Top 10 of the best restaurant in Mauritius

One of the advantages of the Mauritian cuisine is that it is not expensive and you can make excellent dishes with simple ingredients and everyday.

This top 10 is full of restaurants lost in the middle of sugar canes mixed with the opulence of the 5 star hotels, the knowledge of the grandmothers and that of the starred chefs.


Sauterelle is a restaurant with international cuisine very popular in the north, you have to think about reserving for a table, it’s a shame 100m from the sea to have no view but the pleasure of the taste buds more than compensates for it and you can have a drink before at the Sunset just before to enjoy the sunset. Contact +230 263 8836

Ti kouloir is located right next to Sauterelle but it is not at all the same atmosphere, here it is the king of the dumpling Grand Bay (even the lonely planette said) in a location of 20m ² maximum you can have lunch with the men from the police station in the adjacent street, the busy businessmen, the local artisans: Ti kouloir is an institution.

Chez Rosy it’s all the south and Gris-Gris in a restaurant. It is the most tourist restaurant in Mauritius that is not a tourist trap. Why? Already the restaurant does not pay commissions to taxis to take their customers, so we pay the real price that we are local or tourist. Then the restaurant relies on the quality of its cuisine to attract the hungry. And it works! Their traditional Mauritian dishes are excellent and perfumed with marine iodine from the coastal breeze. Contact +230 625 4179

Ah youn in Flic-en-Flac illustrates well this Mauritian saying: “the Chinese of Mauritius are more Chinese than the Chinese of China”. Why? The Sino-Mauritian community has preserved preciously and despite the years the traditions and culinary know-how dating from the arrival in Mauritius of their grandparents. We find in Ah youn all that is the delight of a good Chinese restaurant and sometimes it is “westernized” in the motherland. Contact +230 453 9099

Escale Creole in Moka has the highest score for the entire island on Trip Advisor and the reviews have something to be commendable: the place serves cuisine in the purest Mauritian tradition, we feel the knowledge passed from generation to generation in this family of lovers of Mauritian flavors. Just for the lunch break, the detour by the Bois Cheri road is essential. Contact +230 5422 2332

Auberg’inn the restaurant of the Summer House. You are on the east coast of the island and you want to enjoy its wild and delicious side? We propose you to stop at the Summer House in Post Lafayette you will have the choice between many rums to take the aperitif under a large thatched roof, protected from the prevailing winds. Contact +230 410 5039

The Barachois still in the East is simply the most beautiful restaurant on the island. The place is amazing since the restaurant appears to you by driving you in the mangrove bordering the hotel Prince Maurice on wooden bridges framed by torches. It feels like an adventure when you walk this path to finally slip to his table just hanging over the water barachois. The cuisine is at the height of Constance’s gastronomic reputation, which organizes the Bernard Loiseau Culinary Festival every year. Unbelievable. Contact +230 402 3636

Dalon is the revival of Port Louis and the dynamism of the new Mauritian cuisine. The card will make you laugh with its evocative names in Creole and will make you activate with its cocktails filled with energy. The deer burger will make you lick your chops as you take it with or without sauce au Bleu d’Auvergne. An address not to be missed! +230 5757 6730

La Table du Château. Nestled in the heart of the Labourdonnais area the map will make you want to take a subscription to try everything. You will then have the opportunity to discover the wealth of products grown in the surrounding lands. The chateau, one of the most beautiful colonial houses on the island, is very well worth the pleasure of sharing a good dinner. Contact +230 266 7172

The Clef des Champs at Floreal is once again a gastronomic table. Over time its patron Jacqueline Dalais has established itself as a reference of the Mauritian cuisine, she exposes all her talent here with family recipes and innovative. You will be good for a digestive walk at Trou aux Cerfs. Contact +230 686 3458

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