The Taste Has Come

Mauritius scores with creative gourmet festival, held every year in March Festival in Mauritius the Bernard Loiseau Culinary unique restaurants and international cuisine. 2011 this event in the sixth round and used European and local chefs for a culinary meeting at the Constance Belle Mare Plage. International guests and media attend the event, which combines regional traditions with Western specialties to a multi-faceted combination. This year, the French chef were Serge Vieira and Trish Mungur, Chef de partie of the blue penny at the Constance Belle Mare Plage, emerged as the winner. But beyond the Festival, the island offers a unique cuisine throughout the year.

Due to numerous influences the Mauritian cuisine has evolved from the variety of prevailing cultures and traditions into a melting pot of gourmet impressions. Read additional details here: Edward Scott Mead. Restaurants on Mauritius offer not only fine tastes, but also due to its unique location. The Le Barachois in the Le Prince Maurice is the only floating Restaurant of the island. From the water in plush surroundings enjoy unrestricted views of the sea. In the Centre of the town of Moka loads including the Escale Creole for a lunch in the tropical garden of a Creole family, best authentic home-cooked meals. Eureka, a stately villa built in 1836, is now a Museum and offers Creole lunch in colonial ambience. Domaine Anna scores food on the beach of Flic en Flac with delicious Chinese – a table on the water can be reserved as a highlight. The Cafe Valse de Vienne, in which a Sacher cake and a cup of Wiener melange to linger invite offers Austrian flair in the Botanical Garden of Pamplemousses.

The island first-class restaurants, top chefs spoil their guests. In the spoon des Iles of the Le Saint Geran, Alain Ducasse cooks traditional and unusual dishes for visitors from all over the world with three Michelin stars. The gourmet restaurant of the Indouchine in the Beau Rivage offers excellent Asian cuisine in the surroundings of the French colonial era. The Restaurant saffron in the Le Touessrok is a modern interpretation of traditional Indian cuisine focus here is the open kitchen with tandoori ovens. Who even wants to control the Mauritian cuisine, you can visit one of the many cooking classes. The cooking of the discovery of the Mauritian cuisine takes every Wednesday in the Le Prince Maurice”instead. Guests visit the market in Flacq morning together with a chef and begin directly with the preparation. The course costs about 80 euro and is designed for two to six people. In the Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa hosts a Creole cooking with regional ingredients and exotic spices. After an introduction to culture and cuisine typical Mauritian specialities are prepared and then learned is evidenced with a certificate by the chef. The course material and recipe cards are included in the price of approximately 100 euros. In the Shanti Maurice, guests receive a special introduction to the kitchen of the House. A herb and vegetable garden supplied the hotel daily with fresh ingredients. Over 30 Species grow here, depending on the season, Lemongrass, Rosemary, basil, mint, eggplant, broccoli round off the courts. Chef Willibald Reinbacher is individually guided tours through the herb garden and explains the philosophy behind the menu of the resorts like. Learn more about Mauritius under.