Believe it or not Seychelles actually has cuisine---as opposed to just resort martinins. I made "Tuna with Safrin (cumin) and coconut milk" and a plantain dish also with coconut milk. Both dishes surprised me. The tuna dish was good enough that Dave actually wants to have it again. It's not something I would ever crave, but it wasn't bad. We had it with rice, and since we happened to have homemade banana ice-cream on hand, we had banana ice-cream floats in fancy glasses complete with swizzle sticks.
The plantain dish, on the other hand was surprising in a bad way--it sounded so good! Put cinnamon sticks in a frying pan then put the peeled and sliced plantains on top--sprinkle with sugar, salt and nutmeg--cover the whole thing with coconut milk and a split vanilla bean pod (which I actually had) and simmer. Smelled great. Tasted---really bland. The dish might be saved if served with a big scoop of ice-cream with hot fudge, but short of that, no.