A great late Sunday lunch at Divino - Italian and Seafood Restaurant. A couple of years ago I had been to the restaurant for the first time and really enjoyed the food there, so I thought this time I could make a restaurant review out of it. Atmosphere We arrived at the restaurant around 3 pm, … Continue reading Divino – Italian and Seafood Restaurant
Du Pain Frire is a popular street food snack in Mauritius and translates literally to “Fried Bread”. Essentially a crunchy fried bread in batter it is often dipped in a gorgeous chatini a.k.a a chutney consisting mainly of tomatoes, chilli and coriander leaves. It is enjoyed daily by hundreds of Mauritians and is sold along with … Continue reading Du Pain Frire with Chatini
One of my favourite Youtube Channels is Yolanda Gampp’s How To Cake It. She makes the most realistic looking cakes ever! She has the funniest personality. Its always a joy to watch her videos. When I showed my best friend her channel, we decided it was only natural for us to try and recreate one of her … Continue reading Pepperoni Pizza or Pizza Cake?!?
Catless is most probably the best fried chicken ever created. Not most probably, it IS the best fried chicken ever. Full Stop. It is a crispy thin chicken combined with chilli and coriander to make a slightly spicy fried snack. Of course you can adjust the amount of chilli according to how much you want. These images … Continue reading Mauritian Catless Recipe
Gateau Piment or Chilli Bites as my mum likes to call them, are one of the BEST street food snacks here in Mauritius. Gateau Piment literally translates to Chilli Cakes in English. If it was up to me, I would eat gateau piment everyday. However they are not the healthiest of snacks due to the … Continue reading Gateau Piment
Earlier this year for my birthday I had a carrot cake which we purchased from La Maison Du Gourmet in Moka. Its a great little shop that sells a variety of things from cake to meat to Kitchen Aids, definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. Their carrot cake is incredibly delicious and … Continue reading Carrot Cake
Here is Mauritius, we have our own take on a typical vanilla cake. We call it the “massepain”. This is a typical massepain mauritian recipe that is my mums. Trust me when i say that it comes out lovely every single time. The buttercream icing I use is from BBC Food and i use this … Continue reading Massepain