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Seychelles Food: Traditional Creole Foods You Have to Try - Begin the foodie journey

The food in Seychelles is mainly focused on the creole kind. Takeaways are the most popular forms of eateries found in this country and you can usually get meals cheaply at these places.


Jules Takeaway

Located on the east coast road of the capital Island in Seychelles, Jules is a favourite for both the locals and the tourists. This eatery offers an extensive menu that has coconut crab curry, salad, barbecued Park, grill fish, and more. This place is usually open for both lunch and dinner and is one of the most popular food stalls on the island. It is also loved by the locals because it switched to using biodegradable boxes for packing lunches and dinners. To know what to eat here, you can check out their website and also send a food request through email and then go pick it up later. If you are staying at Berjaya Praslin Resort and want a change of scenery from the usual Seychelles restaurants nearby, you could probably send an email at 11 in the morning and then just drop in at the place by noon to pick up your food.


The Copper Pot

The Copper Pot is an Indian takeout stall and is very popular in the area because you find quite a lot of Indians settled in Seychelles. The Creole population loves Indian food too. The most popular dish served at the Copper Pot is the Biryani, obviously, and a wide variety of this dish can be found, ranging from vegetarian to non-vegetarian dishes. You can also choose to eat samosas and parathas with a great selection of gravy on the side. If you are in Seychelles and are craving some spicy food then heading to The Copper Pot and getting yourself an Indian take out is a great idea. The exotic flavours found in the dish will certainly spice up your holiday.


Coco Rouge

Located on the Praslin Island in Seychelles, this eatery is found on Baie St Anne and is undoubtedly one of the most popular stalls in the country. Named as such because of the many coconut trees found in the area this stall caters to both tourists and locals on a daily basis. The people who have tried the food say that it is amazing and is definitely worth a visit. While they also have takeaway like the other places listed in this article, Coco Rouge also a chance to dine in enjoy a night eating out. The classic Creole dishes here like bat curry is something you must try if you are in adventurous mood. During the weekend this eatery also has a BBQ available and it offers a great selection of meats ranging from chicken to other kinds.


The Gala Takeaway

A favourite in this part of Seychelles, The Gala takeaway is a well-established eatery that is found right next to the Barclays Bank. This place is housed inside a bright yellow coloured building and therefore cannot be missed if you are walking about looking for the place. If you are exploring the area and are hungry, look for this yellow house, walk inside and try their food. You will not regret this decision as they are known to have the best food in the area.

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