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Where to Eat around The Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa, Mauritius

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Mauritius is more than just another gorgeous beach island. The mix of Indian, African, French, Chinese, and English heritage has given it an incredible creole vibe, influencing the culture and food in ways that will surprise and delight you.
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Balaclava/Turtle Bay, Terre Rouge, Mauritius
You've spent your time on the island staying busy—you've hiked, you've snorkeled, and you've explored. Now, you want to take your time with a romantic evening. So you head to Chateau Mon Desir. Look out over the Balaclava ruins as the sun sets....
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Walk into Le Chateau de Bel Ombre and you know the use of the word "chateau" isn't just for kicks. The restaurant is housed in a historic mansion, the heart of which was once a thriving sugar plantation. But while you might find yourself charmed...
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9 Corderie St, Port Louis, Mauritius
Port Louis isn't very big. It's the perfect size for a good walk. And if you find you need sustenance on that journey—but don't want to stop exploring—you can't go wrong with picking up a bite from a street vendor. Mauritian street vendors have a...
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Port Louis Water Front, Port Louis, Mauritius
You've been told that there's only one place to eat masala dosa—a rice/lentil pancake filled with potatoes, spices and chilies—on the island. Mystic Masala doesn't look like much from the outside. But the smells quickly beckon you in. You eat your...
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Route Royale, Le Maha, Trou Deau Douc, Mahebourg, Grand Port e, B59, Trou d'Eau Douce, Mauritius
I must confess: I'm a little afraid of langouste. They remind me of alien spiders—and though I know the meat is tender and delicious, it takes a lot of work to remove it from the shell. But Chez Tino offers langouste—and, in fact, all local...
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Angle Route Royale & Rue Corderie Corderie St, Port Louis, Mauritius
There's something in a name. Here the "first" is fairly literal—it denotes the fact that this particular restaurant was one of the first opened by Chinese immigrants in Port Louis. With some of the flashier restaurants in Chinatown, it might be...
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This small beachside hut may not seem like a dining destination, but don’t be fooled by its humble appearance. Located just off the water, Cabane du Filao serves the freshest seafood caught the same day right in the Indian Ocean. Run by a couple...
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Mon Repos, A2, Pamplemousses, Mauritius
A quick drive from the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens, Chez Tante Athalie prepares memorable Creole cuisine in an idyllic setting. The restaurant only offers lunch, served Monday through Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. Whether you order...
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When you’re ready to “treat yo’ self,” make a reservation at Le Courtyard Restaurant in Port Louis. This fine-dining spot serves French fare with a Mauritian twist. On the menu you’ll find fish grilled with tandoori spices, salmon and scallop...
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Mammamia Che Gelato serves the coolest treats in Mauritius. The shop offers a number of traditional gelato flavors that you can get in a cup or a waffle cone. There’s also a selection of ice cream bars and superb sundaes. If you’re not feeling...
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For alfresco waterside dining, head to Tandoori Express in Port Louis. This Indian restaurant has a large outdoor seating area covered by umbrellas that overlooks the port. As you watch ships go by, indulge in such classic dishes as chicken tikka...