François Plantation

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With its colonial-style dark wood furniture, canary yellow furnishings and traditional Caribbean recipes, François Plantation located at the elegant five star Villa Marie Saint Barth hotel is an experience you simply cannot miss. You can join them for a gourmet breakfast, a relaxed lunch by their palm tree-lined pool or discover the elegant flavours of Provence with Chef Emmanuel Motte at dinner. You’ll find the François Plantation overlooking Flamands Bay in Colombier.

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Inspired by the absolute best of the Caribbean the menu evolves with the day. Start your day in style with breakfast by the pool, a combination of fresh juices, pastries, yogurts, fruit, and eggs (try the scrambled eggs with truffle). For lunch, healthy options lead the way. We enjoyed the Burrata and tomato salad and mahi-mahi with coriander, ginger, and lime. In the evening, the dishes become more indulgent. We loved their Caribbean lobster ravioli and the signature dish of local fish bouillabaisse, caught by Patrick Laplace, a fisherman from St Barts. Rhum Baba for dessert is not to be missed if it’s on the menu.

Pull up a seat at their intimate rum and cigar bar. They stock a huge variety of Caribbean rums and will shake you up a signature rum cocktail. It’s a guilty secret, but we always start with a Pina Colada.

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