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An epicerie is a delicatessen and a supermarché is a supermarket, where you will also be able to buy take-out meals. A roulotte is a food caravan.


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With various large European style supermarkets, Noumea is a great place to provision. Carrefour, Champion, Geant Hypermarche can all be found in Noumea​.


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short flight away? Megan Nicol Reed finds true love in a Noumea supermarket. Geant, Rue Taragnat, Ste Marie. A couple of kilometres from the city centre, this is what the French call a hypermarche. Like K-mart, but with.


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Casino, Geant, Leaderprice supermarkets are all the same company. Carrefour, Champion is another retail company, so maybe some different.


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There is also two hypermarkets in Noumea: "Geant" and "Carrefour" (this one is a bit farther from the centre and south beaches but in a shopping mall where.


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What to do: Check out a supermarket. Like Tahiti, that other French South Pacific haven, it ain't cheap. There is an opening in the middle, forming an internal sea water pool, and at the tables along the edge you may spot a flying fish or two. Fittingly, the contemporary menu is primarily seafood. The island's bright, white light is all the more remarkable when viewed from the gloomy interior. Alongside the charcuterie at the excellent Boucherie du Val Plaisance behind our hotel and next to the aforementioned dairy , there is a lovely lineup of stuffed peppers and rustic terrines. There are plenty of shops in the streets surrounding the prettily named main square, Place des Cocotiers. A visit requires an early start, so follow the reggae music to La Buvette Du Marche and fortify yourself with croissants and coffee before you tackle the stalls. Most are cheap and cheerful French chains Tati, San Marina, Etam , offering a certain style lacking in most tropical island retail experiences. However, the prices appear to have been heftily marked up for stock that doesn't look like it's the latest season. Should you feel inclined to do something other than stuff your gob, the St Joseph Cathedral sits on top of a gentle slope above the town centre. Naturally, the bakeries are excellent. New Caledonia Tourism.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Apart from a few options in the city centre, most of the restaurants are along the beaches Anse Vata which my hotel, La Promenade, overlooks and the next one around, Baie des Citrons. Like K-mart, but with an incredible grocery section as well. Carrefour, on the Voie Express, north of Noumea. The presence of a microwave, a dishwasher, even a jug in my accommodation has always struck me as an outrage. Traiteurs are caterers who sell readymade food such as duck confit and vol au vents. As part of Le Clerc's gourmet tour we also sampled crepes and cider at Le Rocher Creperie, a cafe set high on a hill between the two beaches, worth it for the view alone and the fine mist that aerates under the canopy to keep you cool. New Caledonian-style takeaways are a joy unto themselves. Many of the boucheries butchers also do takeaway food. But in Noumea, capital of New Caledonia, colony of France, where even the dairy does great food and wine, I wanted to cook, or at least take bread and cheese back to my hotel and watch the kitesurfers and the old men playing petanque from the balcony. Le Clerc recommends George's Traiteur in central Noumea, which is also where we took a cooking class. The freshest produce and seafood are to be had at the Municipal Market, at Port Moselle, on the border of the city centre and the Quartier Latin. I was so full I almost didn't make it to the Tjibaou Cultural Centre. And then there is the unexpected: the bottles of Beaujolais, the baskets of baguettes, the wedges of brie and emmental. Each plump with imported French provisions such as Le Petit Ecolier - beloved by French schoolchildren, these are buttery biscuits topped off with thick tablets of good-quality chocolate, and Boursin - wee rounds of creamy herbed or peppered cheese and local goods la confiture de banane - a thick banana jam with a hint of vanilla, les achards de legumes - spicy pickled vegetables. If you are planning on cooking in your room, or even just slicing up some tomatoes to go with that chevre, grab a small pot of Fleur de Sel de Guerande, the moist salt hand-harvested off the coast of Brittany. As part of our gourmet tour, we got to go backstage at the popular Boulangerie Marais, where harried men churned out hundreds and hundreds of baguettes, each raw length of dough sitting snug and cool in a sort of canvas concertina, waiting