What area of the island would be convenient for you? There are a few that did open up that could be considered "not overly expensive" but I guess that's a particularly wide range without further defining. I heard that a new restaurant opened in the Atlantis Casino complex and I think it is called Manhattan. We will probably be trying it on our upcoming trip. It has been said that the food was good and that the prices were reasonable. The menu seemed to be varied including steak and seafood.
Then there is the new Greenhouse in the Pelican area. The pricing would, I assume, be comparable to the Greenhouse in Philipsburg which I have heard is reasonable as well.
As far as we are concerned, we usually stick with the tried and true restaurants that have withstood the test of time. The longer the restaurant has been there, the more consistent the food is and to me, this is worth it's weight in gold when on vacation. The restaurants we have enjoyed that are priced reasonably for the food delivered are simple places like The Sugar Cane Cafe, The Fashion Cafe, Pizza Pasta, Tortuga, and Le Croissanterie. For slightly more upscale pricing yet "very good" - "great food"... Paris Bistro, Bajatzu, Peg Leg Pub, Pineapple Pete's, and Toppers by the Sea. For fine dining where the food is superb and the price reflects this, La Gondola, La Vie en Rose, and Temptation.
Occasionally we have dabbled in a new restaurant that has gotten a good review but lately have been disappointed. That's why we don't dabble often.
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