All roads lead to Rome, via l’Isola, and to Saint Barths of course. This Italian restaurant's imposing building is one to catch the gourmet’s eye. With contemporary decor, a subdued atmosphere, candles on the tables, it is easy to feel at home and forget the background chatter and the close proximity of the other guests. The welcome is warm, and you are treated like a regular from the moment you arrive. The Italian culinary identity, while not unusual, is retained in the simple and tasty dishes. Risottos, fresh homemade pasta, and Cacciuco are all made in the traditional way. The extensive Italian wine list is worthy of exploration.