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Top 04 Street Food Stalls in Seychelles – The Best Creole Takeaway

Takeout food is a big business in Seychelles; the busy population who often work 6 days a week, love these meals, which are often bought for lunch and dinner. A very cheap source of food, Creole takeaways generally consist of traditional dishes. Listed below are some of the best takeaway venues.


Jules Take Away

Located on the East Coast Road of beautiful Mahe Island, Jules Take Away is loved for its extensive menu. On offer are all-time favourites such as smoked fish salad, coconut crab curry, grilled fish, BBQ pork and more. The place is open for lunch and dinner and is one of the food outlets on the island to switch to bio-degradable boxes. Check out the official website where the day's menu is listed, encouraging customers to e-mail their food requests. A popular Mahe restaurant, Jules accepts web or rather e-mail orders by 10.30 am, and call-in phone orders before 11 am. Located close to the international airport, the place is just 24 minutes away for guests at Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino, an opportunity not to be missed.


The Copper Pot

Located in Beau Vallon, Copper Pot is an Indian takeout. Indian food is very popular in Beau Vallon, due to the huge population of Indians there; besides, Indian food is well-liked amongst the Creole population too. While biriyani is a speciality, you can choose from exotic vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Choose to dine on parathas, samosas or pakoras, together with a fine selection of side dishes and relishes, which deserve loads of attention and some finger licking action too. Exotic flavours wait at Copper Pot.


Coco Rouge

Coco Rouge is located on Praslin Island; it is on Baie St Anne and definitely one of the most popular food outlets on the island. The name is derived from the many coconut plants found growing there. This eatery caters to both an influx of local and tourists who love the place and the food served there. While the takeaway option is available, Coco Rouge offers one a chance to dine-in and enjoy a night out. Creole classics are favourites here, while bat curry is one of the restaurants signature dishes, and a must try for the adventurous tourist staying at a Seychelles resort. A super BBQ is available on Fridays and Saturday proffering a fine selection of meats, with barbequed pork being a firm favourite.


Gala Takeaway

Star of La Digue, Gala Takeaway is well established. Located to the left of the Barclays bank, the eatery is located within a brightly coloured yellow house, which is not easy to miss, especially if you are a hungry tourist on a trail for the best food the area has to offer. As the eatery is located close to Veuve Reserve, you can head over to the sanctuary for a glimpse of the Seychelles Black Paradise Fly Catcher Bird.