Island Life - - Island Dining -

L’houstalet is Port Vila’s old­est res­tau­rant and some­thing of a lo­cal in­sti­tu­tion. It opened more than 40 years ago, and Cle­ment and his team have been de­light­ing cus­tomers for four decades with L’houstalet’s typ­i­cal French cui­sine. A reg­u­lar din­ing spot for the lo­cals that ra­di­ates old colo­nial charm, L’houstalet is known for the qual­ity and con­sis­tency of its food. A great din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence and an ab­so­lute ‘must’ when vis­it­ing Port Vila. If French del­i­ca­cies such as ‘Fly­ing fox’ are not for you, the pre­mium Filet Ro­que­fort, Lob­ster Ther­mi­dor, Prawns Flambé or de­li­cious piz­zas will not dis­ap­point!

Open for din­ner seven days, call 22303.

The ‘Cool’ fac­tor: The French-colo­nial feel and the fly­ing fox. Most wanted : Filet Ro­que­fort. Great for: Ex­pe­ri­enc­ing au­then­tic French cui­sine in a friendly and homely at­mos­phere. Best seller: French Onion Soup. So very spe­cial : The great staff, Cle­men

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