.

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Fresh seafood and fish from the daily catch (they own their own fishing boat). The menu has been designed to let the quality of the produce shine – recipes are unfussy and the presentation straightforward. We really enjoyed the cold lobster salad, crab cakes and tuna tacos to start, followed by Mahi-Mahi burgers as our main course. The quality of the ingredients really shone through.
You can also order giant fish platter on Fridays and Saturdays, made up of the best seafood produce available on the day. They will even let you take it away if you fancy enjoying it in your villa or yacht!

Enjoy a cocktail or cold beer at Bar De L’oubli before the feast, it’s a St Barts institution having opened in 1981, and is also a great spot for people watching.

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