You are staying in Saint Jean de Luz and you want to have lunch or dinner in a good restaurant? Here are the best gourmet restaurants in Saint Jean de Luz!
Le Kaiku (1*)
A contemporary, light and fresh cuisine confirms the talent of chef Nicolas Borombo. The quality of the products on the market, the elegant dressage and the generosity of the dishes give Kaiku a well-deserved first *. Dishes that make you travel, subtle desserts, a chic and well-dosed service do the rest.
Facing the Grande Plage, in a chic modern setting, the Brouillarta Brigade magnifies Basque local products every day. Chef Guillaume Roget's high standards are reflected in the vegetable, marine and meat flavours as well as in the elegance of the dishes. A table where refinement and delicacy blend together.
Les Lierres - Hôtel Parc Victoria
The luxury of the Belle-époque décor and impeccable service add to the pleasure of this simple and inventive natural cuisine. Langoustines, pigeons, lobster, ceps and old vegetables make up tasty and highly balanced dishes. In the dining room, on the terrace or in the conservatory, a Lierres dinner keeps its promises.
L’océan (1*) - Grand Hôtel
We dress for dinner under the Art Deco panelling of this starry ocean. Whether the menu is classic or tinged with exoticism, the seasonality of the products here defines a cuisine that reveals the land and sea. Oysters, lamb and sea bass meet guacamole, papaya and mushrooms for the pleasure of the most discerning palates.
L’Ilura - Hôtel de la Réserve
The gastronomic restaurant of the Reserve plays with talent the Basque terroir menu. In an elegant and magical setting facing the Atlantic Ocean, the claimed authenticity of a local cuisine promises a most pleasant taste experience. The quality of the service and the French and regional nectars of the cellar spice up the trip.
Le K - Hôtel Chantaco
The K has some nice surprises in store for you, starting with a serene setting with a view of the peaks and a warm service tinged with humour. Then a seasonal cuisine, stamped terroir and deliciously creative, in the image of the starred chef Nicolas Borombo who created the new menu in a bistronomic version.
Le Zoko Moko
The Lucan soul fully inhabits this quiet place (Zoko Moko in Basque) on the old port. The refined setting with white tablecloths houses a cuisine with a strong local identity. The menus and menus give pride of place to the market's beautifully crafted products. The cellar completes the whole thing very well.
A dinner on the beautiful terrace facing the sea or in the room decorated in the 1930s will take you back in time. In a refined and relaxed atmosphere, the colourful table with the flavours of market products will make this Atlantic getaway a delightful memory.