According to the famous British newspaper, The Telegraph, Mauritius is recognized among the top 10 countries in the world for its street food. On the website of the daily newspaper, we read that “the Mauritian cuisine is a real pleasure for the taste buds. It is particular in its component, a mixture of flavours and influences French, Creole, Indian, Chinese and British. “
Many people who choose the destination for its white sand and clear waters, but who leave surprised and conquered by the Mauritian food, is also mentioned on the site.
Street food stalls abound in the streets of the capital of Mauritius. You will taste various dishes, made from the delicious tropical fruits or raised by the tangy flavours of the famous curry and innumerable other ingredients specific to the Mauritian culture. Speaking of local dishes, The Telegraph mentions the famous bowl: “If there is one dish you have to try, it’s the bowl, a Sino-Mauritian recipe composed mainly of rice, served with Chicken or fish, fresh vegetables, a fried egg and an oyster sauce.”