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If you are looking for something a bit more up market. Le Pescatore is a gorgeous seafood restaurant a 3 min walk, located on the seafront. Turn left on the main road and head towards Trou aux Biche, it’s across the road from Blue Water Diving Centre.
The best... Great ocean views from the terrace. Excellent food. Fantastic service, discrete but attentive. Pricy, but you get what you pay for.
Wonderfully light decor and a great terrace overlooking the fishing boats set the scene for a truly superior eating experience. Dishes such as lobster in ginger and sake sauce should give you an idea of what to expect, but the fine set menus are all worth considering. It's off Royal Rd.
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“It offers several cuisines at cheap local prices. Very friendly staff. Also offers take-away. ”
- 5 helybéli ajánlja
Point of Interest
“La ligne de bus Triolet bus Service dessert le Nord du pays. Il y a des bus Express qui font le trajet Port Louis Grand Baie en bus climatisés”
- 2 helybéli ajánlja
“One of my favorite restaurants , the food is always good and the owners charming. Good meat & fish / selfish dishes and pasta of course. ”
- 6 helybéli ajánlja
“Marco's pizza is one of the best on the island and it's just around the corner! They also make gluten free pizza and massive pizzas for 4-5 persons (Rs 800-1200). They also make delicious pasta dishes. Very popular so book a table or come early. They open 6.30 pm.”
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“Ganga Talao (pronounced Gaan-gaa Taa-laa-o) is a place of worship for the hindus. It is far from any inhabited areas and a very peaceful/quiet location. It is worth a stop when visiting the south/south-west region of Mauritius. Entry is free, with lots of parking space. Ganga Talao is a hindi word meaning lake of the Ganges (a reference to the Ganges river in India). If you are in Mauritius during the festival of Maha Shivratri (usually in February or March), you may even join in the hundreds of thousand of mauritians who walk and/or drive from all over Mauritius to go and pray at that sacred lake. It is a very colourful festival. Note: A highly visited place, do be mindful that it's a place of worship and thus to be respectful of the traditions and decorum of the place. E.g. Do not enter the temples with shoes; Do not consume any non-vegetarian food or alcohol there; Dress appropriately (for e.g. the locals would appreciate if a woman wearing a small short for example would cover up when visiting that place).”
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