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Goodnight Düsseldorf, Good Morning Seychelles

30th March 2017 saw Air Seychelles launch a new direct route to Düsseldorf, Germany. In the lead up to the launch of this exciting new European route, Air Seychelles offered some amazing deals for both day trippers (14hrs to explore the city) and those wanting a more relaxed long weekend away[…]

Local Food: Bazar Labrin Market

As part of our travel, food and lifestyle blog, the team at Le Nautique aim to highlight the island’s favourite local food haunts and restaurants (generally giving us food-fanatics the chance to eat our way around the Seychelles). This weeks focus is on the fun and colourful local food market, “Bazar Labrin”,[…]

Creole Recipes: Pilau Rice

This classic Pilau rice recipe is a simple and delicious dish that you’ll want to make time and time again. With plenty of flavour, this wholesome Indian inspired dish is a hearty meal in itself or can be the perfect accompaniment to a grilled fish or selection of tasty creole curries. Each[…]

Creole Recipes: Trio of Summer Salads

These three fresh, juicy summer salads are favourites here in the Seychelles and are the perfect accompaniment to any beachside BBQ (or even eaten on their own as a tasty snack). Better still, they are all super healthy – so those of you sticking to your New Years Resolutions rejoice and tuck in. ****   “Palm[…]

Cocktails: It’s Gin O’Clock somewhere!

I am well and truely an island girl and do love my rum cocktails, but the fact that I was born in the UK (well Channel Islands) means that I, like every good Brit, have a penchant for gin. The classic and much loved G&T is certainly not one to be[…]

Creole Recipes: Saffron Coconut Crab

Seychelles food is all about simple, big flavours. We’re really into sharing food, getting your hands dirty and having a really relaxed experience. There is nothing better than loading the table with various tasty dishes for friends and family to dig into, accompanied with fresh salads, fluffy rice, local “Seybrew” beer and some[…]

Cocktails: Zesty Passion Fruit Mojito

Hi everyone, Natasha here back from my travels across the eastern coast of Australia. Huge thank you to Annalise for holding the blog fort while I was away – I really enjoyed being on the reading end of the blog for a change and think that she did an amazing job[…]

Creole Recipes: Coconut Nougat

Welcome to our next Creole Recipes instalment, we hope you’re feeling hungry… When you come to Seychelles it will be difficult for you to avoid one of our most popular desserts; Coconut Nougat. It’s a sticky sweet treat which will leave you wanting more. This recipe is quick and easy –[…]

Our Top Picks: Restaurants in Mahe

We’re in the midst of a foodie revolution and a day doesn’t go by when our Facebook or Instragram feeds aren’t filled with images of mouth-watering #foodporn, unique recipes from across the globe or a retro revival of the classic milkshakes, donuts, burger or even humble cheese toastie. Any culinary connoisseur knows[…]

Creole Recipes: Gâteau Piment

This week’s food blog is dedicated to the humble “Gâteau Piment” (chilli cake), a popular and versatile spicy roadside snack found throughout the Vanilla Islands. Similar in look and feel to a falafel, Gâteau Piment offers a tiny taste explosion with every bite, from earthy cumin to spicy chilli and even fresh coriander[…]