Mauritius is known for its delicious cuisine, street snacks and treats.
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About Mauritian Food
The History of Mauritius can be traced from as early as 1505 when the Arabs, Portuguese, British, Chinese and the Dutch inhabited the area. Mauritius has a background of different cultures, and this explains the various delicious food in the country.
If you think having street food is the most ideal approach to fill your belly, get a look into the way of life and taste the best dishes of Mauritius, below are what we consider the top 5 Mauritian edibles you can try out. Get in touch with our listings in this space for more!
Gateaux Piments; these are Mauritian chilli cakes consisting of split peas, silantro and chillies. They are deeply fried dough balls and can be eaten solo or sandwiched in a buttered baguette.
Dholl Puri; this is considered the nations dish. From the outer look, it may seem simple to make but it has appealing flavours. It may be adopted as a snack and is usually served in pairs with vegetables and chilli.
Gajak; they are majorly vegetarian. They can comprise cassava chips, sweet potatoes cakes, deeply fried breadfruits, taro root fritters, samosas etc. It is these foods that make Mauritian food a great choice for vegans.
Boulette; it has its origin from the Chinese world. Like dumplings, boulette can be filled with fish or chicken or vegetables. They are served once steamed, accompanied by a delicious soup.
Napolitaine; this is the most popular sweet treat in Mauritius. Imagine two buttery shortbread biscuits sandwiched together with strawberry jam - smothered in icing. Enjoyed best with a cup of tea.