Located between the Mullet Bay Golf Course and the airport, this pretty, relaxing spot feels like a little bit of Paris in the islands. Some would argue that with both sushi and tapas on the menu, you could throw in Japan and Spain, too. You can roam (if you want to) all over the globe during dinner, by starting with a fine French onion soup or escargots, or maybe a sushi starter. From there, you can go off on any number of culinary tangents, from grilled Caribbean lobster to penne carbonara. Frankly, it's all fresh and well-prepared, including the sushi. But it's the Gallic ambience—helmed by a French chef preparing classic French bistro favorites—that stands out.  Look for the neon windmill out front to guide you in.