EAT & DRINK
EAT & DRINK
You’ll have a lot of options for dining in Moorea without having to spend a fortune. There are a few upscale French eateries, but there are also a lot of mobile roulottes, pizza and burger shops, Chinese eateries, and eateries with musical performances several times per week.
Resort hotels often have one Polynesian banquet every week, followed by a Polynesian dance performance, in their magnificent lagoon-front restaurants. Sometimes resort dishes can be pretty boring in an effort to please a variety of guests.
We can only hope the restaurants listed below are still open when you arrive because Moorea’s dining scene changes quickly.
One of Moorea’s stunning lagoons is visible from the Moorea Beach Café, which provides the perfect environment for a leisurely dinner with live music.
Cocobeach is on Moorea’s most beautiful island, “motu Tiahura,” and is surrounded by the clearest water. Best place to have a party.
This well-known restaurant in Hauru-Tiahura Point serves both French and Marquesan food that is very good. The raw fish special chef is grilled lobster.
Restaurant with upscale and varied international food, as well as more western dishes. A great place to eat lunch in a different setting with a lovely view.
This restaurant is known for serving the best French food with real island flavors. They are a local family that has been in business for more than 40 years.
The interior of this Moorea restaurant, which is located in Haapiti, is distinctive and modern. A classy outdoor wine bar with plush chairs and outdoor wine bar.
A tiny bit of Canada right here in Moorea. Fantastic burgers and fries. Burgers are enormous. the excellent service. Fresh brea and giant burgers.
After the small town, heading in the direction of the Intercontinental Hotel is where you’ll find the Tiahura restaurant, also known as “Chez Irène.”
When we came upon the small shopping complex while driving around the island, we looked at the menu. They appeared to have a lot.
This establishment, which is a part of the Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort, is named after the Kahaia tree, from which the roof and beams are made.
Welcome to Te Hobu Iti Restaurant, located in Moorea, one of the island’s top eateries is called “The Little Turtle.”
The main restaurant at the Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa has a high thatched ceiling held up by thick, varnished tree branches.
One of the restaurants in the Sofitel Moorea is this one. It offers la carte menu, a Polynesian BBQ/buffet twice a week, as well special menus.
This is the place to go for lunch or dinner if you enjoy thin-crust, wood-fired pizzas. Either eat in or order takeout. All other dishes are French in origin.
Italian food prepared by a hotel, including pizzas, homemade pasta, and delectable recommendations.Take-out pizzas available, reservations advised.
Food truck offereing pizza and others. Try one of the must-dos, like Corn cobs with bacon, chicken, Roquefort cheese, and barbecue sauce.
Pizza with a fantastic crust and unique toppings. We had the Oriental and the La Vahine. They also have delicious and full sweet pizzas with everything.
Lilikoi is a vibrantly colored Roulotte (food truck) that is situated in lovely tropical gardens. Food-wise, it offers sandwiches, salads, and lunch specials
The restaurant is just a short stroll from the foyer and is situated in front of the Manava Resort. This is the spot for the regional BBQ.
Mahana’s Snack lived up to its reputation. Location and food both excel. As they reportedly tend to run out by 2pm, get there early.
This restaurant has the best food, personnel, and service on the island and is a hidden gem. The chef always came out to talk to the guests.
Fish Market & Snack Autea is a small restaurant that has very good value for money. To make and remake without moderation.
A popular roadside trailer offers decent value. Is well-liked by locals and offers an selection of sandwiches, paninis, burgers, and salads.