Eating out in Mauritius: The African island that makes perfect Thai food

By Gabrielle Costa
Updated January 5 2016 - 11:08pm, first published December 30 2015 - 10:00pm
Port Louis at night, Mauritius.
Segae dancer performs on a beach in Mauritius.
Something to do between meals: Snorkelling in Mauritius. Photo: iStock

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The Dorado fillet at Flowers of Paradise.
Boulettes, a national staple, cheaper than chips.

In Mauritius, a land where cultures converge rather than collide, the melding of different peoples is never more evident than in its food.

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