its turn in the heat. Baguettes like they should be: skinny, chewy and soft in the middle. The croissants are plenty buttery and the choux pastry springy and full of rummy custards, chantilly cream and piled high with berries. This is the only supermarket in the centre of town. We had been forewarned we'd be making a prawn and courgette pie with orange butter followed by a gratin of exotic fruits, and diligently gather around our tutor, Thierry, with photocopied recipes in hand. If heading out of town on a day trip, stop here to stock up on picnic provisions. I'm glad I did. It's a scrappy looking place. Smaller than the others, it still has a great selection of cheeses, plus it's right next door to a great wine shop. Le Roof, built in the style of a traditional Melanesian house, juts out over the water at the end of a pier. While it doesn't have the glitz of Monaco or the sense of history of Marseilles, in the peachy tones of the stucco apartments and the faded blue and white stripes of the awnings there is something reminiscent of those seaside cities on the other side of the world. Located inside a mall, it's a nice walk to get here around the bays. The Musee de la Ville is in the lovely old colonial-style town hall on the edge of Coconut Square, and while it doesn't warrant a lingering visit, it's worth a quick look to get an overview of the penitentiary and early settler history of Noumea. Afterwards we eat alongside tables of locals on their lunch break, who are obviously happy to overlook the decor for the excellent food and reasonable prices. A couple of kilometres from the city centre, this is what the French call a hypermarche. My grandparents used to pack their suitcases when travelling overseas with boxes of cereal and jars of breakfast spreads. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}There's a dairy behind the hotel. At only a couple of dollars each they make good presents to take home. Don't, however, look for a bargain. Until I visited Noumea I had never understood the appeal of self-catering holidays. Alongside the slabs of tuna and mahi mahi are vast bowls of poisson cru the local, lighter take on raw fish which leaves out the coconut cream and smooth loaves of rilletes au thon a sort of pate made from tuna. A little like Auckland's Mission Bay, on one side of a busy road there are grassy banks, a small strip of sand and the water, and on the other side everything from cafes doing burgers to restaurants with French- trained chefs. If you have been to the South of France then Noumea will seem vaguely familiar. Hard cheeses with at least three months until the use-by date , vanilla pods and preserves are all fine as long as they are commercially packed. Upstairs from the delicatessen there is a professional-looking demonstration kitchen and a truly terrible dried flower arrangement. Casino, Port Plaisance Shopping Centre. Super-U, route de L'Anse Vata. As long as you declare it, you can take more food back into New Zealand than you would expect. A foodie's holiday in Noumea. Most visitor's guides to Noumea recommend you check out at least one. A boarded-up window. The supermarkets all sell pretty reusable bags with pictures of New Caledonia on them and, best of all, wine holders inside. The flammekueche a very thin pizza from Alsace with minimal toppings and a panache a shandy at Les 3 Brasseurs made for a great lunch. Cathedrale St Joseph, Rue de Verdun, city centre. The French brought many wonderful things to the South Pacific, but like all colonists their legacy was far bigger than really good bread and cheese. Admittedly, I was travelling with Kiwi chef Julie Le Clerc in her new role as gourmet ambassador to New Caledonia, and there was a lot of talk of food, but even so I wouldn't normally choose to hang out at the supermarket while holidaying on a tropical island. It charmingly combines South Pacific detailing giant clam shells as fonts with heavy, late 19th century European architecture. Everything just like you'd find it in France except for local oddities, like a not particularly pretty, but probably very tasty tarte aux bananes. I think it was more the refuge found from foreign tastes in a bowl of cornflakes and Marmite on a piece of toast. Geant, Rue Taragnat, Ste Marie. Fifteen minutes from the central city by taxi, this spectacularly beautiful contemporary building inspired by traditional Kanak architecture is a bittersweet reminder that, although their presence in Noumea is almost imperceptible, there were other people here first. Thanks to the Vietnamese and Indonesian influence, a remnant from the 19th century when volunteers were sought from Asia to work in the mines, there are fat bunches of coriander and boxes of dimpled lychees, not to mention the warmers of nem crispy rolls of minced pork, chicken or crab. Budget was their excuse.