Barbecue in Mauritius
Le Capitaine
Wang Thai
Kapu Kai
Don Camillo
La Langouste Grisée
Palais de Chine
Sunset Café
Espadon sur Grille
Taj Mahal

Port Louis
Café du Vieux Conseil
First Restaurant
Street Vendors

Pavillon de Jade
Pavillon de Chine


Le Phare
Le Batelage

Varangue sur Morne
Tea museum

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Barbecue in Mauritius

May we suggest that you keep up with the Mauritian beach culture, where you make your own barbecue by the sea, under the sun and on the sand!

There is absolutely nothing more exotic than to look after your grill, while sipping our local rhum and dancing to the rhythm of the sega (our folk dance)... while cooking!

For a very juicy grill, lamb, we marinate beef and pork in red wine; chicken in white wine, honey and soy sauce, garlic and herbs. And seafood are usually marinated in wine or rhum, soy sauce, fish sauce, ginger, thyme, parsley, salt and pepper.

Because we are big on taste, meat, fish and seafood are marinated, at least 2 days beforehand!