This restaurant is favored by tour groups because of the sensational view from almost 2,000 feet (609 meters) in the hills above Pape'ete. There are sunset and moonlight dining sessions, with sunset being the most popular. You can drive yourself; however, it's a more relaxing experience to take an organized tour, as the road to the top is very steep and narrow in parts. There is a set menu and a la carte choices. Dishes may include fondue, mahimahi, pepper steak, and chicken.
There's also a wine menu. The price includes a round-trip hotel transfer. The restaurant will provide transport to the airport if you have a late flight to catch home.