The prawns are richly garlicy and flavorful. The service was warm and friendly. A bit on pricey side but worth every rupee.
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lovely place to have lunch - homemade quality food, lovingly prepared, beautifully served. and not very expensive like other place in Seychelles.
Hi Jalal, thank you very much for your very nice comment. The staff at Veranda appreciate it. All the best.
Small cafe with just veranda area sitting, very limited menu options. But very delicious food, we had juices with chicken burrito and famous banana cake. Food was super yummy but considerably small portions so expensive. Staff very co-operative. One added advantage is gift shop in...More
We decided to make a short stop on our way from Petit Anse to Baie Ternay. We were greeted very friendly. The lady did a great service. Looked after special wishes, simply gave us a personal, good and welcomed feeling, which you hardly find these...More
I really don't like writing bad reviews. The staff here seemed very nice (when we saw them) but another reviewer nailed it -- do not stop at this cafe. Just don't. We had a driver take us around the island but were starving after a...More
My husband and I stopped for an early lunch and were accommodated even though they hadn't officially opened. We ordered the vegetarian eggplant open sandwich and the quinoa salad. They were out of quinoa but offered to substitute chickpeas. Both dishes were full of flavor...More
we walked from our resort (Avani) which is very close to the Veranda cafe and decided the grab a bite, service is slow and lack of options for a vegetarian, I ordered the Prawns with rice and my wife ordered a salad, extremly expensive for...More
It is a nice, quite cafeteria, only outdoor seat, the food is good- very good. the place is wonderful, quite, calm and nice. The prices are moderate,
This small cafe outside the Avani hotel is only open 11am-5pm and serves a limited range of food and drink but has a wonderful setting and a veranda which wraps around an up-market shop. It's like sitting in what Raffles must have been like half...More