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Alooda: A refreshing drink or ​Mauritian afternoon tea

Alooda, lemon juice, tamarind juice and Panakon. Alooda: A refreshing drink or ​Mauritian afternoon tea Among popular local drinks in Mauritius, Alooda is one of the most appreciated by both Mauritians and visitors. If you… Read More »

Le Barbu Bistrot

Le Barbu Bistrot Arcade Currimjee Curepipe   Food for the soul! Quick service, trendy atmosphere, warm welcome… Allinmauritius tested Le Barbu Bistrot today. They ticked all the boxes. From food quality to value for money,… Read More »

Eating​ ​out…​ ​in​ ​Flic​ ​en​ ​Flac

Eating​ ​out…​ ​in​ ​Flic​ ​en​ ​Flac You are down on the west coast and it’s Sunday. You’ve tried most restaurants along the Flic en Flac road? Tired of eating fried noodles and pizzas? What about… Read More »

Tastes & buds – The Exotic Fruits Of Mauritius

Exotic Fruits – Mauritius Mark Twain referred to cherimoya as ‘the most delicious fruit known to men.’ Custard apple, rose apple, papaya or pawpaw, goyave de Chine (China guava), goyave de France (France guava)… no,… Read More »

Fish And Their Stories

The old man and the fish  In the old days, Bahim would sell fish in town, more exactly in La Louise Quatre-Bornes after collecting them from the fishermen in the west coast of the island.… Read More »

An Edible Story – Cheap eats in Mauritius

Quatre-Bornes Food Market Open on Wednesday and Saturday 06:00 – 17:00   Quatre-Bornes, the market town. The Quatre-Bornes market is more than a place to buy food.  Nestled in the city centre right across the… Read More »

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