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We visited when the restaurant and house were booked for a private function; therefore, we were unable to have lunch there. Had a look around the house and gardens only. It's a lovely house. Reasonably well-preserved. Very peaceful. You need to go on a small...More
But paying for your entry at the same time was not what one would expect. We went for lunch at maison Eureka and had to pay entry before we could have lunch. Bit weird so we hope the money is used to maintain the house....More
It is an old residence that is like a museum with a restaurant. The furniture belongs to the previous owners and is worth seeing. I had a wonderful lunch at the balcony and enjoyed both the food and the beautiful garden. They serve regional creole...More
Beautiful and interesting visit in a peaceful setting. We also enjoyed the walk in the garden and to the waterfalls. Meal was amazing (fish salad, fish/beef curry with different sauces and vanilla ice-cream), we were welcomed by a very kind lady who also gave us...More
Old colonial style wooden residence situated near Moka. All original features and furniture worth seeing. Visited as part of a cruise shore excursion. Served local snacks and drinks at end of house and garden tour.
Lunch was the best food we had in two weeks on Mauritius. Highly recommend! People were really nice, garden was lovely, waterfall amazing, house was beautiful, almost like a time capsule. Hope they have the money to renovate it properly, would be a shame to...More
Took us a good while to work out where this house was. When eventually we did, and paid the disinterested staff the entry fee (was this because we didn't speak French?), we moved to the house. There was one guide who had already started showing...More
From the main road it's easy to miss the parking entrance, as it says Restaurant then Eureka. We made that little mistake and parked a little further up the road. Luckily a gentleman from Eureka estate guided us to their parking lot.
You enter through...More
Maison Eureka is much more than "just" a grand colonial estate. First it was the beutiful garden with heart shaped planting that immediately touched my husband's and my soul. The estate itself has probably been refurbished, for it is in excellent condition, giving a good...More