Masterchef Winner 2012, Shelina Permalloo, recently visited Mauritius and has come up with a delicious recipe for coconut, lime and fish skewers.
If you’re after a lazy, lingering mid-morning meal at the weekend, here’s our pick of the top brunches in Mauritius.
Shake things up a bit and try a different style of food while you’re in Mauritius. From street food snack bars to fine dining at sea, here’s five alternative places to try.
A new company in Mauritius is producing a revolutionary type of rice. With a certified low GI (glycemic index), this can have a long lasting and hugely beneficial impact on all who consume it. Discover how it works.
Mauritius has some incredible dishes for special occasions and today we’re sharing an incredible Mauritian Goat Curry recipe by Selina Periampillai, a self-taught cook who specialises in Mauritian cuisine.
Breakfasts in Mauritius are created with one eye on these burgeoning trends while still drawing upon Mauritius’s own rich cuisine, so there’s no excuse to ever skip breakfast again.
If you’re spending the festive season in the sunshine this year, pay a toast to the season with a few of our favourite Christmas cocktails.
A stopover in Mauritius can provide foodie travellers with a quick and easy chance to taste something new. Here’s a few of the best ways to immerse yourself in the island’s rich food culture:
Only in Mauritius can you indulge in a cuisine that draws upon Chinese, Indian, French and Creole influences, and you’ll soon discover there’s more than one way to enjoy a Christmas dinner.
Mauritius’s rich heritage of developing a variety of rum places it in a unique position to creatively reimagine cocktails. Discover our selection of the 5 must-try cocktails on the Island.