• CLOSED: Intercontinental Moorea

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  • White Veg-options
Salad bar
Juice bar

Serves meat, vegan options available. Resort hotel with 3 restaurants onsite. The Shell is the fancy one but not suitable for vegans. Fare Nui offers breakfast buffet from 6:30-10:30 am and will have choices like bread, a variation of jasmine rice, a couple of French style veggies, plenty of fresh fruit and juices, miso soup, small salad fixings, potato pancakes, and cereal with soy milk available.
The Beach Bar offers a few vegan options, including fries fried in their own oil. The dinner buffet is pricey but you'll be able to have vegetable woks and boundless fries and salads. Staff is knowledgeable about the menus and will alter some vegetarian dishes vegan where possible. Note from HappyCow: Some food item(s) offered include extreme animal cruelty. This was added because there are so few choices for vegans in this area. Reported closed January 2023.

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1 Review

First Review by Rikulz


Points +41

22 Apr 2021


This is a beautiful resort, with an amazingly friendly and helpful staff. The breakfast offerings (Fare Nui) were adequate, and breakfast became my favorite meal. You can get breakfast included with your room, I highly recommend it. Everything was fresh and tasty. The vegetable offering changed each day, so that was nice. The Beach Bar offered many vegetarian items, but the staff was very accommodating when you didnt want cheese or cream. Fare Hana offered a lentil burger and cauliflower bisque soup from lunch through dinner. Reminder: Tabasco is the spiciest thing on the island, so mustard and black pepper become your best friends. The theme night buffets are magnificent, as far as the post dinner entertainment goes. The food selection varies quite a bit. You'll always find rice, bread, and veggies. Some nights there was vegetable tofu stir fry, or fresh french fries. Other nights you're building a mega salad instead with other various vegetables. It's no vegan haven, and it isn't cheap ($200 bucks for 2 people, no wine), but it beats going to some local spot elsewhere and trying to veganize something at a steak house. It was worth it for me. She loved it, I enjoyed it. Happy wife, happy life! If you're a vegan on Moorea, this is a good place to start.

Pros: potatoes and veggies cooked in separate areas than, super friendly staff, Theme nights are really fun

Cons: pricey, but what isn't on this island?, one night, I saw them serving veal. I did submit a, vegan offerings can be lackluster for the price.

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