Creole, American, French, Caribbean, German, Indian....those are just some of the types of foods you can find away from your St. Martin villa. Venturing outside your villa on St. Martin/St. Maarten, you will find one of the widest varieties of restaurants in the Caribbean. In fact, St. Martin is well-known for its varied cuisine, and whether you decide to hit up something elegant like L'Auberge Gourmande or something more casual like Buccaneer Beach Bar, you'll undoubtedly be happy with your choice.
La Petite Auberge des Iles specializes in French, Creole, and international cuisine with indoor and outdoor seating at the marina. It is located in the Marina Royale in Marigot where expensive sailboats and motor yachts sit at its doorstep.
It is a very cozy, small restaurant with excellent food at very moderate prices. They serve mussels, lobster, seafood, meat, and salads. An extensive, reasonably priced wine list is also available.
They are open for lunch and dinner, and closed Sundays.
A Taste of Bliss serves up contemporary American cuisine elegantly presented on the al fresco terrace. They offer a casual lunch, weekend brunches, fresh fish, and dinner in an open air setting on the waterfront. You can also hang out by the lagoon style pool as you sip tropical drinks.
Menu options include tuna, fresh Caribbean lobster bruschetta, slow baked salmon, seared red snapper, and grilled sirloin.
They are closed Mondays. There is also an open air night club and hangout bar next door.
Antoine is located on Front Street in Philipsburg, and they offer waterfront dining with great views.
The menu is French/CrÃ©ole cuisine with a hint of Italian flavors and ingredients.
The restaurant is open from 11 am to 11 pm.
Aqua is located on Airport Road in Simpson Bay.
It's a casual open air restaurant on the water (lagoon-side). They serve sushi, and have an eclectic menu with a variety of dishes.
The decor is Moroccan with cushioned benches and nice pillows.
This charming bistro serves tarts, fresh crÃªpes, hearty salads, pizza, and hot or cold sandwiches on fresh bread. Indoor and outdoor seating are available. 120 Old St., Philipsburg.
It's a little out of the way, but worth a stop. It opens at 11 am, and they only serve lunch. There's no phone, and they don't accept credit cards.
Bali Bar is located in Marigot at Marina Royale.
This bar, lounge and restaurant serves excellent tapas and Moroccan specialties in a very relaxing atmosphere. They also have a sushi special on Saturdays, and live music some nights.
After seven wonderful years at the Caravanserai Resort we have decided to move Bamboo Bernies to an all new space located at the sprawling five star Sonesta Maho complex.
We at Bamboo, while sad to leave one of the most beautiful spots in St. Maarten, are extremely excited about our new restaurant and lounge.
Introducing the Buddha Lounge.
We will be serving lunch and dinner at Maho and our Buddha Lounge will serve food and drinks into the early hours of the morning.
Calypso King Beau Beau (and wife Anne-Marie) have opened a new oceanfront restaurant and cabaret at the Oyster Bay Beach Resort.
With authentic island music playing in the background, you can enjoy a drink or a meal outside on the deck, which extends right out over the surf as the ocean laps against its walls. You can also dine inside.
They are open for lunch and dinner from 11 am until 10 pm. They are closed on Tuesday.
GREAT FOOD! Cute intimate atmosphere. Very clean and updated. Located on the pier at Oyster Bay. I had the bisque -- Wonderful! I paired that with the Fried Shrimp appetizer. It had several dipping sauces. Pretty good. The other 3 in my party had different fish dishes. All were great. I would very much recommend this place especially if you're staying at the Westin Dawn Beach because it's within walking distance and delicious!
This cafe offers simple food at affordable prices. This prix-fixe menu includes snails, soup, fish, and coq au vin, among other items.
Parking may be a challenge, as the restaurant is located in an alley. Reservations are strongly suggested. Also, the restaurant is open only for dinner, and closed on weekends.
Looking for a little night life and great food? Blue Martini Restaurant is where you want to be! With a menu that would make any mouth water, Blue Martini exceeds expectations. Not only known for their food, experience true island culture as the reggae music plays in the back round.
The Boat House is on Airport Road in Simpson Bay, and is a popular spot for steaks and seafood on the waterfront.
The restaurant building is a colorful Creole-style cottage.
