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Best Restaurants in Mahe - DINING OUT!

When you are in Mahe, Seychelles you can expect to enjoy a range of restaurants from fine dining to pub grubs. Here are a few restaurants you must visit in Mahe.


Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette is one of the most famous restaurants in Seychelles and was declared a national monument in 2011. The restaurant is housed in a building over a hundred years and this is your go-to place for local cuisine. Established in 1972 and the menu has remained unchanged ever since. Marie Antoinette serves some unique dishes made with local ingredients. The food here is amazing and the ambience is welcoming.


La Plaine St Andre

Built during the 17th century La Plaine St Andre were a spice garden and copra kilns. Today it houses a rum distillery and the restaurant. The restaurant stands in the old plantation house and it has been renovated beautifully. The food served at this restaurant is amazing with a blend of traditional and contemporary twists. The dishes are presented beautifully and the food is amazing. The range of cocktails served are something special and a must try!


La Scala

La Scala has been regarded as one of the top restaurants in Mahe. Managed by a husband and wife duo, the restaurant serves high-end Italian cuisine. If you want to taste mouthwatering Italian food then reserve a table in advance.



If you are looking for lip-smacking western dishes then Bravo is the place to go. The portion sizes are huge so you will not go home hungry. You can enjoy the views of the marine while dining here.


Casino Bar

The Casino Bar is located within the Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino. All about delivering new experiences and constantly adding new tropical flavours to the wide variety of cocktails, this is one of the hotel bars in Seychelles you will be able to enjoy some amazing drinks and dinner.



If you are in the mood for pizza then this is your go-to place. Famous for their fish dishes, pasta, salads and of course pizza, this is a relaxing place to dine out. You can walk in for a hearty meal right after a swim.


Boat House

The Boat House has quite a spread in their buffets. You can pick and choose from a range of Creole dishes. The local meat and seafood dishes, breadfruit chips and papaya dishes are some of the delicacies to look forward to at this restaurant.


La Perle Noire

La Perle Noire is a restaurant serving Creole and international spreads. The ambience is laidback and is ideal for a holiday dinner out. The kebabs and the fresh seafood are to die for. The bar, which is made from coconut food, serves some tasty drinks. The red lobster in spicy sauce is a dish highly recommended here.