Best Snack Fast Food Burger Pasta Chinese Mauritian Curepipe Mauritius
Best Snack Fast Food Burger Pasta Chinese Mauritian Curepipe Mauritius.
If you are looking for a calm, peaceful to bite and relax, look no further than La Caze Manze, its local name says all, meaning at Home to eat.
Well situated just behind the Royal College Curepipe and District Court, opposite Clinic Dr Ferriere, its a quick walk through to this welcoming Fast food. You will feel more the charm of this cozy snack when the owner will serve you, always a smile to treat all her clients.
Eat from Local dishes to burgers, pasta, noodles and even local hand made Mauritian meals.
Payments : Cash
Mauritius and its Gastronomy
Mauritius is a paradise by its beaches, scenery, but more for its rich food culture anchored in the island’s history.
Mauritian cuisine is well recognize worldwide as its a tourist destination and everyone will love. The island holds a mixture of different dishes inherited from the European, Indian, Arabs, Chinese, African which have gave birth to the local Créole dishes.
Most of the ingredients used for cooking here are harvested locally since the island is blessed with incredibly fertile soil. We are also very fortunate to be able to enjoy fresh fish and seafood along with an abundance of local produce; a large variety of tropical fruits and vegetables.
Mauritius is very reputed with its diverse cooking style , this can appreciated in most local restaurants with different meal for those who likes good food : from its street fast food vendors to luxurious restaurants and even its 3 to 5 stars Hotels venue ..
The island comprises of mix race mainly settlers from India who by their art of cooking with different spices and flour cooking like the curry and ‘farata, Dholl puri’ respectively. And have greatly contributed to the local dishes, but not to forget the famous Briani from the Indo-Muslim community, Grilled, meat and stuff dishes from the Créole community and of course the presence of the Chinese community with the excel in noodles and seafood and also the Europeans fingerprints in meat preparation etc etc….