Mauritians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art. Meal times are important occasions for the family to get together. Diversity is the keyword in the Mauritian cuisine, which consists of a mixture of Indian, European, Chinese, and African cuisine, making teeming with history and knowledge: Creole rougailles, Indian curries, Muslim briyanis, Chinese sweet-and-sour delicacies, French exquisite dishes and English bacon and eggs amongst a great many of others.
19 Apr 2013, business.mega.mu
The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) organized the ‘Festival Culinaire Mauricien’ in Italy, with partners like Air Mauritius, Beachcomber Hotels and the tour operator Best Tours. Some 85 persons from the tourism industry, including people from specialised magazines, travel agents and consumers were invited to the opening night. The Mauritius Food Festival, organized in concomitance [...]
01 Mar 2011, The Independent Daily