the-market-bistro, Bars / Restaurants in Seychelles Islands

The Market Bistro | Bars / Restaurants

Info

  • Market fresh | Food & juice
  • Victoria / Mahe | Mahe
  • 0.5 km from Victoria / 9.7 km from Airport
  • A pause in the hustle and bustle of the Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke Market in Victoria
    BREAKFASTS from 7.30am onwards (full english, vegetarian option, healthy option)
    LUNCH starts at 11.30am with light bites or a daily creole buffet consisting of around 8 dishes
    DRINKS menu (fresh fruit juices, smoothies, milkshakes and home-made rum)
    Enjoy the beats of local bands on saturdays from 10am to 3pm

Our promotions

  • Enjoy fresh juices at Victoria's Market

    Enjoy fresh juices at Victoria's Market
    Sun 27th Aug 2017 to Sun 31st Dec 2017

    Test our wide selection of fresh fruit juices (5 fruit mix, passion fruit, sour sop among the favourites), smoothies, milk-shakes and home-made rum with lychee, passion fruit...

  • Breakfast at Victoria's Market

    Breakfast at Victoria's Market
    Sun 27th Aug 2017 to Sun 31st Dec 2017

    Enjoy our full breakfast starting at 7.30am with a selection of full english, vegetarian and healthy breakfast with fruit kebabs and muesli.

The Market Bistro

Our offer

The BREAKFAST starts at 7.30am with a selection of full english, vegetarian and healthy breakfast with fruit kebabs and muesli. The LUNCH starts at 11.30am and caters from a light bite through a creole buffet consisting of around 8 dishes of typical creole food. If you don't have time to sit down, we offer take away options. The DRINKS menu offers a wide selection of fresh fruit juices (5 fruit mix, passion fruit, sour sop among the favourites), smoothies, milk-shakes and home-made rum with lychee, passion fruit and ginger. From 10am to 3pm on Saturdays, the restaurant offers some entertainment and clients get to enjoy the beats of local bands.

About us

The BISTRO MARKET is a good place to do a pause in the hustle and bustle of the market. From there, you can catch a bird's eye view of its culture between the stalls, the buyers, the vendors and the wanderers.