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Moorea Restaurant Reviews
When it comes to dining in Moorea you'll be spoiled with choices, but you won't have to break the bank. There are some expensive French restaurants, but there are also quite a few mobile roulottes (caravans selling hot food and traditional poisson cru) and pizza and hamburger joints, Chinese restaurants, and restaurants with live music several times a week. Resort hotels have lovely lagoon front restaurants and usually stage one Polynesian buffet a week followed by a traditional dance show. In an attempt to appease various palates, some resort meals can be quite bland. If you like variety in your dining life, eat at independent restaurants and don't buy the resort meal packages. Most restaurants will pick you up for free, a few may ask for a small transport charge. You'll find most restaurants around the Cook's Bay-Maharepa and Hauru Point districts.
Reservations & Transportation
It is advisable to book for dinner as restaurants around the popular Hauru Point and Maharepa areas get very busy. Check the restaurant's transfer policy at the time of booking. Most restaurants will pick up diners if they are in the same vicinity.
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