Breeze Garden Takeaway

Breeze Garden Takeaway

Breeze Garden Takeaway

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Breeze Garden Takeaway became our second home whilst on staying on Praslin Island. We bought food from here 3 times in only a 10 day trip!

It serves up the unlikely combo of fantastic food at reasonable prices. The menu changes every day with the main courses being 50-55 Seychelles Rupee (About £3!)

Breeze Garden Takeaway Menu

We didn’t have a bad dish from Breeze Garden so if you’re in Grand Anse and don’t want to spend alot on a restaurant then grab a dish from here and enjoy!

Breeze Garden Takeaway - Food!

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