A great cafe right on Place des Cocotiers that is perfect for a late breakfast, lunch or coffee break. Sit back and watch the world pass by with whatever tempts your fancy.
In a great garden setting streetside at the Palm Beach shopping centre, Anse Vata's version of Le Faré (the sister cafe is in town at the cruise ship quay) serves up tasty meals from early morning until late at nigh…
There’s nowhere to sit, but come here to Quartier Latin for Noumea's best breads, cakes and pastries. Beautiful displays and friendly service.
This bright and friendly spot on RT1 in the middle of La Foa specialises in Asian cuisine and Brittany-style crepes. The food is good and there's free wi-fi if you're starving to hook up.
Out on the peninsula between Baie des Citrons and Anse Vata, Fun Beach serves up salads, pasta, steak and seafood on a deck and surprisingly large indoor restaurant right by the bay. A very pleasant spot for a drink…
This little oasis with free wi-fi sits down at the cruise ship terminal on the waterfront. Chic tables and chairs spill outside under bright sun umbrellas and a gorgeous shade tree. Beverages include freshly squeeze…
It’s all atmospheric timber and cloth, with a tiny upstairs verandah and a range of dishes like duck with lavender. It’s famous for its desserts.
Head to this buzzing little restaurant for terrific French meals; it is truly so Frenchy, so classically chic, and, not surprisingly, often full to the brim.
Cool, quiet and frequently booked out, this restaurant has Japanese food brimming with fresh flavour. The best sushi in Noumea.
A popular snack that serves generously filled hot or cold sandwiches, burgers, chips and curry dishes. A good budget option. Eat in or take away.