Located on Kim Sha Beach, this casual eatery and beach bar is open daily from 11 am to 11 pm.
They serve steaks, seafood, and pizza, and feature live entertainment four days a week from 5 pm to 8 pm. They also offer beach chairs and umbrellas free for customers.
Captain Oliver's is perched on the border of the French and Dutch part of the island, and is entirely constructed above water at the Oyster Pond marina.
The menu includes fresh fish and seafood specialties. Saturday night they offer a lobster buffet. You can also select your own lobster from their large tank, and watch sharks and turtles underneath your glass bottom table!
They are open daily from 7 am to 11 pm.
Located on the Dutch side of the friendly island of Sint Maarten in the center of Maho, Cheri's cafe opened in 1988 and has continued to grow in popularity ever since. 'A jewel within a jewel!'
Music & live entertainment six nights a week with the 'Sweet Chocolate' band. Expect something different every night - whether it's Tina Turner, LuLu, or Louis Armstrong.
This is a popular nightspot, and a lively and exciting venue for tourists and locals alike. If you haven't danced in a while, it will be hard to resist the live rhythmic dance beat here; or how about a romantic slow dance?
Come here expecting to have a good time.
Located in Great Bay at BobbyÂ´s Marina, Chesterfields is a popular lunch spot for the local business community.
They offer a good variety of dishes for lunch or dinner. They also serve a good American-style breakfast.
Located at the boardwalk at the corner of Speetjens Arcade in Philipsburg, Chez Delphine serves up a nice variety of breakfast, snacks, and succulent main courses, including lobster, at lunch time. They also serve dinner on some nights.
You can eat in a cabana, or dine with the sand under your feet.
Overlooking the Marigot Harbor, Claude Mini-Club has served traditional creole and French cuisine for over 35 years.
The cheery decor is enough to warrant a visit, but the dinner buffets on Wednesday and Saturday night are immensely popular. Items like conch soup, lobster, roast beef, blackened goose meat, and other dishes are featured.
They also have live music every night.
Fine Italian Dining in a warm and friendly atmosphere, in a beautifully decorated, air-conditioned room (Don Camillo does not offer al fresco dining). Attentive and efficient staff. Marigot Marina Royale.
Hours of Operation:
Mon: 6:00 pm-10:30 pm
Wed - Sun: 6:00 pm-10:30 pm
This is a multi level open air restaurant and bar with a fantastic, different menu - tapas and entrees including their signature "monkey gland" sauce.
They have a nautical atmosphere and offer live music, a pool table, and a traditional dart board.
They are open for lunch and dinner.
Great seafood restaurant that overlooks Grand Case Beach.
Menu items include chicken breast stuffed with escargot;
Roasted duck breast with citrus and red berry sauce; Mahi mahi served with pineapple confit and balsamic vinegar; and roasted red snapper "creole" sauce and avocado.
The Greenhouse Bar and Restaurant has been in St Maarten since 1986, a mainstay on the island. "No one beats our Tuesday nite parties and definitely the food and service are number one."
This open-air harborfront restaurant in Philipsburg balances a relaxed atmosphere, reasonable prices, and quality food with a just-right, flavorful bite.
All the beef served is Black Angus, and some people say the burgers and steaks are the best on the island. If you're seeking something spicy, try the black-bean soup or Jamaica jerk chicken wrap.
Happy-hour specials are offered Mondays and Tuesdays. Also, the Friday-night lobster specials are very popular. The restaurant is between Bobby's Marina and the start of Front Street at the marina on Great Bay.
Island Flavia is in Philipsburg on the boardwalk near Oualichi.
It is a casual restaurant, and the menu highlights traditional island cuisine. They also offer a variety of grilled meat and fish specialties, salads, burgers and subs.
They are open every day from 10 am to 8 pm.
Jimbo's features Tex-Mex food grilled over chips of smoking Mesquite. Menu choices include hamburgers, lobster fajitas, nachos, and some special vegetarian options. Jimbo's 32 oz fish bowl Margaritas are also popular.
Enjoy open air dining and a swim-up bar set around a pool with two waterfalls.
They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Joe's is located in Simpson Bay. The decor isn't fancy, but the food is great, and reasonably priced. You can eat in, or get a take out and have a picnic on the beach nearby.
Tuesday through Saturday they offer "All You Can Eat Ribs".
