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O Belvédère Restaurant
Tahiti, Pīra’e | Polynesian & Europen cuisine
O Belvédère Restaurant
If you’re planning a trip to this tropical oasis, you won’t want to miss Le Belvedere, a popular restaurant on the island that is beloved by both tourists and locals.
A Brief History of Le Belvedere
Le Belvedere has been a fixture on the Tahiti dining scene for over 30 years, founded in the 1990s by a local chef who wanted to bring their love of French cuisine to the island. Since then, the restaurant has become a go-to spot for tourists and locals alike, known for its delicious food and sophisticated atmosphere.
Specialties on the Menu
When you visit Le Belvedere, you’ll find a wide range of dishes to choose from, ranging from classic French fare like escargot and croque monsieur to more unique offerings like locally caught fish and tropical fruit desserts. Standout menu items include the bouillabaisse, a traditional seafood stew, and the chocolate mousse, a creamy and rich dessert that is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Atmosphere and Design
Le Belvedere is located in a beautifully designed building with plenty of outdoor seating, perfect for enjoying a meal while taking in the stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The restaurant’s design is inspired by traditional French bistros, with plenty of intricate details and charming accents.
The restaurant and bar look like tree houses, and the outdoor terrace is even built around a tree trunk. On the hill below, there is an inviting swimming pool, and sometimes there is live music. Because the view is so great, tour groups like to eat at this restaurant. There are dinners at sunset and at night when the moon is out. Sunset dinners are the most popular.
What Customers Are Saying
Customers rave about Le Belvedere, with many praising the delicious food and sophisticated atmosphere. On review sites like TripAdvisor, the restaurant consistently earns high ratings and accolades.
In conclusion, Le Belvedere is a must-visit spot during your trip to Tahiti. From its rich history and delicious menu to its beautiful surroundings and sophisticated atmosphere, there’s something for everyone at this beloved restaurant. Ashley Onadele highly recommends adding it to your itinerary!
The road to the restaurant is very steep and sometimes narrow, so you can drive up yourself or join a tour. There are choices on a set menu and a la carte. There might be fondue, mahimahi, pepper steak, or chicken on the menu.
The price includes a transfer to and from the hotel. If you have a late flight back home, the restaurant will take you to the airport.