Restaurants & Dining

Port Vila’s best restaurants, at your doorstep

Enjoy a meal among lush green palms and tropical flowers at Mangoes Restaurant, located just beside The Terraces apartments. An impressive floral display set among leafy coconut palms will have you feeling as though you have stumbled into a secret garden; one that is cared for by friendly locals and accompanied by the mouth-watering aroma of fresh cooking. Mangoes is rated one of Vanuatu’s best restaurants, where the food, service and surrounds combine to offer a superb dining experience.

Mangoes Restaurant is open from 7am daily offering a la carte breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks until late. For breakfast, sample a fresh fruit salad, homemade muesli, or one of the many mouth-watering hot dishes that will give you a fulfilling start to the day. The lunch menu features many classic dishes from the BLT to fish and chips or penne pasta—or try a seasonal salad with a seafood topper for a fresh and light midday meal. The dinner menu features the two signature dishes of santo eye fillet and fresh seafood served on a platter, and includes vegetarian and gluten-free options as well as a selection of South Pacific style seafood dishes that sure to impress. Complete your meal with a delicious dessert or a tropical, fruity cocktail served with plenty of flavour and flair.

The restaurant itself includes both indoor and outdoor dining with all tables dressed beautifully in Vanuatu’s signature island style. Rated highly for its service, Mangoes Restaurant staff are cheerful, warm, and welcoming, quickly building rapport with diners and getting to know their individual food preferences to deliver a dining experience that is nothing short of extraordinary.

Especially for guests at The Terraces Vanuatu apartments, meals from Mangoes Restaurant can be charged back to your room number and room service can also be arranged. Take the opportunity to sample some of Port Vila’s finest food in peace and privacy while enjoying your own phenomenal views.

Further afield, the capital of Port Vila is full of cafes and restaurants with something to satisfy every palate. A selection of French restaurants pay homage to Vanuatu’s history, and seafood lovers are spoilt for choice with freshly caught tuna and mahimahi the hero of many local dishes. Over 50 café and restaurant options are available offering American, Italian, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese and more.

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