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.