Canne ã Sucre is a small, family-run restaurant, similar to the Creole Shack restaurant. The menu offers only one item – a rich Mauritian-style feast.
As an appetizer, they serve incredibly tender calamari in a delicate sauce. The main course is chicken curry, accompanied by numerous bowls of various side dishes and extras. There’s classic white rice, spiced potatoes, grilled eggplant, cooked zucchini, pattypan squash, “chou chou” (chayote) vegetable salad, lentils prepared with star anise, spicy grilled sausages… In total, you get 11 types of side dishes prepared in Mauritian style.
The feast is truly rich, followed by dessert – grilled banana in rum with vanilla-lavender ice cream.
The cocktail specialty in Mauritius is Ti Punch – a drink made from white rum, lime slices, and sugarcane syrup. The version prepared at Canne ã Sucre had a real kick!
At the end of the feast, homemade pineapple rum was served. The conversation with the owner and head chef was pleasant and time flew by, so soon her homemade peanut liqueur was also on the table.
If you want to experience a truly rich Mauritian-style feast, try Canne ã Sucre. The entire menu, including the final rum, costs 1000 MUR per person, which is approximately 20 Eur. Additional drinks are charged separately, cocktails cost 250 MUR (about 5 Eur) and a liter of water is 75 MUR (about 1,60 Eur). Reservations are required and can be made via Whatsapp.
Enjoy the feast!
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Accommodation in Mauritius
I wholeheartedly recommend the Seastar Hotel in Flic en Flac, just a short walk from a beautiful beach. The hotel is new, the breakfasts are great, and you almost always have an amazing hot tub on the roof terrace all to yourself! The last time I stayed here was in December 2022 and I will return again.