Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Moka. Moka is a village in Mauritius located in the Moka District, the western part of the village also lies in the Plaines Wilhems District. The village is administered by the Moka Village Council under the aegis of the Moka District Council. According to the census made by Statistics Mauritius in 2011, the population was at 8,846. The elevation is 203 meters and can be up to 425 meters in some places. Moka is directly on the other side of the Moka Range from Port Louis. The village is close to the mountain Le Pouce and the town Beau-Bassin Rose-Hill. Réduit is a suburb of the village where the State House and University of Mauritius is situated. The village is also home to the Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation and the Mahatma Gandhi Institute.
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3 based on 66 reviews
As I entered the restaurant today, I was greeted with the poster of TAKE MORE TUESDAYS. So, I told the waitress that I was coming to buy muffins.However,when I reached the display counter with all the muffins,the lady who makes the muffins and all whispered to the waitress not to forget to tell me that the offer was off for this year.I nevertheless bought my muffin but I wondered: "WHY THE HELL IS THAT POSTER STILL UP THERE???"Why can't you post a message on your fb page and just take off the poster? I sincerely think you are misleading people.
3 based on 18 reviews
With more than 125 years of history, we are truly happy to continue sharing our most important values with you, those which have been passed down through 5 generations of our family: love for bread, the French âart de vivreâ and the constant monitoring of
Order four ice coffee, received 4 coffees at about 23 degrees celcius, complained and the man went to get ice, I followed watching him pick up ice chips with his hand, put his hand in his mouth( to spit? Eat ice? Scratch himself?), reach for more ice chips with the same hand and then look at me nervously and said that there was almost no ice, because the machine wasn't working... (It wasn't working well to be honest) The coffee ended up in the bin of course.
As with all the Food Lovers Markets that I have visited, this one was not disappointing.It is a very small section of the shop with a limited menu. The Pizzas are excellent as are the filled bread rolls. A great place for a quick meal, even if you are not shopping there.
You just cannot go wrong with Food Lovers Market.Buy excellent fresh fruit and vegetables, and other groceries and wines, and then treat yourself to a good value, good quality meal to round off your shopping experience.
3 based on 35 reviews
Mokaâz, like Western & Asian counterparts, serves a range of coffees, from espresso to lattes, iced coffees to milkshakes, as well as popular food items in a conducive, modern, relaxed atmosphere.
Peter and myself had a brunch at the MOKA'Z on Saturday 21 July. Welcome was poor, staff do not that the first thing is to welcome and create that amazing impression, but we were left on our own. We had to call for hot beverages, asked for croissant, but there was none. Peter ordered a club sandwich, but it was toasted sandwiches with no garnishes or additional things...I had to eat a flat cheese sandwich....Well all in all, the service and the food must be improved. The staff were chit-chatting instead of attending the customers. I believe that they must call my company for training and continuous consultancy on 57877516.
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