Eating Out & Creole Cuisine
Good local (Creole) food and international style food can be obtained on all the main three islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.
Most restaurants are open for lunch and evening dinner although it is always wise to pre-book as they do tend to become rather busy.
Creole food is a wonderful blend of African, Arabian and Indian recipes that have simmered and evolved over the years with local specialities such as millionaires salad, home produced cinnamon, papaya, pineapples, breadfruit and mangoes to name a few.
Freshly caught fish is always on the menu so don't miss the opportunity to taste really succulent flavours and textures. Each restaurant will have its own speciality, so do try the local dishes.
If you are staying on Mahé Island we suggest you try :
La Scala, Bel Ombre
The Boathouse, Beau Vallon
Marie Antoinette, Victoria
La Perle Noire, Beau Vallon
La Plaine St Andre, Aux Cap
Chez Batista, Takamaka
Jardin du Roi, Anse Royale
Pink Salt, Victoria
On Praslin we suggest you try:
Blue Marlin Restaurant, Grande Anse,
Indian Ocean Lodge Hotel, Grande Anse,
Café des Arts, C'ote d'Or
Le Chevalier, Anse Lazio
Bon Bon Plume, Anse Lazio
Café le Monde, Grand Anse
Laurier Restaurant, Cote d'Or
On La Digue Island we suggest you try:
Lanbousir, Anse Source d'Argent
Chez Marston, La Passe
Le Repaire, La Passe
Pizzeria, Mills Complex
Gregoire's Pizzeria, Anse Reunion
Chateau St Cloud, Kot Babi, Patatran Hotel and L’Ocean Hotel.
Vegetarian and gluton free food is also available in selected restaurants - ask your concierge to help you with this. For clients booked on either bed & breakfast, half board or full board, it is important that you advise our reservation team at Seychelles Travel at the time of your holiday booking of any special dietary requirements you may have.
And if you fall in love with the local cuisine, why not request our Creole recipes collection on your return from Seychelles.