The fish here is crazy good. It was wicked hot so we decided to take a break from getting burnt at the beach to explore the island a little bit. We got lunch from a beautiful, open restaurant right on the beach with some local cuisine. I had a grilled shrimp Caesar salad and the seasoning on the shrimp was insane! Then for dinner, we went to a very French restaurant and even though I couldn't get escargot like I wanted, I had an amazing dinner. We started off with large mussels with a blue cheese sauce on a balsamic salad. We cleaned the entire plate, it was fantastic! Then for dinner, I went for the fish pot, a big fish soup that came with the local catch of the day. I would eat that every day if I could. The seasoning was like a curry that wasn't spicy, and the Rouille sauce that came with "fried bread" (fancy crackers) was a garlicky heaven. The waitress had to explain how to eat the meal to me as well, first I was to have a piece of fried toast with the garlic mayo and then sprinkle the cheese on top of the soup and eat that. It's a complicated meal but worth every bit. Not to mention that the presentation and atmosphere was on point- the meals came on slate and the restaurant was directly over the beach so the water was flowing underneath us. I love all the French influence on the food, it adds so many layers to the flavors.