We ate here one night on our trip, good food nice atmosphere a bit more upscale. I would recommend St James
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We just had a very nice lunch in this restaurant. It tasted fantastic and for the first time ( in months) the meat was cooked exactly as we ordered it! The service was relaxed in a positive way and you felt welcome. You have a...More
We went for dinner before the Heiva show and definitely recommend this place. 2 FRENCH waitresses looked after our table and they were both helpful and friendly The menu is a bit tricky but the food was excellent The owner was also a very friendly...More
The only reason I rated a 4 was the length of time it took from the time we sat down until we finished the check/bill was 2 hours. We were the first table seated (2 people) and service was great until it started getting busier...More
An amazing spot where you're sitting over the water with a view of sunset. Excellent food - fresh, tasty, and a good variety. The only downside - they don't open till 6pm when really, if you wanted to watch the sun set, you'll have to...More
Wish we were staying on the island so we could have eaten here more. One of the better dinners we had during our trip. Great food and a great value for Bora Bora.
Dinner was very good, service was top notch. They had very good catch of the day type meals. Drinks were very good. Much less expensive than the resorts but still pricy and worth every penny. Luxury eating for Bora Bora for sure!!!
We loved St. James. As soon as we got to the restaurant we looked over the rail and saw two giant Manta Rays swimming around. Unbelievable. Great food, beautiful location and reasonably priced compared to the resorts.
We had dinner there 3 times. Food is excellent, service delightful, ambiance tops. We found this to be one of the very best restaurants we visited in our 3 month sailing adventure in the Marquesas, Tuamotus and Society Islands. Highly recommended.
We ate here 3 times during our vacation. The food and wine are excellent as well as the service. Don’t expect the St James to be fancy, it is not, but the location and food are a great value for island prices