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Seychelles cuisine

As a traveler to Seychelles you will come across some of the world's most delicious cuisines. Creole food
As a traveler to Seychelles you will come across some of the world's most delicious cuisines. The grilled fish or octopus basted with a sauce of crushed ginger, chilies, and garlic are the national favorites. There are dishes that are prepared with coconut milk and inventive chatinis prepared from the local fruits like papaya and golden apple. As can be expected, the seafood dishes will feature predominantly in the local cuisine, emerging alongside the staple, rice.

A few restaurants concentrate on Chinese, Indian, or Italian food and feature famous international and specialist dishes. When thinking of Seychelles travel, one might overlook Seychelles cooking, dreaming only of a place of pristine beaches and world-class scuba diving. But, Seychelles cuisine is really a five star experience.

Seychelles eating places are frequently small as most of them are family run businesses that are known for very good service and good food. As Seychelles people come from numerous distinct backgrounds, arrays of various tastes are on hand. Chinese, Indian, French, and English food techniques are all incorporated in modern day Seychelles cookery.

The Indian Ocean is known for its rich bounty of large and flavorful fish. The Tuna and King Fish are the favorites and are frequently fried or else grilled in the garlic butter sauce. At times, the seafood at Seychelles is made in "Cari" fashion that involves green and red curries. The smaller fish at Seychelles often end up in fish stew, or else they are curried. The curry sauces, which are included in Seychelles cuisine, are at times combined with the coconut milk and lemongrass. Octopus is a big delicacy in the Seychelles. Very careful attention is paid to octopus throughout the cooking process and that helps to attain the incredible softness for which it is recognized. Often, a spicy curry of coconut is served with the Octopus, diced up and put into the seafood cocktail. One common Seychelles food method involves the mixing of shellfish with pumpkin cooked as soup.

Although it is easy to order chicken, pork, and lamb dishes in Seychelles restaurant, most people say that the seafood dishes are best. And for those searching to try some out of ordinary Seychelles cuisine, there are some good fruit bats here. A bit gamy, and hard to eat due to the numerous bones, bat meat is in fact pretty good, exhibiting a lamb like taste. Then also there are various Terns that are found in Seychelles, whose eggs often eaten. Rice or saffron rice is the standard side dish. The bread that accompanies lots of Seychelles meals is often a simple and soft white bread. The "Chatini" is found very often on the Seychelles food menu. The cold condiment has thinly sliced veggies and fruit that are mixed in a kind of vinegary chutney.

On the more exclusive of the Seychelles islands dining is left to devices of the resort. Thankfully, these resorts have some pretty high standards and are capable to set up a savory menu by using the fresh and local ingredients.

Enjoy your Seychelles cuisine experiences, and never be afraid and try something different!

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