Restaurants & Bars
The choice of seven restaurants and bars is exceptionally extensive for a boutique hotel. Individual hospitality in all restaurants is guaranteed. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in “Vasco’s”, which exudes Mediterranean flair not only in terms of the menu.
Only a few steps away from the beach are the pool bar “Ripples” with snack and grill restaurant, and “Eden” – also on the beach – serves mainly Creole seafood. For lovers of Japanese cuisine, the “Seyshima” restaurant is open to guests; light snacks are served in the “1502” in a spacious lounge area.
A special experience is an individually designed candlelit dining table on the beach at “Tête a Tête”. Finally, a restaurant of the noble brand “Trader Vic’s” is also available.
Tucked away in the lush greenery, Eden offers a unique culinary experience with stunning ocean views and a tranquil beachfront location that creates the idyllic atmosphere for a romantic candlelit dinner. Savour the delicious flavors of Creole-inspired dishes from an excellent menu of fresh seafood and grilled meats.
Visit the resort’s stunning lagoon and find yourself in its traditionally styled restaurant, whose name comes from “Sey” for Seychelles and Shima – the Japanese name for an island. Expect a delightful evening of teppanyaki and fine Japanese cuisine in an elegant setting.
Voted one of TripAdvisor’s top 10 restaurants in Mahé, Trader Vic’s enjoys a stellar reputation for good reason. You’ll enjoy the eclectic fusion cuisine served at the world-renowned restaurant, featuring unique French Polynesian creations and the famous Mai Tai cocktail. Enjoy a wonderful selection of dishes in an exotic setting with a terrace overlooking the lagoon, as well as live Cuban music throughout the week.
Start your day with a delicious breakfast at Vasco’s, the hotel’s main restaurant named after Vasco da Gama, the famous Portuguese explorer. You will be delighted with the restaurant’s bright and contemporary décor and enjoy the delicious selection of dishes from international cuisine as well as Seychelles / local Creole specialties throughout the day.
1502, named in honor of the year Vasco da Gama first set eyes on Seychelles, is the epitome of laid-back island chic. A beautifully lit venue offering expertly prepared light bites with delightful flavors and an eclectic mix of refreshing cocktails.
Ripples Pool Bar
Ripples is a tastefully decorated poolside venue that exudes an air of casual vibrancy and provides the backdrop for a relaxed experience. Here you can indulge in an impressive selection of drinks and light bites, and on Sundays enjoy a wonderful selection of grilled specialties from the barbecue!