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We made reservations for 8 people a few days earlier for a Sat evening. We expected great food but no show since that is on Sat night. Our host stepped up - he arranged for 2 Tahitian men to play ukuleles and sing thru the...More
We were on a catamaran and the crew made the reservations. They are showmen from the moment you get on their dock until the time to go back to the boat.
Beautiful dancing and looks like true ethnic music and dancing.
The food is mediocre....More
What a fun evening! Our catamaran crew arranged dinner and the show here on our last evening. It was delicious and so fun! Some of our group wasn’t as happy with the food but they weren’t very adventurous eaters. We loved it and really enjoyed...More
Our captain made our reservation before we realized it was a meat heavy buffet (and we have 2 pescatarians and one vegetarian..)
Once I looked it up I noticed others said they just had drinks at the bar so we decided we'd do that instead....More
This was were we came to for our last dinner as a boat crew - the dancing and fire show are top notch - the food - well it is cooked in the traditional style - in a pit in 'group size' containers. They cannot...More
The food was terrible. I feel better telling myself that the money I spent was to see the amazing dancing show that accompanied it. We went on a Friday, I don't know if it is only certain nights or not.
We came to see the show. It was very nice and we have enjoyed it. As we were not eating we ordered some cocktails because we didn't want to see the show without getting and paying for anything. The cocktails were ok, pretty small though....More
I have been Polynesian shows or luaus before. By far, this had the most disappointing food. There dishes mostly consisted of mystery meat, a few vegetables and rice. The show was good, but now better than any that I have seen in Hawaii. There were...More
We attended the Polynesian show at Le Ficus. The show was fun and well done.
The food was underwhelming relative to our dining experiences in French Polynesia and 7 fo the 8 of us were not very happy with the food.
Sadly the beer was...More