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Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa
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Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa

French PolynesiaPatio-Taha’a

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Le Vanille

  • Cooking Classics
  • Traditional Polynesian villas

restaurant
Rates and services

Menus 8000-22000 XPF t. 10% s.n.i. 4% Carte 7000-11000 XPF t. 10% s.n.i. 4%

terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

For your information: 1 XPF = 0.01 USD

Weekly closing

Main Restaurant: open every day. “L’Ohiri – Restaurant gourmet”: Monday and Tuesday.

Annual closing

“L’Ohiri – Restaurant gourmet”: from January 10th to February 10th.

Our commitments

Insularity imposes its own acute awareness of the scarcity of natural resources. Adopting a sustainable lifestyle is the logical solution!

Here, hotel life is organised so as to use local resources. Constructed with 90% island materials this establishment has adapted its menu to match what is available on the island. Rather than contributing to CO2 emissions by importing beef, lamb, veal and poultry, not found on the island, the Chef makes imaginative use of the vegetables, fruit, fish and pork that can be found in abundance. Before purchase, they make sure the minimum sizes of fish, langoustines and crabs are respected. And food waste is unthinkable: vegetable waste goes into the compost, and the rest goes to a pig farmer in exchange for ten piglets a year.

Thomas Larmé

Chef
Thomas Larmé
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