Ocean View at Bain Boeuf Mauritius
The beautiful Flamboyant Trees view on village entrance.
The different migrant population of Mauritius has added to the richness in flavours, tastes and aroma of Mauritian food. Mauritius is not just a paradise for its beautiful landscape but also a paradise for the discerning palate. Culinary legacies and traditions from India, China, France and Africa have been passed down through generations, enriching Mauritian food.
It is a common Mauritian joke that a typical Mauritian starts the day with a continental breakfast, followed by an Indian lunch and ends with a Chinese dinner.
In our Mauritius restaurant guide below you will find information about the food and cuisine of Mauritius, as well as some great places for eating out. Every dining experience is sure to relax you, especially after a long day of sightseeing and shopping.read more
Creole and Chinese specialties as well as European snacks
The lodges famous dish is Dry beef curry and fish vindaloo.
Located in St Julien Village at Union Flacq, this traditional restaurant is famous for the quality of its Asian food; and proud of serving specialities such as “Chinese Fondue”. The well trained and very friendly staff serves groups and individual visitors with a genuinely warm and professional attitude.
Table D'hotes style cuisine
Restaurant Amigo is a veritable haven for seafood lovers, located in the small northern village Cap Malheureux. The Restaurant which will soon celebrate its 30th anniversary specialises in European and Creole cuisine. It is so hard to choose between its famous signature dishes, that some visitors keep returning until they’ve tasted them all, accompanied by desserts such as the unforgettable "Banane Flambée".
Located in Grand Baie in the North Coast of Mauritius.
Located at Trou aux Biches in the North Coast.