EAT & DRINK
EAT & DRINK
In Bora Bora, which is well-known for its diverse cuisines and decadent treats, tourists are drawn in large part by the mouthwatering food and interesting activities.
The resort and island restaurants in Bora Bora are as famous as the island itself. Each of the Bora Bora resort and hotel restaurants offers world-class dining with magnificent views, while regular after-dinner French Polynesian shows feature the island’s best musicians and dancers.
This island is excellent in local cuisine, where French-style dishes mend with the local source of delicious fish and juicy fruit.
Be it for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner, you will never be at a loss of experimental food out here.
So pack your bags, swimsuits, and vacation outfits because we’ve got a list of the best restaurants in Bora Bora for you to dig into on your adventure.
A short drive from the hamlet of Vaitape will take you to the Bora Bora Yacht Club. There is a fantastic location where there is a restaurant.
Entering Bloody Mary’s is like stepping into a scene from a Hollywood film all of a sudden. Bloody Mary’s is are a great lunch option.
Les Delices is a small, family-run restaurant. They explain guests the fish options on the menu and describe how the locals catch them.
Gourmet food with French influences, foreign cuisine, and regional specialties. Primary dining establishment of the Le Moana Resort.
The Tama’a Maitai is situated by the edge of the lagoon at Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora, Tama’a Maitai, which translates to “good appetite”.
You have a view of the lagoon’s turquoise water and cöose to the swimming pool. There is indoor and outdoor seating. Perfect in every way.
The unique restaurant of the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort is Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges, distinctive fusion of French & Asian cuisines.
Le Corail Restaurant offers its guests dining experience on the terrace overlooking the lake, stylish and comfortable setting.
St. James, which is situated on the magnificent island of Bora Bora, extends a warm welcome to all guests. Refined and subdued French cuisine.
Villa Mahana established a reputation as Bora Bora’s greatest and perhaps most romantic restaurant for a Vmost memorable dining experience.
You may see the antics of both large and small turtles while you eat at this exquisite restaurant at Le Meridien situated around the lagoon.
The French Iriatai Restaurant offers a wide variety of unique and tasty cuisine in a highly elegant atmosphere with cozy outdoor patio.
The Reef Restaurant is a classy eatery inside the InterContinental Resort with a patio for al fresco dining that looks out into the lovely sea.
Restaurant offering attractive French cuisine. Lucky House Fare Manuia Restaurant & Bar at Matira Point is a delightfully casual dining.
The Far Ninti Restaurant is housed at the St. Regis Bora Bora and offers views of the lovely blue lagoon from both an elegant inside room.
Ice cream can be ordered, as well as enjoyed on the spot or taken away. If the ice cream is now available in the store.
A Chinese eatery tucked away in the shadow of the legendary banyan. The à la carte menu is inspired by many parts of China.
Le Panda d’or is a reputable Chinese eatery that offers a large selection of traditional Chinese food at affordable prices.
One of the most popular attractions in Bora Bora is the renowned Matira Beach, which is home to Snack Matira is also known as Chez Claude.
Vaitape residents have known Atio Hot Dog by name. Numerous hikers have also helped the snack shop’s fame spread outside of the country.
Snack Otoamana is a beachfront restaurant with breathtaking views and a tranquil ambiance. It provides a selection of inexpensive meals.
This modest Polynesian eatery is located close to Matira Point, above the main part of Matira beach, and has a thatched roof supported by tree limbs.