Food & Drink

Indulge in a Healthy Holiday at Constance

Grapefruit Lemongrass Juice Constance Halaveli

Does a ‘healthy holiday’ sound like your kind of thing, or are you put off by the prospect of boring food or not being able to indulge? Well, it’s time to rethink what a healthy holiday could be like!

 
Dinner on the beach Constance MoofushiExpect fine dining and delicious food at Constance Hotels!

Swap your thoughts of boring, tasteless food for visions of colourful, flavoursome and nutritious dishes. At Constance Hotels & Resorts, we’ve created varied menus full of delicious meals for you to enjoy during your stay. Let’s have a look at some of the fantastic things on offer…

  1. A new wellness approach at Constance Prince Maurice

We’ve been lucky enough to collaborate with nutritionist and Miss World 2003 Rosanna Davison to create a range of seasonal healthy menus at Constance Prince Maurice in Mauritius.

Rosanna Davison Michael ScioliRosanna Davison and chef Michael Scioli

Rosanna and Constance Prince Maurice’s Executive Chef Michael Scioli worked together to design the exciting menus. They’re now available across some of our hotels in the Seychelles and Maldives too, tailored to make the most of each region’s unique local produce.

Le Barachois Prince MauriceEnjoy a healthier option at Constance Prince Maurice’s atmospheric restaurants like Le Barachois. Credit: @crem3r

  1. Fresh fish and curly kale at Constance Moofushi Maldives

If you haven’t already discovered how delicious kale can be, now’s your chance! At Constance Moofushi Maldives we’ve created a huge range of tasty dishes for our healthier menu, like our roasted sailing fish with kale and artichoke salad.

Kale is antioxidant-rich and is much higher in vitamin C than most other vegetables. Plus, it’s a great source of fibre and can help lower cholesterol levels.

Healthy Kale Dish Moofushi MaldivesThe gorgeous colours make you want to tuck straight in!

Enjoy fabulously fresh sailing fish roasted with just a pinch of salt and a drizzle of olive oil perfectly accompanied by a fresh and zesty salad of poached artichoke and curly kale. The ever-trendy iron-rich superfood isn’t going anywhere!

  1. Refreshing smoothies at Constance Halaveli Maldives

Chill out poolside and enjoy deliciously fruity smoothies delivered straight to your sunbed at Constance Halaveli Maldives!

Kick back, relax and browse our tempting menu. How about our ‘Acai Dreaming’ smoothie made with coconut water, watermelon, acai berries, banana and chia seeds?

Acai Dreaming smoothieAcai Dreaming smoothie

Acai berries have numerous potential health benefits including anti-aging effects, aiding weight loss and promoting skin health. Chia seeds are loaded with fibre, protein and essential fatty acids.

  1. A tempting ‘Trio of tartar’ at Constance Ephelia Seychelles

 It’s no secret that the Indian Ocean boasts incredible seafood, so what better way to enjoy it than to sample a trio of fish in the freshest way possible?

Trio of Tartar Constance LemuriaWould you tuck in?

We all know that including fish in a balanced diet is a great way to get essential nutrients such as omega-3, so enjoy our ‘Trio of tartar’ including jobfish (a species of snapper) with parsley and herbs; prawns with ginger and lime juice and tuna with soy sauce. Fresh and tasty!

  1. The cocktail booster at Constance Prince Maurice

Treat yourself to a refreshingly exotic ‘cocktail’ at Archipel restaurant at Constance Prince Maurice to kick-start with a zing of ginger!

prince-maurice-archipel-restaurantPick up a ‘Cocktail Booster’ from Archipel and enjoy poolside

Made with almond milk, pineapple, carrots, bananas, lemon juice extract, ginger and turmeric, this antioxidant-filled drink is the perfect fuel for a day relaxing under the shade of a palm tree…

Turmeric contains curcumin, which has powerful anti-inflammatory effects. It’s also a powerful antioxidant linked to a reduction in the risks of many common diseases. Need any more persuading?

  1. Pomegranate and tomato gazpacho at Constance Lemuria Seychelles

The Spanish cold tomato soup ‘gazpacho’ is well known as a delightful summer starter, and at Constance Lemuria Seychelles we’ve put our own twist on this classic.

Gazpacho in a glassAn unusual twist on traditional gazpacho

Pomegranates contain extremely powerful antioxidants called punicalagins, and did you know that the main fatty acid in pomegranates, punicic acid, has potential protective effects against common diseases such as heart disease?

By blending some ruby-red pomegranate juice with traditional gazpacho ingredients including tomatoes, cucumber, garlic, bread and herbs, the cold soup has a delicious added fruity taste. Perfect to be enjoyed in the tropical temperatures of the Indian Ocean!

  1. Fresh tropical juice at Constance Tsarabanjina Madagascar

 At our barefoot chic island escape on the island of Tsarabanjina, you can enjoy a non-alcoholic ‘Tongasoa’ cocktail – that means ‘welcome’ in Malagasy!

Healthy holiday Tongasoa cocktailBeautifully bright!

It’s made with passion fruit, guava, pineapple juice and grenadine, and is best served with a beautiful ocean view. 

  1. Salt-preserved tuna with Asian flavours at Constance Belle Mare Plage Mauritius

There is no shortage of ways to enjoy fresh fish at Constance! This gorgeous dish pairs coarse salt-preserved tuna with a salad of carrot and cucumber ‘noodles’, avocado, spring onions and a ginger-miso dressing with sesame seeds.

Sesame seeds are full of protein, and can help prevent diabetes, lower blood pressure and cholesterol and boost heart health, among other benefits. Tiny but mighty!

Tuna with asian flavoursTopped with sesame seeds!

Who says indulgent food can’t be healthy too? Join us at our hotels across the Indian Ocean and discover how you can enjoy five-star luxury and tasty, nutritious dining.

WHICH HEALTHY DISHES HAVE YOU ENJOYED AT CONSTANCE? TELL US ABOUT THEM IN THE COMMENTS!

 

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    Maureen Rogers
    May 19, 2018 at 9:00 pm

    Looking forward to sampling the food at BelleMare Plagein October.

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