Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Restaurants: Fish Trap Restaurant & Bar

New Restaurant: Fish Trap opens as the Largest Stand-Alone Restaurant & Bar on La Digue Island, Seychelles

La Digue island has witnessed the official opening of 'Fish Trap', its largest stand-alone restaurant and bar on Monday 15thJune.

La Digue is known for good food and has many restaurants but they are all restaurants attached to a hotel or guesthouse. Tarosa had until the arrival of the 'Fish Trap' been the only stand alone restaurant in the heart of the island at La Passe. Carl and Sydney Mills wanted to make a break from the traditional hotel restaurants models and opted for an up market stand-alone restaurant and bar with a view and 'feet in the sand' approach.

The first month of its soft opening, 'Fish Trap' according to the brothers had done "extremely well". With seating capacity of over 100 covers and a signature menu of 90 % fresh sea food, 'Fish Trap' owners weigh its success on its positioning and concept as great contributors to top up its income.

Unveiling the commemorative plaque at the official opening ceremony of ''Fish Trap, the Minister for Tourism and Culture Alain St.Ange said the Restaurant & Bar has grabbed the heart of La Digue.

"Today, I am happy that two Seychellois have grabbed the heart of La Digue. 'Fish Trap' is the biggest stand-alone restaurant and bar, and what is remarkable it is in the hand of Seychellois," Minister St. Ange Said.

"Today's opening of this purpose built restaurant shows that Seychellois have understood the message and they are putting their money where their mouth is. 'Fish Trap' Restaurant & Bar is raising the barometer on La Digue by ensuring visitors an authentic Creole atmosphere with a Creole ownership" Minister Alain St.Ange added.

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