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Restaurants in the South of Reunion island

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Saint Pierre by bight

St. Pierre, the "southern capital", is filled with good places to eat, and you will necessarily find a table to your taste. From the snack-bars on the seafront to the good restaurants around the harbor, the seaside town offers a wide variety of restaurants: French regional specialties, pasta bar, Japanese restaurants, American or Greek fast food places, fish specialties, Thai, Indian or Chinese cuisine, and of course Creole gastronomy ...

The "Wild South"

Vanilla saint Philippe
Between St. Joseph and St. Philippe, the island offers a portion of authentic nature commonly known as le Sud Sauvage (the Wild South). These varied landscapes, these charming hideaways scattered throughout an ever-green setting between sea and mountains, invite you to explore the hamlets in the heights as well as the coastal road lined with small typical creole houses with colorful well-maintained gardens. On the gentle slopes of the volcano, the people of St Philippe have developed the culture of vanilla ("the best in the world") in the underbrush or on the vacoa (pandanus) trees, and they also exploit the vacoa both in crafts or as a culinary ingredient. So you can taste the chou de vacoa (also known as Pinpin, the heart of the pandanus) deliciously prepared, just like the chou de palmiste, a rare, expensive, refined and very popular ingredient with islanders. For more information, see our page "Restaurants Les Plaines ".