Tahitian food is amazing. It’s very French inspired, judging by all of the baguettes and crepes. (It reminds me of a great crepe place in Paris that we used to go to down the street from our hotel.) The food was also very expensive. Martin and I would easily spend $50 per meal (yikes!)… so we saved a little by going to the nearby market and buying groceries that we would stuff into our mini fridge in our hotel room.
All the times we saved and had enough money, we went out and enjoyed ourselves.
Picnic on the beach behind our hotel:
The infamous Poisson Cru: (So good)
Bread is seriously one of my favorite things to eat.
Hinano: the national beer of Tahiti. It is brewed and bottled right on the island! It’s everywhere. A little light for my taste but still very good.
We had Mcdonalds! It’s a a Mcbaquette!
These crepes were Martin’s favorite. They were from an awesome food truck festival they have every night by the pier. Otherwise known as Roulettes, these trucks are awesome!
These were one of our favorite places ever.
plus, they have this every night!