Port Louis restaurants

Top Choice Mauritian in Port Louis


Set in a refurbished colonial home in the heart of the capital's chaos, Lambic is a beer buff's paradise, with dozens upon dozens of local and imported beers, including a particularly rich selection from Belgium. Th…
Seafood in Port Louis


Inhabiting its own pontoon on the harbour, the Deck wins plaudits for its setting, which is slightly removed from the clamour of the riverside bars and has good views (if you ignore the floating rubbish that seems t…
Asian in Port Louis


Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese cooking fuse seamlessly at this swish and sophisticated restaurant at Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel. You could order slow-cooked duck Thai red curry refreshed with coconut mil…
European in Port Louis


Set around an attractive courtyard, this European-style restaurant also features a stylish indoor dining space in a restored stone structure. The impressive menu focuses on a memorable assortment of fusion tastes an…
Chinese in Port Louis

Ru Yi

You can't go wrong with any of the restaurants in Chinatown, but this one is a favourite for no-nonsense, reliably good cooking. The atmosphere is a bit lacking, but when has an inner-city Chinese restaurant ever fe…
Chinese in Port Louis

First Restaurant

If the age-old rule that a good Chinese restaurant is full of Chinese diners applies, then First is a winner. Packed with large family groups enjoying vast feasts of delicious Cantonese cooking, this is one of China…
Indian in Port Louis


Atmospheric Namaste serves up excellent North Indian specialities such as tandooris, tikkas and butter chicken. Try for a balcony table. The place gets lively on Saturday evening, when meals start at Rs 450 and are …
International in Port Louis

Brasserie Chic

The Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel boasts this cool and classy brasserie serving up salads, bagels, pasta, casseroles and prime cuts of steak. There's even a curry bar with six curries to choose from.
Sweets in Port Louis

Bombay Sweets Mart

Bombay Sweets Mart is famous for the Indian nibbles colourfully known as caca pigeon (literally, 'pigeon droppings').