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    Café des Arts

    Praslin's most stylish restaurant is in the Le Duc de Praslin hotel. Flickering candles, colourful paintings, swaying palms, a breezy terrace and the sound of waves washing the beach will rekindle even the faintest romantic flame. The food is refined; flavourful Seychellois favourites are whipped into eye-pleasing concoctions such as red-snapper fillet in passionfruit sauce or marinated chicken with tropical fruits.

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    Bonbon Plume

    Tourist trap or front-row seat for paradise? Both perhaps. With such a location – the palm-thatched canopy is right on the beach at gorgeous Anse Lazio – tables are in high demand: ring ahead if you want your feet in the sand. Try the sautéed crab with garlic, the fabulous grilled prawns or the grilled catch of the day.

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    Gelateria de Luca

    Praslin's prime ice-cream parlour does some interesting flavours such as crème caramel, as well as a mean coppa tropicale; takeaway scoop sizes could be larger. It also whips up pasta, pizza and various snacks at lunchtime, while dinner is a more formal affair, with dishes such as pan-roasted chicken with cinnamon, pork spare ribs and crab curry.

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    Les Rochers

    The approach to seafood is all about freshness and interfering as little as possible with the ingredients: just the way we like it. A few Creole inflections liven things up a little, but we really like the grilled prawns or fish. And somehow it all tastes better at the outdoor tables on the rocks overlooking the beach and beyond.

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    Les Lauriers

    Charismatic Edwin and his Belgian spouse have for years prepared a spectacular Creole buffet at dinner. Closed for a major renovation when we visited, they assured us it would soon return in all its glory. Expect fine hors d'oeuvre (the avocado salad is to die for), followed by sizzling meat and expertly grilled fish (usually red snapper, jack and job).

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    Restaurant Paradisier

    Considered one of the best restaurants in Grand Anse, this place concocts Creole classics, copious sandwiches and tasty pizzas that you can enjoy in an atmospheric garden terrace complete with wrought-iron furnishings. Dishes are classy, from linguini with clams to grilled Charlois striploin or French black mussels in white wine. If only it had beach frontage, life would be perfect.

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    PK's @ Pasquière & Gastropub

    You can see this place from the coastal road thanks to its distinctive position in a secluded hillside property with pretty coastal views. Tables are widely spaced and the menu has a lightness of touch missing from many of its peers. The meat or seafood dishes are all heartily recommended, but we especially like the seafood platter. Great value.

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    Le Chevalier

    OK, Le Chevalier is not right on the beach, but the setting is appealing nonetheless and you're very close to glorious Anse Lazio. The menu offers lots of variety from the octopus curry or garlic calamari to lighter salads; the lobster lunch for two (Rs 1500) is outstanding.

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    ISPC Supermarket

    As much a deli as a small supermarket, this fab place sells wines and cheeses alongside generally high-quality groceries. Perfect for a Praslin picnic.

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    Coco Rouge

    Tasty Creole cooking is the secret to the success of this roadside restaurant. It features fresh fish and a decent octopus salad. The setting is less than exciting, but the restaurant does takeaway, so why not make a picnic of it at the beach of your choice. Cash only. Evenings see a fresh-fish barbecue that we really like.

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    Village du Pecheur

    Classy decor, a sandy floor that segues effortlessly onto lovely Anse Volbert, and dishes such as seafood curry flavoured with cinnamon leaf and served with Creole chutney and rice, or octopus curry with coconut milk, make this an excellent choice for those keen to eat by the sea.

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    Breeze Garden & The Fish Restaurant

    In a verdant property near the west coast's main church, Breeze Garden has agreeably green surroundings and offers salads, curries, pasta dishes and pizzas; try the swordfish kebab or Creole octopus curry. Takeaway is also available and there's a less appealing cafe.

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    La Pirogue

    This cheerful cafe-restaurant serves simple but well-prepared meals. There's a good selection of fish and meat dishes, as well as vegetarian options and sandwiches. Start with the Creole mixed salad or fish carpaccio and follow it with braised fish fillet, grilled prawns kebab or octopus curry.

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    Cool Licks

    This popular roadside eatery is a terrific place for simple Creole street food or even takeaways. Barbecue spare ribs, fish and sausage and more dominate the menu but there are also prawn sticks, burgers and fresh juices. The shaded tables have a loyal following around lunchtime so grab one if you can.

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    La Buse Restaurant

    In a pretty spot along a coast road that runs out to Anse La Blague, this pool- and beach-side restaurant serves good steaks, whole grouper and jambalaya, a New Orleans dish that combines seafood with meat and local spices.

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    Capricorn

    At Anse Kerlan, Capricorn is the good on-site restaurant at Islander. It's famous for its 'octopus Patrick-style' (octopus in a saffron sauce), roasted octopus or steamed crab with ginger and spices, as well as homemade desserts.

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    Vero's Butchery

    Simple but appealing. This roadside food truck serves up lamb curry, stir-fried fish fillet or roasted spare ribs as well as a handful of fast-food staples such as hamburgers and chips and the like. It's all cooked while you wait.

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    La Goulue

    This little eatery doesn't have beach frontage but the terrace catches some breeze. The menu features Creole staples and various filling snacks.