L'O à la bouche, a festival of flavours

gastronomy
L'O à la bouche, a festival of flavours

L'O à la Bouche is a mouthwatering sure bet in Papeete, with cuisine performing a brilliant synthesis of French and Polynesian influences.

This is an institution on Tahiti. Since 1994, the gastronomic restaurant run by chef Jean-Charles Lallemand has kept popular in the heart of Papeete. L'O à la Bouche has especially caught the eye with its beautiful culinary compositions, which sail between local and European influences, served in a subdued atmosphere. The foie gras with apple sauce, and the smoked duck breast in Tahiti honey share the bill with Polynesian fish such as Papio fillet served with herring caviar and creamy risotto, crab ravioli with saffron and crustacean dressing, as well as local Tahiti shrimp in coconut milk curry. Unless you indulge in bacon-wrapped scallops with nut oil. The profiteroles desserts served with vanilla and chocolate sauce are to die for. Is your mouth already watering? Then remember to book way in advance, as the successful restaurant is very often completely full.

L'O à la Bouche
BP 343
98713 Papeete
Tahiti

+689 40 45 29 76

www.loalabouchetahiti.com

Menu: around 7,000 XPF