Built over a ruin where the original walls remain along with the trees that started growing inside, Napoleon impresses with its striking interior. For those familiar with this harbour location, you might remember there was a Moroccan restaurant here before. The Napoleon, however, is proudly French, and gets warm reviews even from those who were fans of the previous venue. Now, rustic stone walls and the charm of trees left to grow around diners compliments some tastefully modern additions that lend a posh feel to the town's latest it-eatery.
Napoleon is French fine-dining at its best. The veal and the beef are particular favourites. Try the Côte de boeuf dry-aged - a rib of Argentinian dry-aged beef for two people.
With chic locals and an evolving summertime scene, Napoleon is the latest hotspot French restaurant in the harbour of Saint-Tropez.