Seychellois cuisine is based on fresh and natural ingredients. The prominent part of food plays fish and seafood from surrounding waters like tuna, bonito, sea bass, lobster, etc.
Most popular beverages are coconut water, fresh juices and long-shelf milk. Worth trying are also alcoholic drinks like palm wine calou, bakka rum and Seybrew and Eku beers produced in the country.
On many beaches there are bars where you can try freshly squeezed juices and regional beverages.
As the Seychelles were influenced by many different cultures, there is great diversity of restaurants, from casual to fine dining. Visitors can try Creol, Italian, French, Indian and Chinese cuisine on Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.