Te Moana Review
If you stay any length of time on Easter Island, you'll probably find yourself returning to this inviting blue and wood restaurant on the main street. Generous portions are attractively presented, the service is excellent, and it serves fish as well as some meat dishes, pasta, and pizzas. Try any of the ceviches or on a cool evening the Thai fish soup, which is a meal in itself. The only drawback is that it doesn't serve wine by the glass, and the bottles of wine are on the expensive side.