Seychelles is not only about tourist attractions and classy accommodation but also about savouring delicious cuisines, snacks, and beverages. Here, visitors get to taste a wide range of cuisines, making it a foodie’s dream come true destination! We have enlisted a few restaurants below that have earned widespread name and fame in Seychelles. If you’ll be visiting this Indian Ocean archipelago anytime soon, do consider stepping into them.

Restaurants-in-Seychelles

La Grande Maison

Located in La Plaine St-Andre, the La Grande Maison is a highly popular restaurant owned by Christelle Verheyden – one of the most talented chefs of the nation. This eating venue specialises in fine dining, so couples can have a romantic time here. The menu changes on a day-to-day basis; however the favourites remain the same. The food comprises 80% local and organic ingredients.

 

Marie Antoinette

Situated in Mahé, the Marie Antoinette makes food in a traditional manner, using local organic ingredients. The dishes are reasonably priced, while the ambience of the restaurant is warm and relaxing. Items like tuna steak, golden apple or pumpkin chutney, fish stew, chicken curry, and aubergine fritters can be ordered. There are several cards and foreign notes from past visitors on one of the walls. They are worth a read!

 

Bonbon Plume

Located in Praslin Island, the Bonbon Plume is a charming restaurant that offers seafood such as octopus salad, grilled crab, and lobster specials. Crab curry in coconut milk is a recommended item. The best tables are on the sands, under the umbrellas. Bonbon Plume only serves milkshakes, beer, and ice-cream. This restaurant is considerably expensive.

 

Chez Batista

Situated in Mahé, Chez Batista is the perfect spot for a rustic dining experience! Featuring thatched roof and sandy floor, it serves scrumptious seafood and Creole cuisine. The grilled fish and lobsters are greatly cherished. Travellers must head to this place for lunch on Sundays. The delectable and inexpensive Creole buffet wins the hearts of patrons. It’s also a good place to mingle with the locals. Chez Batista is open for lunch from 12 PM to 4 PM.

 

Fish Trap Restaurant & Bar

Located in La Digue, the Fish Trap Restaurant & Bar is a stylish and trendy restaurant for seafood specialities and other dishes. The outdoor decking area offers scenic sea views. Cocktails and other beverages are available as well and it’s a treat to watch the sunset over drinks. The restaurant is open from 12 PM to 3 PM and 7 PM to 9 PM daily. The bar is open from 7:30 AM to 10 PM.

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