It is a nice little stop on the side of a road on La Digue. We have taken smoothies / coffees and they were good. Enjoyed a bit the sun before jumping on our bikes again.
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We grabbed a snack on our way home from grande anse lovely sandwich and juices at a great price. Not fine dining but did its job
Infested with flies all around - and the prices are high, almost as high as the poolside bar at the 5 star Domain L'Orangeraie! I would avoid this place unless you were desperate for food and drink on the way to the beach.
Nice drinks and very good food. We ate lunch twice. The prices are great compare to other restaurants. We had the fish fillet, octopussalad and smoked fish salad and the portions are big and the food very jummy. The cocktails are divine. Mimis is on...More
Stopped here for a quick drink but ended up having a wonderful family lunch and sampled a couple of cocktails which were delecious !! Probably one of the nicest lunches we've had on our visit across the Seychelles. Would highly recommend 5*****
This is a nice little cafe on your way to Grand Anse. We stopped on our way back from the beach for a quick bite and a drink. Don't expect haute cuisine but both dishes we ordered were good and the prices were very reasonable.
Lovely little pit stop either on the way or on the return from the trek to Grand Anse beach. Serves a wide variety of food, club sandwiches, pizzas, burgers and local creole as well as fresh juices, ice creams etc. Worth a stop and very...More
After cycling to grande Anne and walking to anse coco and back sustenance was required and Mimis hit the spot. We were not needing a full creole buffet lunch as served at grande anse and Mimis is well located on return trip. Owner very friendly...More
This is a new. clean place that makes fresh food or juices to order. Mimi calls one of the family to come down and make the food ordered. Very friendly and ideally placed about two thirds of the way from downtown to Grande Anse