Beer is not big in Mauritius but here you can find lots and some of it local. The bar is tucked away in a very quiet corner (in the evening anyway) of the city.
This restaurant specializes in beers! We loved the athmosphere, the food and of course...-the beers. This place is reason enough to visit Port Louis and spend a night in the capital! We had tapas and main course. The gambas was delicious. The satay chicken and calamari were also really tasty. Enjoy!
Being a regular visitor to Port Louis and staying in various hotels in the area, it's nice to get away from the same, same hotel meals. I walked past this restaurant numerous times without realising it was a restaurant! Eventually, on my last day of my previous trip, a taxi driver recommended it to me and to my surprise, it... More
This is literally one of my favorite restaurants in the world! The eggplant gratin is amazing! Now they brew their own beer and its just as wonderful. This is a must for anyone visiting Port Louis area!
This pub has many beers, and I as a Belgian wanted to see it with my own eyes. They indeed have many Belgian beers. Not cheap compared to a local beer, but still fair if you know it travelled 11000km to get there. It's about 200 rs for a foreign beer. The pub is located in an old colonial house... More
I was in Mauritius for 6 weeks on business and dined here at least 5 times, great menu, great beer selection. Try the locally produced microbrewery (In Bagatelle) "Flying Dodo" lager, fantastic
Do NOT order the ribs. They appeared to have been only boiled and drenched in sauce. The chips had an odd brownish colour. Maybe fried in overused oil. Chicken dish was dry and the sauce was way too salty. Been there one yr ago. It was great back then.
I went to Lambic just for a beer with the locals. The place is very simple but has something special about it. Apart from that they serve good food (we only had finger food) and have a vast selection of beer. I would recommend going on a weekday as I did as it was very quite and enjoyable.
Great idea to convert this gorgeous typical creole style house into a beer garden. Full of atmosphere, some rooms can accommodate private get-togethers. The beer menu is promising and the beer shop is quaint. We loved the food but our friends were a little disappointed by the number of imported beers which were not in stock. Nonetheless we absolutely love... More
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