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.
We’ve followed Selina Periampillai’s rise in the culinary world. We love how Selina, also know as Taste of Mauritius, shows both a respect for tradition with a very modern flair. Find out more here.
To celebrate Father’s Day on 19th June we’ve invited the Mauritian chef, Brinda Bungaroo, on to the Made in Mauritius blog to share one of her favourite recipes, the lovely, tropical sweet, Spiced Papaya Compote. Discover more here.
We’re used to covering street food from dhal puri to papaya, great dishes to pick up at the market and alternative places to eat, but this time we’re looking at what street food you might discover in the hotels themselves.
To celebrate Mauritius Independence Day, we’ve asked one of our favourite Mauritian chefs, Brinda Bungaroo, to suggest a recipe to enjoy with friends. Here’s her take on a Mauritian institution.
We’re always on the look out for exciting new finds from restaurants and trends to new chefs and pop-up events. Our new favourite is L’atelier de Kristel…
As part of our Brilliant Minds series, we’re glad to introduce Dany from Marguerite Cakes. Find out more about her beautiful & extraordinary cake creations…
Mauritian cuisine is unique in its ability to deliver a variety of dishes for curious travellers given its diverse range of cultures. Read more here!