Mauritius is blessed with a multitude of cultures that have made their way into the daily life. The Mauritian cuisine is a perfect example of this cultural harmony. The culinary trinity of Chinese, Indian and French influences make for an interesting gastronomic experience.
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Here are some of the best places to eat in Mauritius on your next trip to this tropical haven.
This beautiful old colonial mansion is one of the most original places to eat in Mauritius. A popular wedding destination, this restaurant serves up romance with a side of splendid wild boar simmered in red wine. If you’re going to do fine dining as a celebration, visit this one. Its Mauritius food at its finest.
One of the good value restaurants in Mauritius is a short drive from the Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens. Famous for its menu and collection of vintage cars, this is another memorable one to put on your where to eat in Mauritius list.
To taste real home cooking, step into this family owned and run restaurant. It’s a-la-carte menu offers a great variety while the portraits of reggae singers hanging on orange walls make for a cheery ambience.
Even for locals, lunch is mostly street from food trucks or at small local restaurants. Regular street food offers rotis, biryanis, curries, Chinese food, pizza and burgers.
The Pyramid Snack at Mahebourg offers value for money biryanis and kebabs (Mauritian kebabs are served as rolls with sauce). The Frenchie Café on Tamarine and Riviere Noire is superb for small snacks, breakfasts and a great Sunday brunch.
Dallas Yesh Cuisine ‘n’ Bar is a great restaurant that does Fusion Asian, French and local Mauritian snacks and delicacies. It’s also a great place to catch a game of football. It is conveniently located at the Le Peyrouse.
Lemon Taste at the Cascavelle shopping village offers you Indian food with a touch of the Mauritian influence. You’re not likely to miss Indian food here because it is so widely available.