Spiga Restaurant in Grand Case St. Martin
In a restored Creole home on the northern end of Grand Case, you’ll discover a delightful piece of Italy. For 10 years, Chef Ciro Russo and his wife Lara have been luring diners to their tranquil restaurant away from the hubbub of Grand Case’s Restaurant Row.
In English “Spiga” means “ear of wheat” and the restaurant is a shrine to hand-made pasta. From Veal Ravioli to Pork Tenderloin Cavatelli, the food is lovingly prepared, served on Bernardaud China and rounded out with a list of over 150 Italian wines.