We visited here one evening, when he had a hire car for a day and wanted to maximise its use. It was a chance decision and we're very glad we made it.
Despite wondering how far down the lane it was, we stuck to our guns and found it. we were very warmly welcomed and entered a rather too brightly lit, but large restaurant with a gaudy array of colours, but all in immaculate condition. The menu is a true Seychellois one and the first thing we were told was that they didn't have any flying fox, which was rather ironic, because we could see and hear them about 5 metres from the open window of the restaurant!
We asked what fish they had available and having chosen one, it was grilled creole style and served with rice and pickled vegetables. Absolutely delicious! For starters, which were equally delicious, my wife had excellent fish soup and I had prawns.
6 other people came to eat, which added to the atmosphere and overall this was a really excellent meal which offered good value for money, a change from the rather formal and artificial surroundings of the hotel resort.
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