During lunchtime, it is a great spot for group business lunches, because there is a lot of space. The menu offers some vegetarian options, salads, and fish. Clean and neat.
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Located in center of the town, Eau Vive is a quite and safe place for intime dinner. Good services in a peaceful and quiet setting. Staff made up of religious sisters, very professional.
I have been here for several formal business meals, the food and service are excellent , with both local and European food avaialble, the ambiance relaxing and peaceful. The music's a bit too loud. Try the shea nut ice cream!
L'Eau Vive which roughly translates to "Water of Life" is a restaurant run by nuns within the premises of their nunnery. We sat in a lawn which was dimly lit and peaceful. Service is by nuns from different parts of the world. The food was...More
I give L'Eau Vive for its location and meditative atmosphere. The food is average (although their ginger grilled carp is awesome--I highly recommend this choice) but if you want to get away from it all and enjoy your food and drinks while surrounded by pretty...More
Its a great place to have a diner the meal is really good and it s for a good cause. The pice is good for the quality and there is a good service too
Within the trouble of Bobo-Dioulasso there is an oasis - L'Eau Vive. Lovely French Cuisine, served in a covent by nuns from all around the world.
Lunch was so good, we had to come back for Dinner. I had the duck both times. The Nems were also especially good. Thanks again.
The nuns who run this Eau Vive (there is also an outlet in Ouagadougou) will ensure you get very nice food, while sitting in a peaceful garden which, that night, was also lit by a bright moon. A very pleasant experience.
Had fish which was very good quality and reasonable portions. We got service despite being outside of opening hours (the Bobo siesta break). The service was not fast but ok. Prices not cheap but reasonable. The place is quite large and quiet, being run by...More