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Jan 30, 2012
The small island of Mauritius has more than enough activities to help anybody build up an appetite. With culinary influences from all over the world, Mauritius specializes in many different tastes that will satisfy all taste buds.
Jan 30, 2012
Mauritius is an island getaway that is the perfect vacation spot for people all over the world. From beautiful beaches, to great golfing, and deep sea fishing, this small island off the coast of Africa offers something for everybody.
Dining in Mauritius
Even as a relatively small island, dining in Mauritius is extensive and wonderful, highlighted by its Sumatran and Indonesian related cultural cuisine, featuring its fresh fish dining. Mauritius’s restaurants have everything to offer from very good local offerings to the sleekest hip continental favorites.
Whether it’s some of the most delicious seafood in the world along the beach or five star dining at restaurants like Veda at the InterContinental, there is a splendid fare of dishes to be enjoyed and pleasant eateries to relax and imbibe in. A real favorite is La Goelette at the Royal Palm Hotel or La Rose des Vents at the Hotel Laboudonnais to be found particularly in the smaller villages near Mauritius. The hotels are always a good choice for fine dining, and Chinese, Italian and traditional Indonesian food can be found throughout this wonderful beachgoers tourist spot.
If you enjoy dining with beautiful ocean views, you’ll be amazed at Mauritius restaurants. You are sure to find the perfect menu, in the perfect spot for an amazing price.
10 Restaurants in Mauritius
The Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita
Cross the bridge to The Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita’s private island to dine at the fantastic Acquapazza. You’re sure to enjoy this open air restaurant with its delicious Italian seafood fare.
If Asian cuisine and European cuisine had a baby you would get the cuisine served at Barlen’s in Le Touessrok. You’ll even get the chance to meet the friendly and always smiling namesake of this wonderful restaurant.
Flic En Flac Kalimaye Road, Flic En Flac, Mauritius
With a portion of their menu dedicated to Mauritian and Indian dishes and international cuisine, you are sure to find something you like at Hippocampe. This new age restaurant is a Mauritian favorite.
Beau Rivage Hotel
Every island has its own culinary flare and you can taste the Mauritius flare at the Beau Rivage Hotel’s Indouchine. With a beautiful ocean view and even better food, a first class dining experience awaits you.
La Toque Blanche
Grand Baie Racket Road, Grand Baie, Mauritius
La Toque Blanche is so good you better make sure you got your reservations early. With traditional local dishes and great seafood prepared just for you, you’ll understand why it’s so popular.
Sofitel So Mauritius Bel Ombre
When it comes to the restaurant Le Flamboyant in the Sofitel So Mauritius Bel Ombre, the name says is all. This extravagant eatery near the infinity pool will quickly quench any hunger you may have had.
Grand Baie Royal Road, Grand Baie, Mauritius
Outstanding Indian cuisine might be hard to find back home, so enjoy the best Indian fare Mauritius has to offer at Le Tandoor in Grand Baie. With chefs straight from India, you know your food’s authentic.
Sands Resort and Spa
Elegant dining by the beach never gets old. While you’re staying at The Sands Resort and Spa make sure you stop by their restaurant PinkPepperCorn to enjoy that ageless dining experience.
Saveurs des Iles
Dinarobin Hotel Golf and Spa
With incredible French cuisine with a Mauritian island flare, you’re almost sure not to find a better dining experience on the island. Experience the pinnacle of Mauritian resort restaurants.
For those looking for some delicious Thai cuisine during their Mauritius vacation, Teak Elephant at the Shandrani Hotel is the place. The unique golf course view and fine service will have you coming back.