4 based on 189 reviews
Les Palmiers Chez Dev is a family run Table D'hote, serving Typical Mauritian Cuisine, in a typical Mauritian Atmosphere. Where possible, most fruits and vegetables served are home grown in our organic garden. Our Heart Of Palm Tree Salad (Salade Palmiste
We stopped here for lunch on the way to the 7 Coloured Earth site. Great friendly service in a lovely restaurant. Delicious Mauritian food. We really enjoyed our meal here.Dear Jofrost 29We are very pleased to hear you enjoyed your experience with us.Thank you very much for taking the time to leave a review, it is very much appreciated. Kindest regardsThe Les Palmiers Team
3 based on 119 reviews
Being the cafÃ© in the shopping centre our expectations of this place werenât too high. Iâm glad to say they were easily exceeded and we had a lovely lunch.The setting is actually quite nice outside with plenty of shade if needed. The service was really friendly and helpful and we had two delicious ham and cheese baguettes. A couple of large beers and the prices were quite reasonable so we would definitely return.
4 based on 576 reviews
Fusion restaurant facing the beautiful lagoon of Flic En Flac, experience our kitchen and our modern design atmosphere.
We travelled from Albion twice in a week to eat here because we loved the food and the atmosphere; service and food was very good even when they had a problem with their electricity one evening.Duck, swordfish, mussels and red snapper (quite bony) all very good. Creamed spinach to die for.
4 based on 74 reviews
Fresh fish and lobster, nice local cuisine with a beautiful view of "l'ile aux fourneaux"
We spent our last dinner in Mauritius with Jose at his home / restaurant and it was the most lovely evening. While we ate at many great restaurants during our trip at our resorts (we stayed at the St. Regis, Westin, and Shanti Maurice), this meal was by far our favorite. We were the only people there that night and it was really like having a family meal. Jose invited us in and we ate delicious samosas in his living room. Then adjourned to the porch for an incredible crab soup and fish curry. We got to talk to Jose and learn all about his fascinating life and ask him the questions we had about Mauritius. The food is out of this world. Jose studied culinary arts in Paris and had two Mauritian restaurants there before he moved back and that level of incredible food was felt. Only tip is that it's a little hard to find at night and there's no parking lot. So if you have a car, just know you can park across the street near the beach.
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