This restaurant was recommended to me from my tour guide. I payed 750 for a vegetarian dish - cold rice, beans, eggplant and the worst bread I have ever tasted. Service was slow, no ambience. Don't waste your time and money there!
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I know many seem to think this is a tourist place. Personally, i loved it. Really friendly and explained each dish as placed on the banana leaf. Flavours were great and fun to eat with fingers.the ladies were happy to explain how things were made....More
Worst restaurant I've visited in a long time, Food, very very poor in fact Rubbish, and as a lot of the Reviews state, customers are taken here by their Taxi Driver who obviously have an agreement in place. If your Taxi Driver stops here don't...More
The food was satisfactory and soooo delicious. Beautiful taste of traditional creole food! The service was fast and really good too!
This is a scam by the taxi drivers! We told ours we wanted lobster and he brought us to a curry house! They do have lobster if you are prepared to pay £60 per person! We had the chicken curry which was nice but we...More
Food quality is average and lacks any spice flavour and taste. Extra helpings are gratis, but how much food can you eat if it does not taste good? We only ate there because we were brought there by our guide/driver. Overpriced tourist trap.
Lunch is not that great, its only public talk. Restaurant servicing is very bad. Don't expect that you will have great Indian food.
I made a trip in July 2016 and our cab driver (like everyone else's) took us there for some authentic food. The place is overpriced with a single veg meal costing ~ MRU 700. Namaste restaurant in Port Louis which is just too good Indian...More
If you want to try typical Creole food, this is the place to go. Served on a big banana leave, you get a selection of 12 different dips and you decide if you want chicken, lamb or fish. Wonderful food! Service was lovely. It was...More