Those seeking the finest expressions of French and Melanesian culinary traditions will delight in L’Hippocampe—the resort’s signature restaurant.
This elegant and intimate space features white walls, marble pillars, and wood and tile floors. Crisp white tablecloths are offset by dark wood chairs with bright blue seat cushions—all set beneath a slatted ceiling that allows natural light to infuse the space. Minimalist art pieces reference island botanicals, some of which can be seen in discreet garden views.
Guests can expect attentive service as they sample and savour passionfruit-scented medium-rare duck liver with house-made brioche or local fish pouate. An extensive wine list provides the perfect pairing for the meal.
Le Sextant invites guests to awaken their senses and indulge their cravings with an international array of food. This bright and open space features a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows framing views of the swimming pool and tropical gardens. Wood floors, sleek furnishings, and a colour palette of black, white, red, and graphite contribute to a contemporary aesthetic. An outdoor terrace, with limited seating, invites guests to dine al fresco.
Le Sextant offers an expansive buffet breakfast where guests can enjoy anything from pancakes to smoked salmon wraps to bellinis. Our tasty Eye Openers and Signature Breakfast items are available à la carte.
Every Thursday through Saturday evening, an incredible seafood buffet—featuring fresh crabs, oysters, and more from the lagoon—draws guests and locals alike. On Sunday and Monday evenings, the à la carte menu celebrates New Caledonian and Oceanian culinary traditions such as marinated chicken with cocoa and citronella and sautéed shrimp in a coconut curry with mango rice.
Children up to 12 years of age can order from our kids menu, which includes popular items such as fish fingers, spaghetti, and hamburgers with french fries.
Located beachfront with panoramic views of the windsurfers and sailboats in Anse Vata Bay, Le Faré invites relaxed dining. This open-air restaurant is styled after traditional Melanesian farés with engraved wood pillars and a thatched roof. The restaurant offers seating under the faré itself as well as on the deck under the shade of royal blue umbrellas.
The menu boasts tantalising options ranging from a refreshing Caesar salad with prawns, fresh grilled fish, or a savoury barbeque lunch—all prepared in a lively open kitchen. Signature cocktails including Transat and La Faré or freshly squeezed tropical fruit juices add an island element to the meal.
Children up to 12 years of age will delight in familiar options such as fish and chips and chicken nuggets. Le Faré offers complimentary Wi-Fi for those who need to stay connected as they dine.
Live entertainment is featured on select dates throughout the year.
Latitude 22° serves as an extension of the creative energy in the LM Hub. Modern lines and a sleek black and white colour palette are disrupted by vivid pops of violet and blue. Slatted booths around low communal tables or a marble-top bar with dramatic black lattice work and modern seating provide the perfect place to mingle. Views of the resort grounds can be enjoyed from the bar or large, plantation-style terrace framed by pillars and palm trees.
A lively coffee culture is enjoyed each morning, with lattes, espressos, seasonal coffee drinks and signature éclairs with flavours like mango-passion vanilla. As the sun sets, a more sophisticated mood arises. The cocktail menu boasts inventive drinks such as the Bloody Geisha and Mangorito. Along with wine and spirits, a selection of unique tapas, or bouchees, are served on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Latitude 22° presents live musical entertainment on Fridays and Saturday evenings, from flamenco to rock to acoustic guitar and jazz.
Discover the delicate flavours and sophisticated techniques of Japanese culinary traditions at Le Shogun. Styled in the traditional manner, the inviting space features wood flooring and furnishings and is decorated with intriguing Japanese artwork.
Guests can mingle at the sushi bar as they sample maki, sashimi, and tempura, or gather around the teppanyaki station for a lively meal preparation. Specialties and tasting menus encourage guests to discover new and interesting flavour profiles.
A private dining room—ideal for parties up to eight—features a customary floor seating around a delightful Japanese-style low dining table.
Reservations are recommended.