Beautiful vistas, great food, soft breezes, and friendly staff. Visit Kakao Beach for a light snack a quick drink, or complete lunch.
Favorites like fried calamari or spicy accras (fried saltfish cakes with a spicy sauce) or sushi. They even have hamburgers and a variety of pizza. Kakao is famous for its 2- and 4-person thatched-roof dining areas and even a 6-person table in a rowboat!
This little restaurant is known for their great coffee, but the rest of the menu - including gourmet burgers, pizza, salads, and fruit frappÃ©s - is pretty impressive.
Your dining experience is enhanced with a view that includes ruins from an old salt storage area, a small waterfall, and a huge ficus tree. Outside dining is pleasant, as almond trees shade it so well. Also, nets are installed to keep nuts and leaves from nailing unsuspecting diners.
Kokomarina is a very nice and cozy beach bar restaurant serving American and French food. $1=1Euro (cash only). It is located between Mexicano and Baywatch.
Menu selections include starters like goat cheese toast salad or tuna tartar with coconut milk and lemon; and main dishes such as encrusted sea scallop slices in curry sauce and lamb cutlets with garlic cream.
Desserts, cocktails, beer and wine are also available.
For over thirty years Joel and Sonya have been entertaining diners in their colorful CrÃ©ole cottage on Front Street in Philipsburg. Stroll down Philipsburg's new boardwalk to the center of town and cross over to Front Street, newly-refurbished with cast iron lamp posts, brick sidewalks, and hundreds of palm trees. It's a short walk and it's easy to follow the odor of garlic browning from our kitchen or the sounds of Edith Piaf wafting from our dining room.
They also have a Friday Cabaret Dinner Show.
This Grande Case restaurant is located in a 120-year-old French Antillean house. The elegant dining area is rivaled by their menu selection.
Start off with garlic escargots or coquilles St. Jacques with scallops and shrimp, then enjoy rack of lamb or a filet mignon.
Choose from an extensive wine list, as well.
Be prepared for parking challenges.
This waterfront restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Marigot Marina Royale.
Choose between continental or American for breakfast. Also, lunch options include salads, pasta, specials of the day with meat or fish, and pizza. For dinner, specialties like lobster and fish, tartare of salmon, basil salmon, beef carpaccio, a Creole menu, and duck breast are available.
They are open daily from 7:30 am to 1 am.
It's located in Grand Case with a wonderful view of the Caribbean sea and is open every day non from lunch to dinner.
A variety of menu options include lobsters, sea food, fish, mussels, meat, pizzas, pan cakes, pasta, salads, "specials" from the Chef, and ice cream.
The atmosphere is airy and eclectic, and the gift shop is worth a stop in. One US dollar is =1euro (cash only).
I have been to St. Martin twice in the last year and they have so many wonderful restaurants but this was my favorite and my favorite cuisine is not Italian. It is in Cupecoy at the Atlantis Casino. We went there the 1st day of our stay in St. Martin. We loved it so much we went back the last day. There were 8 adults in our group and all of us voted it as our favorite restaurant of the trip. It was very reasonably priced with large portions. My sister and I split a salad and entry and we could not even finish it, we were so full. But, it did not stop us from getting coconut ice cream, which was to die for! It was sooooo good! I highly recommend this wonderful place.
Specializing in French and International Cuisine, Moulin Fou is located just behind Cheri's Cafe in the Maho Beach Resort.
They offer both inside air-conditioned dining in a beautifully decorated room, or outside meals on the veranda.
You'll find La Rosa Too in the far corner of the Maho Resort complex.
Here, you can sit on the balcony overlooking La RosaÂ´s Waterfalls and the night life of St. Maarten. They serve Italian Food with a Caribbean flair.
La Rosa Too is open for dinner only, and they are closed on Sunday.
Visit La Samanna for an excellent dinner. The Restaurant's opulent dining room offers dramatic, open-air dining with the most gorgeous views you might ever see in your life. Terres Basses.
World-class cuisine combines fresh, lively island flavors with classical French techniques.
If you can, visit the wine cellar for a wine tasting and a peek at one of the most extensive collections in the Caribbean.
