A quote from my wife at one of her favourite restaurants in her home town. A wonderful experience classic dishes with some Tahitian style and hospitality. I loved the whole experience.
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Great food and service. I consider this more Asian fusion and the menu is extensive. The best fried rice I've ever tasted. Friendly Tahitian staff.
This restaurant was highly recommended. The menu is in French and only one of the staff members spoke very little English, so many sure you are prepared going into the restaurant! The food was great and the staff was very nice. It is definitely a local restaurant and not "touristy".
One can always tell if a restaurant is good if all of the customers are local. That was the case when we (Americans) walked into Dahlia's and everyone was Tahitian. The food was delicious.
One of the best chinese restaurant in Tahiti. I'm realy fond of their Pekin duck, Pork with coconut milk and Steamed fish.
Make sure you order Taro farcie and Peking duck. The service is great and smiles abound. All the food is delicious. Always very busy, best to make a reservation. One of Tahiti's long standing and best restaurants.
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