by Christina Lamonica
(Sydney, NSW, Australia )
My husband and I are heading to Bora Bora in December for my 30th and I was wondering how much ($AU) would we need for food at the Four Seasons. We not big on alcohol so it just be for lunch and dinner as breakfast is included?
Bora Bora Island Guide's Response
What a beautiful place to celebrate your 30th birthday! We have just returned from a stay at the Four Seasons Bora Bora, and have updated all this new information about the Four Seasons Bora Bora on the site, including lots of detail about the food and restaurants.
On this page you will find the lunch menu with prices and the restaurant options.
To translate the prices roughly - you take off the last two "00" and it will give you the $US cost of the meal. So for example 28,00 on the menu would be around $US28, which would mean close to $35 for us Australians.
On this page you will find out more about the dining prices for dinner.
We found the cost of eating at the Four Seasons Bora Bora similar to what it costs to eat out at good restaurants in Sydney. Last Friday my pasta dish in Darlinghurst cost me $34 - that's what I would have paid in Bora Bora!
Drink prices are similar too:
$20+ for a cocktail
$8 for mineral water
$10 for a beer
The cost of eating for the week will be a little higher than if you were eating out every meal in Sydney for the week, but only slightly. If you have breakfast included in your package (which we highly recommend), you can eat casually all day, and can be smart about your meal selection from the choice of restaurants available to have control over what you will spend. A tip for a good priced dinner option is to order from the all day in room dining menu and have dinner on your bungalow's deck.
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