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We stopped in for a cold beer on a hot day, and they certainly had that. At US$5 for a small (roughly 12 oz.) it wasn't a ripoff. They had quite a wine list too; people we know who are knowledgeable said it was a...More
I ordered a pizza because I don't read much french and honestly nothing else sounded appetizing on the menu. The first pizza I chose I was told I couldn't have because they were out of ingredients. I chose one that I kind of, sort of...More
This is not a fancy place. The word rustic comes to mind. The service isn't amazing, you would have to go to the counter to order etc. Is it cheap? No. Like everything in Tahiti it's expensive.......but, the view and the food is absolutely amazing!...More
We ate here twice ,as the title says we didn’t expect much but actually had two very good meals with very efficient service ,not particularly cheap even though it’s quite a simple place ,but this is Tahiti nothing is cheap
Moana Nui is a very nice place to stop for a beer and use the internet. It has an outstanding view of the harbor and they accept US dollars. I was here on a cruise ship four years ago and had good memories of the...More
Friendly and welcoming not far form the Tiki Park and overlooking the shore line. Food ok, pizza popular but dont go expecting too much. We came away satisfied. Prices not too bad and drinks came quickly the food too a while but the views made...More
Located on the piece of road that faces the shore, this small restaurant has the advantage of being one of only 5 eating places in Taiohae. Pizzas and rather good French food is served either inside or on the large terrace fronting the sea.
This place is a solid choice when you want a night out for dinner (and you've already been or don't want to spend the money at La Pearl). Don't overthink the pizza -- you're still in Polynesia -- it's more like flatbread. The local seafood...More