Discover the best restaurant in Anse Volbert, Seychelles including Le Duc de Praslin, Village du Pecheur, Cafe des Arts, Bonbon Plume, Pirogue Restaurant & Bar, Les Lauriers, Da Luca, Lakaz, La Goulue, PK's @ Pasquiere Restaurant & Gastropub
4.5 based on 138 reviews
We had the buffet and it was wonderful. The staff were very friendly and the setting is lovely too. This is family run by the Payet's...they've been doing this for a very long time and are always seeking to provide the best service. The price is justified by the quality of the food and the service.
3.5 based on 351 reviews
A nice setting right on the beach. The service was friendly but very slow and not very professional. We spent nearly three hours in this place just for dinner. The food was mediocre at best, while the prices are Praslin-style. The French (?) Owner/manager(?) should drop her attitude and start running this place properly.
4 based on 736 reviews
The ultimate in fine dining Set right on the beach, the Cafe des Arts Restaurant has earned its reputation as the best restaurant in Seychelles by creating outstanding mouth-watering dishes served in the most amazing setting. Seafood and epicurean dishes are the main attractions, making the restaurant the address not to be missed. The art is in the attention to detail and the fresh ingredients served to perfection with refined service and a touch of class. By day it is a sophisticated yet relaxed beach dining experience and by night the whole atmosphere transforms into a chic and elegant high-class restaurant with a sumptuous decor. Cafe des Arts is synonymous with gastronomy at its finest. The "Blue Octopus Bar" serves cocktails and other drinks. NOTE: Children under the age of 5 are not permitted.
This is a step up from other restaurants in Praslin. The food us pretty good, we had fresh tuna sashimi&sushi with a capers-sauce which where very fresh and nice. The chicken with garlic mash and tropical sauce was warm, succulent and great in taste. The service was very friendly and the atmosphere very relaxing. Will return and try the lunch next time which have a different menu.
4 based on 659 reviews
Bonbon plume is a restaurant located just adjacent to the Anse Lazio beach. The place is neat and has wooden furniture. The menu is limited but they serve different kinds of sea food and drinks. The dishes taste great though it is little expensive. A good place to relax and have tasty lunch at the beach.
4 based on 1 reviews
One expresso cost £6 or $9. Otherwise it is in a quite good location and though I did not try the main menu it looks like a good mix of local and western dishes.Dear Peter, Thanks for the review however I think it was meant for another restaurant as our expresso is actually less than £3 (2.75 to be exact). Cheers,
4.5 based on 893 reviews
It starts at 7:30pm and offers a huge buffet of different sides like fish salad, lenses, cucumber and tomato salad, grilled aubergines, octopus, potatos, etc... the chef is grilling fish,chicken and beef. My husband tried the fish and I had the steak and it was just perfect! Meat was soft and medium done and everything was very delicious. We also tried 2 cocktails but they were a bit strong for our taste. As it was raining heavily they closed the sides.
Though it is all you can eat and though we enjoyed it a lot, it comes at a high price. For to Times Buffet and two cocktails and one water we paid over 80€.
3.5 based on 792 reviews
New ristorante pizzeria da luca is a modern restaurant where you can enyoy delicious italian food and creole food and ice cream.
As expected from our experiences elsewhere in the Seychelles, the waiters were extremely unfriendly. After having dinner in the restaurant, we decided to have a Ice cream at the restaurant's Gelateria. After consuming our Ice cream we were not allowed to use the restaurant's rest rooms, as the Gelateria have nothing to do with the restaurant??? Just the most unfriendly service we have ever received anywhere.
4 based on 54 reviews
This gem of a place was recommended by one of the girls at Octopus Divers. For 300 Rps, we ate like kings. Such good value for money considering the often ripoff prices that abound on the Islands. We had a selection of tasty creole dishes laid before us, with a cool SeyBrew (beer) to wash it all down. The setting is so down to earth, very rustic with palm leaves and wood. Typical creole. Service with a hearty smile. We would definitely come back again!
4 based on 715 reviews
i went with friends 2x and 2x on my own for the octopus.
the staff is very friendly, the place is nice and clean and we all enjoyed each meal.
luckily i do not live near there as my diet would consist of Octopus and seybrew.
4.5 based on 340 reviews
PKs was recommended by the owner of the villas where we were staying.
The restaurant is on a bus route, but quite a climb up from the road. Easier access if you have a car…..
We didn't make a reservation for late lunch and were able to have a table at the front with a wonderful view.
Service was friendly, the menu interesting (including some Japanese noodle dishes) and the atmosphere just perfect.
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