On this fifth visit to French Polynesia we ate, once again, at this restaurant in the very heart of the tourist walks from the ship (going in the direction of the Post Office). Actually to call it a "restaurant" is slightly excessive. It's more a café that serves delicious meals simply in a garden-like setting away from the traffic-busy street. Inside the building an atrium lets in light and breeze and they've hung pots of verdant flowers and plants all of it adding to the soothing atmosphere. We'd previously enjoyed both a Croque Monsieur and a Croque Madame but this time settled for a sublime, plain croissant made as only the French can (FPX350). And each large Café au Lait cost the same FPX350 but they were more than enough to recharge and revitalise us on a steamy moist-laden day. The service was friendly, efficient and prompt. It was a pleasure to return to it!
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