“Mauritius was made first and then heaven, and heaven was copied after Mauritius.” – Mark Twain
Mauritius is a small island located on the South of Africa. Although this is a popular honeymoon destination, many people have not heard of the country and the pride Mauritian people have for where they come from. Many years ago, slaves had descended from India and therefore why Mauritius is found to be a very multi-cultural, made up of Hindus, Muslims, Christians and even Chinese!
The food has been experimented by such a background of cultures, that has a mix of delicious flavours, smells and colour. Unfortunately, not many Mauritian restaurants are open in the UK, but we researched and found one for you in East London!
Mauritian Delights is a small restaurant owned by a Mauritian family. Experience the taste of original home cooking with a twist on dishes including chicken biriyani and popular Mauritian food, Dal Puri. This is made up of lentils wrapped in thin roti with a touch of homemade spice.
You can visit for a quick bite or relax and choose different options from the menu.If you would like a takeaway, then make sure you pick and add the delightful variety of sweet barfi to your listas well as other popular snacks and drinks that this community-based restaurant provides.
Address: 595 High Road, Leyton, London, E10 6PY