A feast awaits at Alphonse Island, with no two meals ever presented the same, dining at Alphonse Island will not only stimulate your senses, but it will leave no doubt as to where you are finding yourself at that very moment.
Located directly on the beach, the Le Lys bar and dining area is the heart and soul of Alphonse Island Lodge.
With a congenial atmosphere, you will spend long, balmy evenings enjoying diverse cuisine inspired by the sensuous island atmosphere and complemented by a comprehensive wine list.
The menus at Alphonse Island Lodge are designed around freshness.
Building on the influences of local Seychellois Creole and French cuisine, dishes reflect their Indian Ocean heritage.
Our Chefs have endless creativity and a desire to exceed your expectations in the culinary department, whilst aiming to cater for all dietary requirements and special requests.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in your package.
Breakfast consists of both a hot option of your choice and a continental buffet, served in the Bijoutier restaurant.
Lunch can be enjoyed in the restaurant, or why not make arrangements for a packed lunch and go have a picnic at your favourite spot on the island?
Most dinners are enjoyed under the starts on Le Lys beach or, by prior arrangement, on the terrace of your bungalow or suite.
Ice-cold beers or a refreshing cocktail can also be enjoyed in our Beach Bar on the Northern point of the island, or the Barnacles Bar at the activity centre.
Our staff is always more than happy to assist you in planning a special dinner for two on the terrace of your villa or bungalow.
A romantic setup can be done whilst menus can be discussed with our chef on a one-on-one basis to ensure that it is exactly what you want.
We are excited to announce that the Seychelles Government is implementing a country wide vaccination campaign and new regulations will make Seychelles safer and more accessible to travelers from around the world. Find out more about the new travel regulations and our path into the future below.Seychelles Travel Update Envisioning Our Future