Mauritius, and particularly Rodrigues, have a tradition of tables d’hôtes, which provide a great option for a local lunch, offering a limited multi-course menu at a fixed price. In Mauritius the greatest concentration is found in Chamarel, in the southwest, while some of the best on the island are in old colonial mansions, using produce from their estates. Tables d’hôtes are also plentiful and exceptional on agricultural Rodrigues, where the island’s strong fishing tradition and prevalence of organic vegetables are reflected in the menus.

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