Tips & Tricks
Sénéquier (Place Aux Herbes, Saint-Tropez) – this is a popular place for coffee, breakfast food, and local pastries like the tarte tropézienne (a large cream bun) and Glace Fruits. One thing that makes this place popular is the occasional celebrity that shows up here – from fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, to model Kate Moss, to […]
Le Sporting (42 Place des Lices, Saint-Tropez) – this port side restaurant offers a varied menu from hamburgers to freshly-caught fish.—at reasonable prices, including a “plat du jour” which goes for €14.60 (which is unto itself remarkable, considering its location). The pricing also explains why there’s always a crowd here – budget tourists in force […]
Plage des Jumeaux (Chemin Epi, Route des Plages, Ramatuelle) – this is a popular restaurant along Pampelonne Beach. It stands out because it’s family-friendly, complete with a children’s playground on the premises, along with a children’s menu.
La Tarte Tropézienne (36 rue Georges Clemenceau, Saint-Tropez) – this fine bakery (which is part of a chain of the same name) serves a variety of tarts and pastries (including éclairs), as well as sandwiches – with both ordinary budget tourists and millionaire yacht owners among its customers. It also has a catering service which […]
Le Girelier (Quai Juan Jaurès, Saint-Tropez) – this port side restaurant boasts fine interior décor and specialties such as whole fish a la plancha, paella and bouillabaisse; Grilled prawns virgin lemon confit, peas, & basmati rice; carnaroli risotto, grilled prawns, & artichoke; among other seafood-centric dishes. This restaurant got a publicity boost when former French […]
La Tonnelle (Passage Gambetta, Saint-Tropez) – not far from the harbor area, this restaurant serves tasty pizzas, which guarantees constant tourist traffic.