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There are an abundance of wonderful Moorea restaurants! You’ll find these family owned establishments to be some of the most hospitable, while the flavors and dishes are inventive combinations of French, Polynesian, Chinese, and casual fare in a variety of price ranges. Several restaurants also offer complimentary car service to and from the resorts.
Moorea Beach Café*
You’ll find a creative, eclectic menu with of steaks, fresh seafood, even pizza (but we think you should venture to some of the more exotic items on the menu). The vibe is trendy and location is directly on the water.
This fantastic steakhouse is known for its crab stuffed parrot fish as well as its friendly owner, Rudy, whom you’ll typically find tending the bar.
A favorite among locals, Le Mayflower serves up traditional French fare in an upscale environment. Their specialty dish, Lobster Ravioli, is hailed to be the best on the island!
Le Lezard Juane
Just opened in 2015, Le Lezard Juane is a surprisingly hip restaurant serving shish-kabob style dishes. The portions are huge, desserts are amazing (try the flambéed bananas), and hosts Phillipe and Dominique superb.
Holy Steak House*
This traditional steakhouse offers the finest quality New Zealand beef but also serves up some amazing views. Be sure to arrive before sunset to enjoy a cocktail on the outdoor terrace.
Great pizza at a price that’s a welcome reprieve from resort dining. Get your pizza as takeout, have it delivered, or enjoy it at their outdoor counter or picnic tables.
A great lunch option located on a sandy beach. They’re known for their delicious Mahi Mahi cooked in coconut milk, among other tasty and inexpensive island inspired dishes.
Another restaurant beloved by locals and tourists alike. You’ll discover an unlikely combination of French, Tahitian, and Chinese dishes on the menu, but it works! Be sure to try the chow mein for which they are so well known.
Lilikoi Garden Cafe
Don’t let this casual roadside location fool you. Open for lunch daily, or dinner on Fridays, the menu is simple yet delicious and ranges from panini, to seared tuna, to smoothies.
The rustic furniture, sand floors, and casual atmosphere of Coco D’isle are a delightful paradox to artfully presented dishes. The food is outstanding with both French and Island specialties on the menu.
*Ask your Tahiti Specialist about the special, pre-paid dinner packages available for these restaurants.