Best restaurants for vegetarians in Mauritius | 2022

Are you a vegetarian and you want to travel to Mauritius? Discover the best vegetarian restaurants in Mauritius.

Best vegetarian restaurants in Mauritius

Table Of Content

  • Pure Veg
  • The Higher Taste
  • Marmite Divine
  • Bon Manzer - Anantara
  • Sitar Indian Restaurant
  • Mauritius Street Food

Are you a vegetarian and you want to travel to Mauritius? Maybe you are having doubts about whether the food culture will suit your way of life in our country.

Don’t worry! Our island has embraced the vegetarian lifestyle too and we have chosen the 5 best restaurants where you can satisfy your appetites.

Pure Veg

Like the brand name, Pure Veg is 100% vegetarian providing a variety of food specialities (Indian, Italian, