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Small locals café it seemed like. Beer was cold and not too expensive and the service was friendly. Nice fans blowing so it was pleasant and the wifi worked really well. I would definitely go back next time the wife wants to shop in Bora...More
On our trip in to Vaitape my wife and I stopped in for a quick lunch. Good selection of items to choose from. I had a pannini and my wife had pizza. Try the ice cream, sorbet and macaroons, simply delicious.
The wife and I ate here twice during our 13 day stay in Bora Bora. We traveled to the main island 3 times during our stay from the Four Seasons for shopping, etc. and had lunch here on 2 of those occasions.
Don't be fooled...More
My husband and I have visited Bora Bora twice now, two years apart, and both times have stopped here when arriving on Vaitape before heading to our resort. On our most recent trip, we actually stopped in here several times for breakfast and lunch. The...More
Partner and l came across Aloa Cafe on a very hot and humid day.
Most tables and chairs are open air and under cover with other seating inside the cafe.
Very busy when we arrived, mainly because like us, the cruise ship was in town....More
I was very excited for this location and maybe that's what got me slightly disappointed; the service is great, very nice and polite people (as all over the island tbh) and the location is very convenient, especially if you stop at Vaitape to shop/visit the...More
At the “CENTER” of the main island in Bora Bora, it is really a surprise to have such a fresh salad and amazing panini. One does not expect to find it here so fresh because of the geography and the logistical difficulties. Nevertheless, such a...More
We liked the outdoor setting at/near the center of activity for Vaitape. The mountains in the background, and the smell of the warm Pacific salt air served to make the food even more delicious. We rated the meal as above average and the service was...More
We were in Bora Bora for a week and were staying in an un-catered lodge.
Aloe cafe is in the main town and easy to find - we went here a few times for breakfast.
Amazing pastry selection (get there early as they sell out)...More
We enjoyed visiting the café, and actually enjoyed both the food and the "fruity drinks". The downsides are slow service and no air conditioning, but it is Bora Bora, so really no complaints at all. When coming over from the Conrad, this is the closest...More