The resort only offers breakfast which is served daily on the main terrace from 6.30-9.30am. Options include their homemade marmalade and yoghurt, a selection of pancakes and omelettes, coffee, and fresh seasonal juices. The meeting time at the dive centre is around 7.30am which is just a 5-minute walk from the resort.
The main house (to which all guests have access to) has a small kitchen where you can prepare your own fruits or salads purchased from the market (although no cooking is allowed). Tea and coffee is available throughout the day, and there’s an honesty bar offering wine, beer, water, mixers and sodas.
There are several restaurants to choose from in Tofo, offering a selection of meat and fish dishes with some delicious salads. One of the nicest is Casa de Comer, French cuisine with a splash of local flavour. The proximity of the market and the sea guarantees the quality and the freshness of the shellfish, fish, vegetables, and fruits.
Tartare of fish and cucumber, various mixed salads, carpaccio of fish, crab mayonnaise, seafood feuilleté, calamari flambé with pastis, fish filet “au vin blanc”, grilled crayfish, Mozambican matapa (manioc leaves cooked with coco, cashew nuts and seafood), chicken with cashew nuts, fresh exotic fruit salad, crème caramel, real chocolate mousse, mango pie, bananas flambé with local rum are just some of the dishes often available.
Tofo Tofo have a good reputation and offers value for money, and there are a couple of small places where you can pick up a pizza if that takes your fancy. Local specialities, both hot and cold, are also available from the lively markets and welcoming bars.