Ever since I started working, I have been greatly in love with Port Louis. For one minute, just forget the busy traffic and think about the number of shops, restaurants, hawkers playing hide and seek with authorities, great atmosphere (especially during the end of year festive period), the central market, China Town, the large variety... Continue Reading →
If you follow me on Facebook, you probably noticed that I never miss an opportunity to post those yummy pics of food (accompanied by beer on Fridays)! Sometimes it can be in the form of dholl purree or noodles or pizza or "boulettes", just like today, when I went for a stroll in China Town.
With the growing number of shopping malls, Mauritians have a much wider choice when they need to find a place to eat.
Pu mwa, manzer ti zamais ene probleme, ni pu mo mama pu prepare zot. Mo pas exizant ditout et mo manze presk tout, sans faire nenez.
Below is an article submitted by one of my readers. Well, it seems that this problem has not been widely published/broadcast in the media.
Was there any attempt of cover up?
Food poisoning episodes (Khebab, cakes), lizard found in a dish, prestigious restaurants ordered to close down...
Let's talk abt it!
Special post! Mum has been to Rodrigues for the last 2 weeks and on her return back here, she brought a "gato typik rodriguais" known as "Gato tourner" lol, want to know y? Check out the pics.... Ingredients: flour, yeast("lelvin"), sugar and syrup. How it is made? Flour and yeast is mixed, allowed to rest... Continue Reading →