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  • Mediterranean classics

    Arii Moana

    Arii Moana offers a casually elegant dining experience, featuring classics from the Mediterranean region. Enjoy clean and crisp presentations of beloved dishes that pay tribute to this chic and lively waterside setting. Exceptional local and imported ingredients come together through the creative vision of our culinary team, while the beverage program offers a thoughtful selection of emerging boutique crus, acclaimed Mediterranean labels and a refreshing cocktail selection.
  • Grilled favourites, seafood and steak

    Faré Hoa Beach Bar & Grill

    Set on the sandy shore of the lagoon, Faré Hoa Beach Bar & Grill is an open-air restaurant with toes-in-the-sand charm. Translating to “House of Friends,” Faré Hoa invites you to step into a world of Polynesian heritage and embark on a journey for the senses. Inspired by generations of culinary traditions, our chefs have meticulously crafted menus that celebrate local flavours with a modern twist. A creative cocktail list, selection of handcrafted rums and wine program are complemented by the warm Polynesian breeze.
  • Breakfast and themed dinners

    Tere Nui

    Breakfast and weekly themed dinners are served with a fresh sea breeze at our open-air restaurant overlooking Mount Otemanu.
  • Asian

    Vaimiti

    Vaimiti offers an idyllic overwater setting for eclectic Asian cuisine and sunset cocktails.
  • In-Bungalow Dining

    Breakfast delivered by a Polynesian canoe, a romantic dinner on your private deck or a midnight snack overlooking the water – room service is available anytime you like.
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Mediterranean classics

Arii Moana

Arii Moana offers a casually elegant dining experience, featuring classics from the Mediterranean region. Enjoy clean and crisp presentations of beloved dishes that pay tribute to this chic and lively waterside setting. Exceptional local and imported ingredients come together through the creative vision of our culinary team, while the beverage program offers a thoughtful selection of emerging boutique crus, acclaimed Mediterranean labels and a refreshing cocktail selection.

Grilled favourites, seafood and steak

Faré Hoa Beach Bar & Grill

Set on the sandy shore of the lagoon, Faré Hoa Beach Bar & Grill is an open-air restaurant with toes-in-the-sand charm. Translating to “House of Friends,” Faré Hoa invites you to step into a world of Polynesian heritage and embark on a journey for the senses. Inspired by generations of culinary traditions, our chefs have meticulously crafted menus that celebrate local flavours with a modern twist. A creative cocktail list, selection of handcrafted rums and wine program are complemented by the warm Polynesian breeze.

Breakfast and themed dinners

Tere Nui

Breakfast and weekly themed dinners are served with a fresh sea breeze at our open-air restaurant overlooking Mount Otemanu.

Asian

Vaimiti

Vaimiti offers an idyllic overwater setting for eclectic Asian cuisine and sunset cocktails.

In-Bungalow Dining

Breakfast delivered by a Polynesian canoe, a romantic dinner on your private deck or a midnight snack overlooking the water – room service is available anytime you like.
Embark on a true Tahitian adventure to please your palate and awaken your taste buds. Our immersive culinary experiences allow you to discover the best of Bora Bora’s cuisine fueled by fresh, local ingredients.

Featured Culinary Experience

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Events

  • Monday, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    Oro’a Night – Tahitian Celebration

    Join us for a feast for all senses at Tere Nui. Enjoy a buffet dinner while Polynesian performers sing, dance and play music. End the evening with a fire dance performance. XPF 14,500.
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  • Daily, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    Sunset Chill at Vaimiti

    Begin your evening with Bora Bora's most magical sunset views, and enjoy delicious cocktails, wines and beers in a stunning overwater setting.

Meet the team

Smiling chef in white coat stands with arms crossed against backdrop of overwater pavilions

Olivier Fajol

Executive Chef
Born and raised in Cannes, France, Olivier Fajol’s culinary passion was ignited by his mother’s home cooking. After following this dream to culinary school, he began his career at the famed Hotel de Crillon in Paris, known for its Michelin stars. In 2004, Chef Fajol joined Four Seasons at the former resort in Terre Blanche, before moving to Mauritius in 2013, then to The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort, where he helmed the kitchen for seven years. He rejoined Four Seasons in early 2024 as Executive Chef of our Resort.

Arnaud Troalic

Executive Pastry Chef
A native of Guingamp, in Brittany, France, Arnaud Troalic was born with a sweet tooth, having become enamoured with a locally made chocolate puff pastry. After earning multiple certifications in culinary school, he worked in some of Paris’s most acclaimed kitchens. In 2011, Chef Troalic got his first taste of the South Pacific as a pastry chef, planting the seed for an eventual return to French Polynesia. He worked throughout France for the next near decade, before joining our Resort in 2021 as Executive Pastry Chef.