Gourmet Lunch or Dinner at Le Coco's Restaurant
As in many cities, keep your wallet or purse secured and leave the bling behind. Dress for the weather with flat, comfortable shoes for walking and don’t forget your sunscreen and bottled water.The local currency is the French Pacific Franc; credit cards are accepted in many places and some businesses take US dollars.
Tipping is not customary or expected in Tahitian culture but a small tip at restaurants is becoming customary.
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
How many geniuses does it take to create an amazing restaurant?
Three. Willy Kobylt, Benedicte Sauvage, and Thierry Sauvage.
With Willy mastering the food, Benedicte the desserts, and Thierry the wine cellar, these three highly creative minds have made Le Coco's one of the most highly regarded restaurants in all of Tahiti.
Willy presents three original menus: One offers authentic French cuisine; a second incorporates culinary touches from Italy, Spain, and Portugal, and the third brings you the Pacific Rim in colorful fashion.
Benedicte creates her desserts like Coco Chanel created her dresses: with passion. And Thierry is genuinely gifted in the way he's put together the wine cellar.
Reservations for Le Coco are hard to come by. So this is your opportunity to lock in the experience before you even arrive on the island. With transportation included.
Le Coco's Restaurant sits on Sapinus Bay, world-famous for its surfing. But it's what lies on the western horizon that makes the view so magnificent: the stunning peaks of Moorea. This is the Magical Island calling "any night, any day" in Bali Hai, from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific.
Non-refundable if canceled within 7 days of requested services.