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Best Cafes in Mauritius

You Can’t Miss These 5 Best Cafes in Mauritius

If you are like me, then a day doesn’t feel right if you don’t have a good cup of joe. Finding a cafe that makes it the way you like it might prove challenging when you are travelling in a foreign country. But fret not, as long as you know where to get it, your trip will be as smooth as ever. If you are looking for a little cosy cafe during your stay in Mauritius, check out these 5 best cafes in Mauritius that serve up a piping hot cup of excellent java.

1. Chelsea’s Cup N Cake

 

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Located in Curepipe, Chelsea’s Cup N Cake is undoubtedly one of the most popular and best cafes in Mauritius. You can expect good vibes, fragrant coffee and classical music playing in the background here. They make some excellent espresso, but what’s so interesting about Chelsea’s Cup N Cake is that they don’t hesitate to experiment with new flavours. If you are in an adventurous mood, you can find some unique drinks here. But if you are looking for a proven recipe, get the Vienna coffee, caramel latte or basil cider.

2. Mugg and Bean

 

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Originated from South Africa, this cafe is found in Moka village. It’s where you should check out when you are hit with a sudden sweet craving. Besides some fine coffee, Mugg and Bean is known to have a great selection of homemade cakes and pastries. In fact, one of the most popular items is the giant muffins. It’s a great place to kick back, enjoy a coffee, a cake and a good book.

3. Cafe De La Presse

 

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You’ll probably spend some time in Port Louis during your holiday in Mauritius. Be sure to check out Café De La Presse. Boasting a laid-back ambience, it’s where the locals go when they need a kick of caffeine. You can find an extended array of coffee here, as well as sandwiches, salads and the likes. They often host philosophy-themed evenings when young people gather to debate and discuss current affairs. Check it out, as it’s one of the few places in Mauritius where you can find such events.

4. Cafe Lux

 

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Café Lux is found in Trianon shopping mall, so you can come here for a break after your shopping spree. Over here, you will find gourmet coffee, flavoured brew as well as cold brew and filter coffee. To accompany the bitter taste, check out the bestselling red velvet cakes, cheesecakes or opera cakes. Alternatively, you can go for a healthy option like quinoa salad too. It’s the perfect place to spend an afternoon indeed.

5. Le Café des Arts

 

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From a multi-course French meal to buttery pastries and fragrant coffee, you will find it here at Le Café des Arts. Located in an old sugar mill in Trou D’Eau Douce, this establishment reflects Mauritius rich history and culture. Beside French dishes and bakery, you can also find local fares, snacks, tea and infusions.

No matter where you stay in Mauritius, you can find your daily fix there. And if you want to get a true Mauritius experience, try one of the coffee stalls down the road as they offer some of the best cafes in Mauritius. They serve up a strong brew, accompanied by savoury snacks. When in Mauritius, do as the Mauritians do. So why not?

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