A comprehensive booklet available in most bookshops and magazine corner of local supermarkets, illustrates pictures of local fish indicating whether they are safe for consumption or not.
If you can’t find local fruits on the supermarkets’ shelves, visit the jam and pickle section: you will be amazed! A stroll in the bustling markets will as well lead you to local fruit vendors.
You’ve tried most restaurants along the Flic en Flac road? Tired of eating fried noodles and pizzas? What about eating for the same cost in a splendid, child-friendly environment? Why not try Domaine Anna?
Allinmauritius tested Le Barbu Bistrot today. They ticked all the boxes. From food quality to value for money, we highly recommend this new address.
Among popular local drinks in Mauritius, Alooda is one of the most appreciated by both Mauritians and visitors.
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