We had dinner in Fish Pot because it is one of the restaurants in Grand-Case where the tables are set out on a platform above the beach with views out across the Caribbean Sea. The setting did not disappoint with the lights of Angulla twinkling out across the Caribbean.
However, with regret, we have to say that the food did not match the standard of the setting. There were elements of each dish which were really good, but these were compromised by other parts which were really not at the standard of a restaurant charging fine dining prices in Grand-Case. For example, we both had a starter of shrimps with tartare sauce from the special menu. The shrimps were fine and well cooked but they were in a doughy/mushy batter that would not be accepted in any decent fish and chip shop never mind in a fine dining restaurant.
The combination of flawed food and very strong competition from any number of great restaurants very close by makes Fish Pot one to avoid in our view-which is a shame given how good the setting is.