Situated in the heart of La Digue, Zerof Restaurant serves a unique blend of continental and Creole cuisine which is a favourite with tourists and locals alike. Our dedicated staff will exceed your expectations by providing you with a specialized service. Our speciality is no doubt our Creole cuisine in which both our take away and restaurant has excellent reputations. During evening time we take great pride in offering our guests a Creole set menu, which changes every night and reflects our multi cultural way of cooking combined with light traditional music, Zerof Restaurant is no doubt a must when visiting La Digue.
Serves popular international fare and local Creole specialties in eclectic mix, live-cooking style and buffet featuring the “Catch of the day”. The outside deck graciously overlooks the Indian Ocean and the crystal clear waters for alfresco dining. The breathtaking view of the sun setting over the Indian Ocean will whet your appetite, marking an exquisite and memorable dining experience.
Le Repaire Restaurant
Italian chef Remo and his wife Nicoletta welcomes you to our fine dining Italian restaurant with a special touch from the Seychelles. Using local fish, octopus and smoked fish as well as other ingredients…. We can offer you many dishes to tempt your palate. You can either have a simple pizza or a four course meal, and whatever you choose we believe you will leave feeling satisfied. Whilst eating you will look across our garden and out across the sea to neighbouring Praslin Island. If you come early eveninng, there is nothing nicer than a cool apperetif on the beach whilst you watch the sunset.
Located on the upper deck of the all day dining area, Le Combava, which means kaffir lime, is an exquisitely designed roof terrace lounge serving à la carte food only. This epicurean delight serves up the finest meals using the freshest ingredients only, for an upbeat and sophisticated culinary experience. Choose from one of our numerous wine references from Le Domaine’s cellar to accompany the delectable meal with – a feast for the all the senses.
The Tarosa Restaurant, located at La Passe on La Digue Island, welcomes clients to any one of seven separate dining areas, each with a capacity for ten diners and each with a magnificent view of the ocean. Tarosa is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers an à la carte menu with Creole specialities.
Restaurant Patatran at Hotel L’Ocean commands a view over the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean with the islands of Grande Soeur, Petite Soeur, Coco, Félicité, Ave Maria and Curieuse in the foreground. The restaurant serves an à la carte menu which consists of primarily Creole food and is sometimes accompanied by international dishes. Nature in all its beauty!!