I’ve been wishing for Mauritius cuisine for 20 years since I left the island. When I had the roti and dhol Porri here I think I levitated. This was delicious.
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First time there Food wasn't fresh Such a dissapoitment to Mauritian cuisine Will not be going there again
located 300 meters from Turnpike lane Tube station, Le Chamarel, provides authentic Mauritian Food. We had the Gateaux Piment as starter, the Bol Renverser, Fried Rice and Fried Noodles. All were prepared in the Mauritian way. I even ordered more, just to take away and...More
I was craving for Mauritian style noodles (mine frire) and really enjoyed it. All the food ordered were nice and tasty. And affordable. Had 'gato pigment', du pain frire, catless, samosa.. all were nice. And pearona.. would definitely visit again soon
Le Chamarel is a cafe not a restaurant. We went for lunch on Sunday being the 49th Independence Day of Mauritius and there were no celebrations at all. The place is very small and we were seated to a small where we could hardly fit...More
This little restaurant is amazing!! Made me discover Mauritius food, so much flavour!! The home made tamarind juice is very nice! The starters are amazing, the main course are very good and for the price we paid it was definitely better than many other places!!...More
I have been living in this area since 2009 and I regret I have not eaten at this restaurant before. One of my friends recommended (Mauritian) this restaurant last week. I am Turkish and we are surrounded by Turkish restaurants in Haringey. This is a...More