Of course, Tahiti is not New York City or Paris, but it is not without some nightlife. In the nation’s capitol, Papeete, dinners turn into dancing and late night fun. On Friday afternoons, Tahitians begin to unwind and outdoor cafes, bars and restaurants begin to pulse as day turns to night.
A mix of people, language, and taste that make Tahiti much more than just a tropical destination.
Cuisine from all parts of the world
In the city’s central plaza, roulottes or food trucks, serve cuisine from all parts of the world, and a variety of local favorites with twists made from different ethnic points of view. It’s an example of the kind of fusion that is Tahiti, a mix of people, language, and taste that make Tahiti much more than just a tropical destination.
Variety and fine cuisine
Off the island of Tahiti, resorts tend to be where visitors will dine. And there is no shortage of variety and fine cuisine available at the resorts. Chefs can draw on classic French techniques, a top quality assortment of fresh fish, and traditional Tahitian simplicity to forge new flavor profiles and combinations only found here.