Buffet and Ã la carte breakfast - 7:30 am to 10:30 am
Lunch - noon to 3 pm
Dinner - 7 pm to 9:30 pm*
*Note: Children under five years are not permitted in the Main Dining Room for Dinner.
This bistro at the Marina Royale draws in shoppers, tourists, and locals who enjoy both the food and the lively atmosphere - not to mention beautiful views of the yacht-filled waterfront.
Serving classic and creative French cuisine, La Tropicana offers a different menu for lunch and dinner.
Enjoy the salad niÃ§oise with medallions of crusted goat cheese for lunch, or choose from a variety of traditional bistro favorites for dinner. are also wonderful.
A handsome upstairs establishment overlooking Marigotâ€™s picturesque harbour and Marina Fort-Louis, the intimate and romantic ambiance with its subtle and elegant decor, ceiling fans, candlelit tables and balcony are evocative of a tropical version of Paris in the 1920â€™s.
In 2004, La Vie En Rose celebrated its 25th anniversary. As one of St Martin/St Maartenâ€™s founding restaurants, it has since become a renowned island institute for exquisite French cuisine setting the standards for many of itâ€™s newer successors. Through hurricanes, new island developments, and perpetual change, La Vie En Rose has remained constant, retaining the superior qualities which have invariably named it â€śLa Grande Dameâ€ť.
Mon-Sat 11:30am-3pm; daily 6:30-10pm. Location: Bd. de France at rue de la RÃ©publique, Marigot, St. Martin. Reservations recommended as far in advance as possible, especially in winter .
You'll find Lal's on Airport Road in Simpson Bay.
This casual restaurant specializes in traditional East Indian and Tandoori cuisine. The menu includes vegetarian, chicken, lamb, mutton and seafood specialties.
They are open daily for dinner, and open for lunch Friday through Saturday.
Located beach side in Nettle Bay, Layla's is a beach bar and restaurant. The menu changes all the time here, and it's a fun place to have a good French cuisine lunch.
It may be a bit hard to find, since it is not located right on the road. You have to go on a dirt road through a gate, and it is next to Hotel Royal Beach. Just look for the big Layla's sign.
Le Bec Fin is on Billy Folly in Simpson Bay, and has been a St. Maarten mainstay for over 20 years.
They offer French cuisine in a fine dining setting, and provide beautiful ocean views. Choose from a fixed or vegetarian menu, with items like Foie Gras with Porto and Ginger Sauce, Tuna Tartare, and New Zealand Rack of Lamb, among others. Open every day for dinner only - 6 pm to 10 pm.
This is a charming French Restaurant set on the marina in Marigot. Excellent food, wine list, ambiance and friendly staff help make this an unforgettable experience.
They offer many daily specials, such as a discovery menu based on lobster, a tasting plate of duck liver, or fried crab meat in mango raviolis and curry dressing.
They are open for dinner only, from 6 pm to 10:30 pm.
Pierre, the French Sushi chef who got his experience of long stays in Japan, will welcome you in original kimono dress. Here you can enjoy some delicious sushi - including Tuna, Salmon, Mahi Mahi, etc. Everything is freshly prepared, and they specialize in authentic Japanese cuisine. They feature three different types of sushi (Maki, Nigiri, and Sashimi).
If you're a Sushi fan, this is the place to go. Marina Royale Marigot.
Nestled in an old Caribbean cottage, this restaurant has a great Middle Eastern atmosphere. You can dine inside, or eat on the porch in the charming courtyard. 196 Rue de Hollande, Marigot (opposite the stadium).
Couscous, meats, special sauces and vegetables are on offer here. They are open for dinner only, and are closed on Sundays.
Located at the Atlantis Casino in Cupecoy, Le Montmartre boasts a spacious interior, rich decor that is stylishly highlighted by art nouveau lamps.
Serving impressive French cuisine, they also offer a broad selection of the finest French wines.
They are open daily for dinner only. Reservations are recommended.
Exquisite French dining with excellent food. The best ceasar salad on the island not to mention many other delicious items such as Lobster, Creme Brulee and grilled Shellfish.
Hours of Operation: 6pm-11pm
Located on white sand beaches, this restaurant/art gallery/upscale boutique is a must when visiting Grand Case! Experience sophisticated dining in a tropical beach setting while staring across turquoise waters over to Anguilla.
