The sushi bar at Constance Ephelia Resort, Seychelles has been incredibly successful since it first opened.
Chef Federico Casupanan, sushi chef at Constance Ephelia Resort
Chef Federico Casupanan, a young and talented Filipino sushi chef trained by Japanese masters, didn’t want to do things the way you’d expect.
Along with Chef Denis Jean-Jacques, the brilliant chef of Cyann restaurant in the luxurious North Beachside of the resort, he created a Seychellois version of what he believes tropical sushi should be.
This selection has become a best-seller at Ephelia.
The sushi varies according to the fresh produce we receive, and the ideas of the chef.
Here are a few examples of what’s on the menu:
Tropical Seychellois sushi
- White capitaine fish sushi with coconut milk and lemongrass, a dash of sweet curry sauce.
- Yellowfin tuna nigiri with a spicy mango relish.
- Poached prawn with vindaye spice mix.
- Chef Federico’s crazy rolls with Creole crab salad, local avocado and homemade tangy tomato ketchup.
- The beautiful Seychellois bourgeois fish, as a nigiri with rougail reduction and grated green papaya.
Fresh, tasty and very colourful.
Constance Lemuria, villa BBQ
If you’re heading to one of our beautiful villas at Constance Lémuria, Seychelles, why not plan a delicious in-villa BBQ prepared by us?
While relaxing in the peaceful and private surroundings of your villa, the villa butler and the kitchen team will set up the BBQ experience in your garden.
At sunset you can enjoy a passionfruit and vanilla Constance Star Martini, shaken just for you.
And we’ll serve you some of the superb local produce of the Seychelles – fresh line-caught snapper, green papaya prepared in tangy chutney, jumbo prawns in lemongrass marinade.
Tableware at Constance Ephelia
Bruno Le Gac, our Corporate Executive Chef, gives you an insight into the design of the tableware we use at Constance Ephelia Resort, Seychelles.
When you visit Constance Ephelia, you’ll notice the design of the table tops are inspired by the beautiful nature of the Seychelles.
Plates, bowls and cutlery are gently curved to reflect the sensual curves of the famous Seychellois granite rocks. In Corossol restaurant, table lamps are made out of resin, and shaped like a large pebble. The table linen is light grey, the shade of the rocks under the sun. And the glasses have the color of the incredible Seychellois sunsets.