Samuel & Severine Goslin credit phot Florence Charvin
The six sisters is the name given to these 1890s Victorian houses on Napier's Marine Parade. They were built by an architect who wanted a two storey house for each of his daughters. They are among the few survivors of the 1931 earthquake.
Poivre et Sel is located in the 5th of them
The restaurant is located on the iconic Marine Parade in one of the six sisters historic building with a seating capacity of 45 people.
At P&S we use red & black tablecloth to create a warm and romantic ambiance.
We don't renew our table, when you come for dinner, we want you to enjoy
the French Fine Dining Experience, by taking your time savoring every dish and admiring the lovely romantic decor and the wonderful Natacha Riou's paintings, a talented local French artist (Natach'Art)
There is a large dining room downstairs and a more private room upstairs with a beautiful sea view. (the upstairs dining room is unaivable until further notice)
We love receiving groups, so please don't hesitate to contact us for your special celebration.