Summer Food in Mauritius

You probably are sweating right now and want to consume all the cold beverages you can possibly have. Island vibes and Heat are probably the strongest! Besides, Its Summer! But you don’t want to eat hot food. How do you calm that fury inside your stomach?

Just step out, if you hear musical bus passing by, let your inner child free because it is the Ice Cream Van! Trust us, when we tell you, The ice creams here are so creamy and delicious, you would probably brunch and lunch over these! It costs around Rs. 35 for a double scoop with coconut desiccate and chocolate Syrup. You can upgrade that cone of yours with triple scoop and different flavors for just Rs. 10 extra! Who would want to miss that?

Another thing you need to try is this cool local milk drink called Alouda. It’s a vanilla flavored milk drink mixed with basil seeds and vermicelli. Just a small bottle full of nutrition for Rs. 25 is going to keep you cool and refreshed.

What would be Summer in Mauritius without its tropical fruits? Try fresh Pineapples, Juicy Mangoes, Litchis, pulpy Peaches, seems so tempting! You can find all these alongside the coasts or even in the local markets. Keep yourself hydrated with a large piece of Watermelon topped with some salt to give it a slight tangy taste. There is more to this than just fruits and cream! If you are a person with sour tastes, then you have to try the fruit salads. There is Cucumber, Mango and Pineapple mixed with a little bit of Tamarind juice, topped with Salt and chili powder and also some chili sauce if you prefer. But the outcome is delicious and we already want to go get ourselves some of that!

We gotta make a move, Temptations overflowing out here!!!

Author: Panda & Wolf's Discover (Mauritius)

"Panda & Wolf's Discover" Mobile Application aims at helping tourists to explore the unconventional or the unseen beauty of Mauritius. There is no questioning the beauty of Mauritius' beaches, and the famous powder white sands, which slope gently into sapphire blue waters, have long lured visitors to the island. Yet beyond their achingly picturesque aesthetics lies an island waiting to be discovered: markets hum, gardens bloom, swathes of feather-tipped sugarcane ripple across undulating fields and moss green mountains frame a verdant, compact landscape that spills into the Indian ocean – it is truly a tropical island paradise.

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