The tarta Tropézienne is a specialty of the city whose name immediately brings us to think about the gendarmerie, the luxury boutiques. It's a famous dessert created after World War II by Alexandre Micka, ve was responsible for feeding the crew of the film "And God Created Woman" by Brigitte Bardot. It wasn't until the 70s when the tart Tropézienne became famous throughout Europe. This dessert consisting of a pie covered in custard and vanilla cream and dusted with sugar. It's a treat you can't miss. So much so that you can find it throughout the Riviera, and in any restaurant in town. But I recommend tasting a piece on the terrace of tearoom Lices Square. And then at least one more during your stay!
With nice mood-setting music and pleasant, harmonious colours inviting you to relax ... the menu is refined and tasty, both original and traditional. There's a large selection of dishes on offer, and service is particularly fast at lunchtime. At 23:00 everything changes, the lounge music replaced by something more party-suitable, as the atmosphere is transformed into more of a nightclub!
This restaurant is one of the oldest in Saint Tropez. It has created a reputation that it needs to maintain, thanks to the traditional Provencal dishes. The decoration often changes from different styles (Easter, the Bravade, summer, autumn ...), and it has a great terrace. The restaurant owners are very responsive to customer expectations and the same goes for the kitchen. All products are fresh and in season, among them you can enjoy fish, lamb stuffed with tapenade, zucchini flowers, artichokes, squid and grilled meats. The fixed menu costs 49 euros. It's only open for dinner and it's best to make a reservation. I recommend it without a hesitation.
A restaurant that shouldn't be missed in Saint-Tropez. In this magical place I felt like I was transported to Morocco overnight. The lights are tenuous and the candlelight succumbs to different flavors of the East. I never get tired of going to this restaurant. I recommend the ice cream as a dessert or a green tea and lemon. I note that it is essential to book days in advance, because the Salama is booked almost every day, especially during busy season. (The players love to have dinner here).
We chose Le Relais des Coches, located on the main square in Port-Grimaud, for a snack break in this beautiful village. I took the opportunity to try the famous St. Tropez that makes the region famous. This restaurant is rather smooth and not too plentiful: a good place to eat.