In the center of Gustavia, just a few steps away from the giant anchor resting across from the Anglican Church, is OREGA (“it’s mine” in Japanese). A newcomer on the gourmet scene in Saint Barth, this restaurant quickly developed a stellar reputation. Its success comes from the Franco-Japanese fusion concept developed by its three founders, Greg, who initiated the project, artist Kate Kova, who designed the décor of the restaurant and adorned the dining room with her paintings, and chef Rizal, an expert in Japanese cuisine who has worked in the kitchens at Nobu in Miami and the opening of Zuma in Dubai.
Since OREGA opened on December 9, 2015, markets in Tokyo, New York, and Paris have been sending their best ingredients so that the chef can create his house specialties and a cuisine that is surprising, refined, and masterful—a source of pleasure for an appreciative clientele.
Commander “Omakase” (“chef’s choice” in Japanese): 6 dishes not on the menu custom created for you
Expert connoisseurs who have brought the best of Japanese cuisine to this Caribbean island; the result is a sophisticated menu that features daikon (Japanese radish), dashi, katsuobushi (dried bonito), Alaska king crab, hamachi, toro…
In the heart of Gustavia
In June 14-30 and the month of September