You don't expect to find first-quality Argentine meat on an island where foodies seek out French cuisine and seafood, but here it is.
The restaurant, decorated with cow-print chairs, has some of the best beef in town. On Fridays, there is an all-you can-eat barbecue ($21.95) plus a live steel-drum Caribbean band. Specialties are juicy, free-range steaks, complemented with a good helping of potatoes and salad.
Non-red-meat-eaters will find chicken, fish, and even vegetarian selections on the menu. Vinos from Argentina are featured on the wine list.
Telephone for reservations.
This small restaurant is located in Marigot, and is opposite the stadium, near the Marrakech. They specialize in Asian and Antillean cuisine.
Decor is charming, and the food is nicely presented. They serve fresh spring rolls, shrimp beignets, duck, sauteed crab, and shrimp, among other specialties.
Consider coming here for lunch, as it is sometimes closed for dinner without notice.
French style food on the West end of Marigot. They offer a fine dinner menu, with specialty items like cream of mussels and asparagus soup with tarragon, black bean soup with sour cream and red onions, or sweet potato vichyssoise with curry chicken empanadas.
Try to get a table by the water
Mario's is easy to find. The bright blue drawbridge over the canal is hard to miss, but there is even a neon sign there that says "The Bridge".
Located on Dawn Beach, Mr. Busby's serves fresh local lobster and mostly local cuisine.
They serve an extensive breakfast and lunch featuring fresh ingredients.
At night, Mr. Busby's turns into "Daniels by the Sea", for fine dining.
Located on Front Street in Philipsburg, Old Captain Restaurant serves sushi and other Oriental specialties from China, Indonesia and Japan, specializing in international seafood dishes.
They serve lunch or dinner in a casual setting, and deliver anywhere in the Philipsburg area. Friday night is Karaoke "Sound & Sushi", and they serve Sunday Brunch with a great buffet.
Oualichi serves up mostly pizza and burgers. Front Street, Philipsburg.
Indoor or outdoor dining is available. The decor is a bit of nautical whimsy with a glass-covered bar lined with sand, various shells, and other beachy things.
No dinner is served on Sunday.
This Orient Beach beach restaurant boasts stunning views and incredible food.
Choose from burgers and sandwiches, or try the ribs, seafood and steak options. You can't really go wrong with whatever you decide.
They are open from 11 am until 4 pm every day -except Monday
This Orient Beach beach restaurant boasts stunning views and incredible food.
Choose from burgers and sandwiches, or try the ribs, seafood and steak options. You can't really go wrong with whatever you decide.
They are open from 11 am until 4 pm every day -except Monday
Pasanggrahan is in the Creole-style Pasanggrahan Hotel.
They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and set amidst the beautiful tropical garden of the hotel.
Pasanggrahan is a good place for seafood, too.
Lively and casual. Park across street at the casino if you can't find a spot on the street. Has a wide variety menu. Great bar and cheeseburgers.
Tasty tender steaks and a relaxed atmosphere? Find it at Rancho Argentinian Grill. Offering the finest steaks straight from Argentina and the USA, be sure to bring your appetite with you! Enjoy live music, great food and cold drinks. Don't forget to go out back and see the large luxury yachts.
This is a very nice restaurant with a panoramic view on Orient Bay.
The menu has a wide selection - French, American, Italian, steaks and seafood. They also have vegetarian options and a kids' menu.
Happy hour is from 4 pm to 6 pm.
Rare is one of the few steakhouses in St. Maarten where you will find top quality USDA prime, dry aged steaks â€“ from 12 oz filet mignons, to 28 oz porterhouses â€“ a must for those power eating moguls who want to capture the essence of the divine bovine.
You can change it up a bit by adding things like a Gorgonzola crust, Seared foie gras with shallot marmalade, or a rock shrimp, peppercorn, and garlic butter saute to your steak.
Some non-red meat options include smoked jalapeno and goat cheese crusted chicken breast with pico de gallo, black beans and rice, and fried plantain. They also serve sesame seed crusted sashimi grade tuna with wasabi mash, pumpkin slaw, and pomegranate glaze, among other items.
Located in the Atlantis Casino courtyard.
Saratoga Restaurant specializes in creative American cuisine elegantly presented. It's a good place for a romantic meal on the waterfront. You can dine outside overlooking the marina, or inside in the mahogany dining room.
