The food is good. That is the most important but the restaurant can improve on the service. It is a bit too casual and there lacks a warmth. However the decor is very good
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A Mauritian restaurant that doesn't sell lentils?? Where are the little accompaniments that complement creole meals? Prawns in "red sauce" tasted remarkably like a jar of dolmio pasta sauce,...,.......combine this with generally unsmiling service guaranteed that I have no wish to return. This is a...More
We went there on a family lunch and ordered three lobsters. They all came whole, massive and very full of flesh, nothing like elsewhere in Mauritius. I immediately recognised FRESH lobsters. We had one grilled and two in red sauce. Both dishes were very flavory....More
We drove from Trou aux Biches to this restaurant on a recommendation. We weren't disappointed. The food was great and the waitresses couldn't have been more helpful.
After a good walk to ty to identify "the crying nun", what better way to end the morning's excursion than to have lunch sampling the local food. I had octopus vindaye, and my daughter had octopus curry ( so that we could sample both)! Both...More
Based on Tripadvisor reviews we drove 40min to have lunch at Chez Rosy.The recommended Octopus Vindayoo lived up to its promise and we also felt that the restaurant offers tremendous value. Don't be put off by the rustic appearances .The food is excellent and the...More
Very overrated restaurant! We ordered a lobster, waited 1 hour and 30 minutes for it and it was the worst lobster I ever tasted, Dry, overcooked, awful Waiters were rude! Definitely not recommending this place!
If you plan to visit the south of Mauritius, make sure you stop by "Chez Rosy" for lunch, and try the fantastic "Langouste sauce rouge".