Remember 3am in college, frantically searching for food and concocting the oddest combinations imaginable that your stoned brain could only conjure in a fit of THC-laden starvation? Well, that’s a little bit of what eating like a local can feel like in Tahiti.
And that’s a great thing!
Eschewing the glitzy resorts, $30 cheeseburgers, and highfalutin finger foods, it’s way better to take a trip down local’s lanes to find the weirdest, most imaginative, and incredibly delicious food combinations in the Polynesian archipelago. In the latest episode of the PaulCast, I interview foodtrepreneur Heimata Hall who runs a unique culinary tour on the island of Moorea. Tahiti has a wild mix of Chinese, French, and Polynesian food influences that meld in surprising ways.
So, come along for the ride and next time you go to Tahiti, look up Heimata and his Moorea Food Adventures for a culinary trip of a lifetime!