Steve Colas is a believer in healthy food options. After all, he opened not only the Sey si bon – Crepes & Juice bar but also recently Yo love it, the first self-serve, frozen yogurt shop in the Seychelles.
Located at Eden Plaza, Yo love it first opened its doors to patrons in November 2016. (more…)
Takamaka Rum Banana Bread: Something we’ll definitely endorse, and go on record as saying is probably the most Seychellois thing we could think of. Other than the rare moment one of our staff members remembers seeing a Aldabra giant tortoise dragging a beach towel with the Seychelles flag on it under a banana tree. On a side note: did you know that at the last count there were 23 types of bananas on the island – amazing! (more…)
Sitting on historically what was one of the greatest trade routes in the world, the Seychelles resides in the Indian Ocean where spices and all sorts of exquisite goods were traded in the waters revealing a Seychellois Kreol cuisine that remains today a rich reflection of the origins of those cultures and races involved in its creation. (more…)
As soon as you enter Chatterbox, it feels as if you have set foot in a coffee shop one would typically find in the Western world. The yellow and charcoal gray decor, the inventive use of wood pallets to create the sofa we’re sitting on, the quaint photo displays adorning the walls, the minimalist tables and chairs; all these elements combine to create a modern rustic design. And this is exactly what Kirschlee Naidoo, the owner of Chatterbox, wanted to convey. In his own words ‘Chatterbox was designed to give Seychellois a taste of what it is like outside of Seychelles without leaving Seychelles’. (more…)