Marie-Antoinette

restaurants / Creole

Lonely Planet review

Marie-Antoinette isn't just a restaurant, it's an experience, especially at dinner. It occupies a beautiful wood-and-iron colonial Seychellois mansion. Bring an empty tum – the set menu includes fish and aubergine fritters, grilled fish, chicken curry, fish stew, rice and salad, though to be fair you do probably come here more for the sense of history than for the food. It's on the road to Beau Vallon.