The Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands is a place full of joy and love. Visiting the island you need not to worry about food. The islands are round up with food vendors, restaurant and boutiques. You may grab foods selling on the street which are copious at a reasonable price.
Street take away food stalls
Takeaways have become a new trend in the islands of Seychelles as well as in other countries. People who work 6 days a week find it easier to buy take away food. In the Seychelles, the take away foods are mostly seafood menus; however you may also be served with chicken, pork, bat and beef. There are also vendors providing western cuisines including pizzas and burgers. Taste the real Creole cuisines in the Seychelles.
Jules Take away
The Jules Take away is situated on the east coast road of the Mahé islands near the international airport. It offers a wide variety of menus such as smoked fish and uses the biodegradable boxes take away in the island of Seychelles. It opens for both lunch and dinner.
Coco rouge is ideally found in the island of Praslin, most precisely at Baie St anne. It was named due to the vast allays of coconuts growing there. It is now the most popular takeaway on the island of Praslin. It is always crowded with locals and tourist. Coco rouge is among one of the best spots to eat bat curry, a must try meal. Copious barbecue with different grilled meats are offered on Fridays and Saturdays.
The copper pot
Situated at Beau Vallon in the Mahé Island the copper pot offers a variety of good Indian cuisines. The Indian take away is found near the petrol station of Beau Vallon. The area is mostly populated Indian origins Seychellois and Indian food is highly demanded by the locals. The take away copper pot offer vegetarian and non- vegetarian meals. Some of the available dishes are parathas, samosas and pakoras.
The gala takeaway is found in the island of la Digue at Anse reunion. It is close to the Barclays bank. The restaurant is excellent in seafood cuisines including the famous coconut fish curry. It is available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 am to 9 pm.
The chilli cakes is a copious snack made as ‘vada pav’, an Indian snack. The chili cakes is a deep fried balls with chillies and pepper. The chilli taste best when it is eaten with bread, but it can also be eaten without bread.
The banana chips is a popular snack in the Seychelles islands. It is most common in Beau Vallon. The banana chips is raw green bananas chopped into slices, seasoned with species and the deep fried to serve with chilli paste. The fresh and crisps is perfect with a beer.
Pancakes is also a famous street food you will find everywhere on the islands. There are different flavours of pancakes such as strawberry and chocolates, bananas and vegetables stuffed pancakes. You have the opportunity to choose you flavour, they will prepare the pancakes like you wish.