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The market is known for its cheap eats. You can grab a couple of chilli cakes and samousas stuffed in a paper bag and sprinkled with chilli sauce for only 40 pence.

Thaipoosam Cavadee has a strong religious significance, it recalls the birth of Lord Muruga. The festival is preceded by ten days of fasting. Devotees would eat only vegetarian meals on these days and would abstain from carnal pursuits

Kung Hei Fat Choy

Posted: 15/02/2017

Tags: culture | festival | food |

The Chinese Spring Festival is a public holiday in Mauritius. Depending on the lunar calendar, it is celebrated either at the end of January or at the beginning of February

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.

Eating Sweetened Shaved Ice Cream and Coconut Buns in Mauritius. Local Delicacies not to be missed. Traditional Food in Mauritius

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