25 of the best things to eat and drink in Mauritius - Getaway Magazine
For a tiny island, Mauritius has amazing food, from Chinese dim sum, French gourmet dishes and Indian curries. Here's my pick of the best things to eat and drink on the island - and where to find them.
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Sugar Cane Harvest by Hannes Grobe, AWI Most Mauritians have a sweet tooth. We love anything sweet and we put sugar in everything. I have to believe that this has to be because sugar goes back a long time in our history. When the French took over control of the island in the 18th century, they developed a very succesful sugar economy. And later, when the British won over the island during the Napoleonic Wars, they allowed the landowners to stay, keep the French language and even some French…
Puits D'amour [Mauritian Recipe]
Mauritius was first settled in the 1638 by the Dutch, in the year 1715 it was overtaken by the French and later, by the British. However, Mauritius finally celebrated its first Independence day on the 12th of March 1968. Today, Mauritius is celebrating its 45th Independence Day! Coincidentally, it is also rejoicing its 21st Republic Day! Every year, there is the flag-hoisting ceremony held at Champ-De-Mars, and this year, the Chief Guest was the President of India, Mr Pranab Mukherjee. On…
Mauritius Restaurant guide - Directory to all Restaurants and bars in Mauritius | Mauritius Restaurants
Restaurants.mu is the leading online restaurants directory and restaurants guide in Mauritius offering the most up-to-date information on restaurants, bars, clubs, cafes, culinary institutions, and food related shops.
Le Gâteau "Francis" ou "Carré rouge" de l'île Maurice, un quatre quart enrobé de sirop et de noix de coco ! - L'atelier de Kristel
Le gâteau Francis est un gâteau extrêmement moelleux imbibé d'un sirop rouge arômatisé à la fraise et enrobé de noix de coco avec un topping chantilly.