All-inclusive Mauritius holidays will include all your meals, naturally. But if you want an authentic taste of the island then look out for things like Dal soup (made from lentils), gateaux piments (chilli cakes) from street vendors, and fragrant curries.
From spicy octopus cocozil to sweet cakes, Mauritius is a sensation for the senses, especially your tastebuds. Tantalise them with fusion food that mixes up French and Creole cuisine with traditional Asian influences, all washed down with the local Phoenix or Black Eagle beers or a tot of rum.
There’s some unexpected additions to the menu, too, with roasted wild boar or deer curry served up at Domaine du Chasseur’s Panoramour Restaurant. While you’re chowing on choice cuts, keep an eye out for the rare Mauritius kestrel soaring above.