If you like choice, the best of Creole culture is on the buffet, hosted three times daily at the main restaurant - although the array of aromas, flavours and cuisine on offer may make decisions tricky. Share a table with friends or family while basking in the sun around the pool bar. This is just the spot to refuel with a light snack and a cool drink throughout the day.
Le Maloya (6.30 a.m. to 10 a.m., noon - 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.)
Our main restaurant is the place to gather for a hearty breakfast or a lazy lunch al fresco style. You'll find everything from generous salads, local fish and lobsters to tropical fruits and freshly grilled meats. Experience cooking traditions across the Indian Ocean, from the Maldives to Madagascar. As night falls, festive themed buffet dinners provide a further opportunity to try flavours from distant lands. And if you need a little entertainment, you won't have to look too far, thanks to our local musicians and dancers.
Comptoir Sud (breakfast9.30 a.m. to 11 a.m., drinks and snacks11 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
You deserve a sleep in. For those lazy mornings where you just can't find any reason to crawl out from under the covers, enjoy a late breakfast overlooking the pool. Delicious snacks are served throughout the day and into evening at our pool bar, along with some stealthy fruit cocktails laced with rum. Sit back and watch the crimson sunset unfold into a star filled night sky. And then the band starts. A little salsa, some tango. These are the things that keep us up at night.
Although there's no particular dress code during the day, we do ask you not to wear uncovered swimming attire in the restaurant during breakfast time. Evening wear is smart-casual after 6pm. And gentlemen, no flip-flops or shorts in the restaurants and bars during dinnertime please.
Note: Opening and closing hours are subject to change without prior notice.