The "1756" Restaurant
Dining is certainly an unforgettable affair. The restaurants are perched on a beach with unimpeded sea views - a heavenly setting. There is a wide choice of fine traditional Creole and international cuisine, a treasure of fresh seafood and local natural produce.
Cerf Island is named after the French frigate which arrived on Mahe in 1756. The restaurant is so named to commemorate the year of discovery of Cerf Island. The cuisine blends traditional Creole with International in a fine dining restaurant.
With the breaking of the waves in the background and a candlelight ambience, 1756 offers views over Mahe, St Anne Island and the entrance of the Marine Park.
Relax and unwind in the informal atmosphere and enjoy the panoramic view.
The restaurants serve breakfast and dinner.
Opening Hours are:
07.30 - 10.00
12.30 - 15.00
19:00 - 21:30
Gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers during the evening.
The Pool Bar
Enjoy a light meal or an exotic cocktail available from the Pool Bar Menu. Lunch is normally served at Pool bar. Relax by the pool or on the private beach and our staff will delightfully serve you your favourite drinks.
Open: 10.00 - 18.00
Beach dinner is available by advance booking only for a maximum of 4 people.
A variety of delicious light meals, salads, sandwiches and soups are available from 07:00 ? 21:30.
The restaurant is open to local residents and visitors. Click here for further information and prices