Food & Drink
Many hotels offer half board or full board. Most of the time, this consists of a large buffet containing local and international dishes. Besides freshly-caught fish and tropical fruits, you can also find pasta and other foods typical of home, ensuring plenty of choice during your stay.
Many of the island's first-class restaurants can be found in hotels. Non-guests are, of course, welcome in these restaurants. There are also a number of good options in Port Louis and the other towns on Mauritius. For the best restaurants, ask your accommodation for recommendations; the locals know the restaurants and can give you a few insider tips.»You can find a list of some of the island's best restaurants here
You can also find takeaway stalls and carts on many of the beaches on Mauritius, serving local dishes right on the beach. These are always freshly-prepared and are well worth a try! From Indian curries to Chinese noodle dishes, you can find a great variety here, ideal for a snack on the beach.»Find out more about the local cuisine here