Known locally as Edna'seven though former owner Mme. Edna Flohr sold the property in 2004this unassuming, ramshackle building at the end of a...more
The family-owned Hotel Hibiscus is a bit worn around the edges, but its café is well worth a visit. At lunchtime, you can grab a seat at a rubber...more
French Polynesia is littered with little huts serving fast food—all with names beginning with "Snack"—that offer hearty open-air meals on the go....more
Young fashion-forward Tahitians flock to this trendy Pan-Asian spot to perch in the saffron silk booths and spend their hard-earned francs on cuisine de...more
A modest, open-sided motu beach kiosk, La Plage is famous for its poisson cru —raw tuna marinated in coconut and lime juice. Open for lunch only, it's a...more
More than 30 food vans (or roulottes) selling fresh crepes, Chinese stir-fry, and all-American burgers and pizza draw the crowds to Vaiete Square, a spot along...more
This Mediterranean villa set among the bungalows of Les Relais de Joséphine becomes an intimate restaurant at night. It has been called...more
This exclusive restaurant—well-off the beaten path, and housed in a yellow Mediterranean-style private villa—is harder to get into than French...more
Located off the beaten track in the Taravao district, at the isthmus connecting Tahiti Nui to Tahiti Iti, this small, cash-only restaurant is part of a humble...more
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