To celebrate Independence and Republic Day in Mauritius we’ve invited Mauritian chef, Brinda Bungaroo, to suggest a recipe to enjoy with friends and family on this important day.
This is a guest post by food blogger Anoushka Aodhorah from PeachyTales on Mahashivratri, the Great Night of Shiva. Includes a tasty lemonade recipe!
The ‘Like a Local’ guide has published its 11 Best bars in Mauritius to get us started in 2017 and Melanie from the guide has some tips from all around the island.
With Air Mauritius direct flights to Cape Town, the best of South African cuisine is just a short flight away. And with Air Mauritius you can take advantage of a full-service, affordable trip and authentic Mauritian experience with Mauritus’ national airline.
CNN has announced 23 cities around the world it rates as the best in the world for street food and Port Louis has been picked as one of the top on the globe.
Learn how to make a delicious mocha-filled tart that will certainly make a great finish to a lovely festive winter dinner with Brinda Bungaroo!
Anyone who visits the Made in Mauritius blog regularly will know we love great food and celebrate this wonderful island’s cuisine with a passion. Here’s three delicious recipes for you to try.
It’s sometimes nice to get a feel for recent experiences travellers have loved on the island and Tripadvisor can help with some information here. Here’s the top 10 places to eat in Mauritius.
Brinda has created some mouth-watering dishes for us before from aromatic fried fish and spiced papaya compote to saffron baked salmon fillet. Here she explains how to prepare chilli fritters curry.
Halim or Haleem is a popular dish originating from the Middle East, India and Central Asia. Find chef Selina Periampillais’ recipe here.