Discover the best restaurant in Grand Gaube, Mauritius including Di Sab, La Table du Chateau, Snack 2012-Mini Resto, La Cuisine Saisonniere, At Linda's Place, The Beach, Red Restaurant, Inti, Beach Rouge - Grand Gaube
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4.5 based on 164 reviews
Welcome to Di Sab, where tantalizing, fresh food, meets intimate, enthusiasm hosting, meets house blends of local rum, contributing to a special culinary experience
This is a creole restaurant, serving local as well as Indian and Cantonese delicacies. The owners, Anwar, Sabrina and her mother Monica are just the friendliest, most down to earth people we met. Even though Mauritians are exceptionally convivial, the three stood out in this respect. I highly recommend the cocktails, which are made from fresh fruit, as well as the house rum, with an astounding 16 flavors - you will be spoilt for choice. My personal favorites were the spice and the chili flavored, with the citrus flavor being a close contender.
As prices go, it is great value for money.
A must visit if you are in the Grand Gaube area.
5 based on 696 reviews
La Table du Château is a contemporary fine dining restaurant in the heart of Domaine de Labourdonnais and welcomes you in a wooded and modern atmosphere. Chef Fabio Poli proposes a gastronomic and creative menu inspired by the fruits and vegetables of the orchid. La Table du Château is open 7 days a week for lunch, from Wednesday to Saturday evening (with a different lunch and dinner menu) and all week for your private parties on reservation. Chef Fabio Poli has over 20 years of experience in the kitchen of well-known hotels. With its gains, he offers a new facet of home cooking and flavours of Mauritius, rigorously selecting ingredients and spices . You will discover the Bael fruit, Malagasy pistachios or breadfruit , unknown today since become flavours of yesteryear ... So you can enjoy as you wish, Catch of the day, glazed with Soya and maple syrup Wok sautéed Udon noodles with vegetables, buttered spring herbs greens or rather a dry lamb curry with croutons of bread, roasted almonds and raisins, seasonal kucha pickles , steamed rice and black lentils , or other creative dishes as all that will awaken your senses. And for the delight taste buds, the desserts are not to be outdone Bananas " zanzli " Roasted Toffee sauce or crème brûlée with vanilla of Labourdonnais are among the various sweet and delicate flavours .
The menu looked amazing and the setting of a restaurant in front of the beautiful colonial building all lead me to think that this was going to be a fantastic experience.
The prices (which were steep) also made me think that this was going to be a special meal which would stand out from the rest.
Despite a very dedicated level of service the food itself was disappointing. The Angus steak was well cooked but lacked any particular taste which made it stand out from any other piece of meat. The sauce was also inexistant. Accompanying the steak were a couple of lonely pieces of vegetables which were undercooked and bland. Not what I expected at a high class restaurant in Mauritius.
I also took the risk of the signature chocolate gateau. Drowned in chocolate sauce which made the ingredients indistinguishable. Not a good choice.
I’m afraid that although I may go back to see the chateau and the grounds, it won’t be to eat there.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This Is A Newly Set Up Mini Resto Also Called As A Snack In Mauritius.the Cook Is A Cuisine-expert Having About 30yrs Of Experience In This Field.the Menus Have Been Appreciated By All The Customers Uptill Now-no Complains About The Taste,quality And Hygienes.we Offer Customers Very Delicious Dishes At Lower Prices.we Make The Best Out Of Our Profession And We Welcome The General Public And The Tourists At Our Place.
Great choice for lunch in grand Gaube. Not a formal restaurant but fresh prepared meals with fresh herbs and vegetables. Highly recommended. Very friendly service. I am not sure if it is open for dinner.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
A lovely,cosy and friendly atmosphere.Excellent food and local speciality. low price and a warm service
Small local restaurant in Grand Gaube. Unpretentious but nice local food, generous portions and excellent service !
The fish sallad (starter) was EXCELLENT. The fish was so fresh and so tasty. Shrimps (main course) were good but I believe they might have been frozen. Fried noodles (with shrimps and chicken) were excellent.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Linda offers typical Mauritian dishes as well as food from around the world for those not brave enough to tackle creole spices ! During the day, you can enjoy a nice coffee with our famous banana tart or sip on a cold milkshake. At Linda's Place is a small family cafe/restaurant where Linda and her two sons will make your dining experience as homy as it will ever get. Hope to see you soon...
Had a great diner at Linda's...loved the curry!
Some people mentioned that it is closed often..it is not but you just have to park and the restaurant is a small step down...
From real mauritian food to international food..everything is possible..
Please remind to pay cash as in more mauritian restaurants
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Delicious, beautiful a la carte Italian food. Great warm ambience. We ate there twice during our 8 day stay at Lux gaube Mauritius. Make sure you book! The food is divine
4.5 based on 177 reviews
In the heart of the Croisette, Chef Stéphane welcomes you in a contemporary and warm setting. As a world Brasserie, RED Restaurant will seduce your taste buds, by the quality and freshness of its products at very competitive prices. Epicurien, do not hesitate, it's THE restaurant not to be missed in Grand Bay!
Red is quite extraordinary and progressive. The head chef and owner clearly loves his craft and this is the essence of the quality and attention to detail which presents itself in the carefully designed dishes. I can honestly say that this one of the best...MoreDear TheBestOfMauritius, A huge thank you for your visit and your very nice review about us. We hope to have the pleasure to welcome you again soon, Regards Chef Stephane
5 based on 8 reviews
A richly intimate salon, complimented by a secluded outdoor dining oasis. Savour the cultural blending of Peru and Argentina across three distinct spaces combining a vibrant ‘Hot Salsa’ open grill kitchen, our ‘Ceviche, Tiradito & Pisco’ bar’ and a dedicated pastry station with un-skippable sweet treats. A first in Mauritius!
My wife and I managed to squeeze in a reservation here, and it was definitely worth it. Excellent food. Very well seasoned. The chef definitely appears to capture Peruvian cuisine well, I'm sure it helps that he is also South American. Compliments to the chef!
5 based on 4 reviews
Great for lunch of dinner - good options for all and easy going atmosphere. This is a no fuss place, where you can get good food, a drink and relax.
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