The name of this restaurant means springs in indigenous maleco dialect. Ti-Cain has a capacity for 200 people and requires a formal/casual dress code, which is to say that guests must be clothed in a decent fashion. This wooden structure has no windows, leaving guests in an open air atmosphere. Ti-Cain boasts an ample terrace that is ideal for barbeques, a rustic colonial décor and outstanding volcano vistas from any table in the restaurant. You can enjoy national and international cuisine, specifically seafood and meat dishes. Waiters here are friendly and helpful. There is a catering service for small groups or special events. Visit the bar in the restaurant or very well move to the poolside bar where you can sit in or out of the water and sip on international and national alcoholic beverages.
Complimentary breakfast is served buffet style from 7am – 10am
Lunch and Dinner are both served a la carte from 10am – 10pm