Mauritius’s favourite street food snack, dholl puri, gets a great write up in The Guardian this month as writer Nicki Grihault explains the enigma of this perfect savoury pancake.
Mauritian chef and food blogger, Brinda Bungaroo, gives us a wholesome roasted butternut squash soup recipe with a touch of spice.
To whet your appetite for travel we’ve just uncovered a great Forbes article ‘5 Places To Eat In Bangkok Right Now’. Fly to Bangkok with Air Mauritius.
Travel Weekly recently visited Mauritius and found its diversity of experiences one of the main draws from kite surfing to delicious cuisine.
With direct and affordable flights to Perth and connections beyond, Air Mauritius can help you discover some of the best cultural experiences in Australia.
One of our favourite Mauritian chefs, Selina Periampillai, has been cooking up a storm again in London as she brings traditional and innovative island cuisine to the capital.
Mauritius is well placed to make a major impact on the international drinks market with its unique varieties and flavours of rum. Find out more.
We loved an article in CNN this month ‘Mauritius: The island where food is everywhere’, which highlighted the diverse range of cuisine on the island.
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!