Le Ti St Barth has turned back the clocks with an eye toward the future.
In a stylish new universe, an imaginary world comes to life. Jules Verne seems to preside over the Captain’s Room, just a few tables away from Leonard de Vinci leaning over his sketch for The Vitruvian Man…
Delicate smoke with the aroma of cooking over wood charcoal curls between them.
The humming of the motors stops when it’s time for the cabaret show, and allows the sounds from the turntables to invade the room.
The time machine will carry you away—to enjoy a new menu by chef Pascal Giglio, a specialist in cooking with wood charcoal. Plus a new dinner-show and a new revue, so take your seats in the Music Hall every evening.
© Photos Xavier Merchet-Thau
(Reservations strongly recommended)