It was Robert Payet, the cordial Robert of the neighbouring hotel Duc de Praslin, who had the good idea to reopen this cult café anchored to the beach of Côte d'Or. This room, full of atmosphere and a certain chic, is supported by a floor of fake granite encrusted with shell fragments, wood and colour, especially turquoise, bringing warmth to this trendy décor. The Café des Arts is first and foremost a restaurant, where it is more than prudent to book.
Announcing a "fine contemporary cuisine", this table certainly serves some Creole dishes, but it has made a name for itself above all for its beautiful seafood platter (for 800 SR and 1,400 SR for two). Carnivores, on the other hand, enjoy the famous South African beef (a 400 g steak) with green pepper sauce (580 SR). We also discover a list of quality wines. Many other clients of Le Lémuria and many cruise passengers anchored in Côte d'Or also dine in this room where, on Tuesdays and Fridays, some sweet Seychelles tunes are played on the guitar. The must for our romantic friends? Enjoy one of the four tables set apart, each on a small pontoon overlooking the beach, by reservation or huge stroke of luck.... A good address, but at high prices.
Open on Monday from 12pm to 4pm (3.45pm for the last order), Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 4pm (3.45pm for the last order) and from 7.30pm to 9.30pm (9pm for the last order). Count between 220 SR and 650 SR for the dish and 1,400 SR for the seafood tray for two. Free transfers (round trip) from Côte d'Or hotels.
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