Their menu changes daily, and they feature fresh local ingredients. The wine list is extensive, and they are known for their impressive scotch list as well.
The restaurant is open for dinner only, from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, and closed on Sunday.
The colors of India -- notably yellow and green -- as well as Hindu pictures decorate the walls of this large, second-floor restaurant in Philipsburg.
The menu emphasizes Kashmiri and Mughal specialties, including marvelous tandooris (especially the boneless chicken) and curries.
Dress is casual.
A great beach side 'hang-out' bar. Here you will enjoy watching tourists sitting in the center of the beach running for their lives when an airplane comes in.
The menu includes beach food, seafood, and drink specials. They also offer live entertainment (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 6:30 - 10 pm).
They are on Great Bay Beach next to the St. Rose Arcade, and serve up just about every conceivable libation, so no good thirst goes unpunished.
The menu includes sandwiches, seafood, beef, pasta, and vegetarian entrees. Lunch specials range from $7-$10, and they offer a reasonably priced dinner menu.
They also feature a live band on Friday evenings.
St. Martin is known as the â€śGastronomic Captial of the Caribbeanâ€ť and youâ€™ll understand after an evening at Temptation. Celebrity Chef Dino Jagtani is a Culinary Institute of America graduate. At Temptation he focuses on Nouveau Caribbean cooking. For starters, try the Lump Crab Cake with "Joeâ€™s Stone Crab House" famous mustard sauce, and bacon-celery root salad or the Butternut Squash Bisque. Itâ€™s a velvety soup with hazelnut oil and cinnamon-orange foam. The "Reef and Beef" with garlic sautÃ©ed lobster tail and hoisin-braised beef short ribs is exquisite. And if you have room for dessert, the CrÃ¨me Brulee Sampler with chocolate, lemongrass, vanilla, and passionfruit will satisfy that sweet tooth. Temptation was recently awarded â€śRestaurant of the Yearâ€ť by GaultMillau Guide and named as one of the top 10 new restaurants in the Carribean by Bon Appeitit magazine. This hot spot is conveniently located in the Gourmet Village at the Atlantis World Casino, just past the Mullet Bay golf course.
Mainly Jamaican local dishes, really Caribbean style.
Located at the oceanfront and boardwalk in the Hotel Holland House in Philipsburg, the trendy Ocean Lounge serves tapas and finger foods.
Also, the wine list is extensive.
Located on Airport Road, in Simpson Bay.
They offer great seafood. All the dinners come with a pair of side orders. Choices include great fries and some mixed vegetables, but there are mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, salad, and rice. There is a full bar with plenty of ice cold beer, your favorite drinks, and a few wines.
They also offer 15% off on meals from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm Monday through Thursday, and they have a band every night.
On Sunday, there is body painting (keep your clothes on) from 5:30 pm until 11:00 pm, and a Limbo party from 8:30 pm until 9:30 pm. The view off the terrace takes in all of the mega-yacht marina and includes moonrises from behind the hills to the east.
Top Carrot is located in the Simpson Bay Yacht Club complex. They feature Mediterranean cuisine and vegetarian options. They offer daily specials, and boast a complete, authentic fruit and vegetable juice bar and home baked desserts.
They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The open-air setting, sea breezes, wood-plank floors, and huge lobster tank leave no doubt that you're sitting on a pier in the Caribbean.
Unfortunately, the atmosphere outweighs the food, though both coconut shrimp and lobster that you can choose yourself are decent specialties.
Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Turtle Pier has a notable lobster night, all-you-can-eat Sunday rib dinners, dinner-cruise specials, and live music several nights a week.
This informal restaurant is located in Philipsburg.
Indonesian dishes are served here in a small, simple setting next to the water. Nasi goreng (fried rice) and red snapper in a sweet soy glaze are standouts, as is rijsttafel, a traditional Indonesian meal of rice accompanied by 15 to 20 small dishes.
The restaurant's name comes from the wajang doll, which is used in Indonesian shadow plays, a traditional art form.
I highly recommend the Sunday Brunch at the Westin Dawn Beach. They have everything -- sushi, carving station, pasta station, rotisserie chicken, crab legs, jumbo shrimp, breakfast spread, huge salad bar, amazing desserts and all the champagne you can drink!