what we like is that we get a table usually after 10 minutes of wait. the food is good but we go for the service and the 'French bistro' ambiance. it is under the direction of a really top chef in Papeete so the quality is guaranteed. the dish of the day changes often and are definitely worth the try. for the dessert I personally favor the tiramisu. try beef's tongue, rice veal "the gland of cow" (don't worry about the anatomical description) is divine. a big chunk of juicy steak is always an option for two to share.
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