Tahiti Island Dining Options
LE COCO’S RESTAURANT
International Gourmet Fusion
An icon in Tahiti for nearly 45 years, Le Coco’s Restaurant offers exceptional waterfront fine dining with breathtaking views of Moorea and star-filled romantic sunsets. An always-fresh gourmet menu, original dessert creations, and extensive wine list are just some of the delights at Le Coco’s. Enjoy a delicious evening in Tahiti with dinner at Le Coco’s. You’ll choose from 3 themed menus: the Roots Signature Menu, the Teavel Inspirations Menu, or the Chinese Asian Menu. Each offers a starter, main course, dessert, coffee or tea, and a botle of mineral water. Menus provided upon request. Price is per person for one of above menu choices. Wine pairing available. Transfers included.
Captain Bligh Restaurant and Bar
A mix of French and Polynesian cuisine as well as great seafood. The restaurant stages Tahitian shows on weekends and the Sunday brunch is quite popular among locals. A long wooden pontoon leads from the restaurant to the Lagoonarium, Tahiti’s small aquarium home to sharks, turtles and tropical fish that will delight kids of all ages.
French Gastronomy in a colorful modern setting. Live entertainment on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Great Chinese food! One of their specialties is Crevettes au sel (Shrimp fried with salt).
If you are craving some Asian food, Restaurant Jimmy is the ideal place for you! From Thai, Vietnamese, to Chinese specialties, this restaurant will soon become one of your favorites.
Lou Pescadou- Pizzeria
Delicious Pizza, right out of Italy. This is a fun place, comfortable, relaxing, good house wine.
L’O å la Bouche
French with a Tahitian splash…, but mostly French. The location is not too desirable, right in Downtown Papeete, but once you are inside the restaurant, they do have a great ambience.
French…very French…up the mountain with gorgeous views and some great wines. A French cuisine specializing in fondues.
Casablanca Cocktail Restaurant
This casual restaurant is very popular with local residents, especially on Weekends. They offer a variety of dishes, from couscous to local seafood, such as shrimp in banana and curry sauce.
Auberge du Pacific
This lagoonside restaurant has been among Tahiti’s finest since 1974. The restaurant offers a unique blend of French and Tahitian styles of cooking.
Ideally located by the water, a great restaurant option featuring international cuisine with a strong French – Polynesian touch. happy Hour is a delight as you enjoy views of the island of Moorea in the sunset light. Live music on some evenings.
This restaurant in a grove of trees across from the waterfront has been serving very good pizza and pasta for many years. If you eat there, ask for a table outside under the trees rather than inside.
Les Roulottes – On the waterfront
This area has recently been completely renovated and looks wonderful. The roulottes or dining cars, offer a variety of food.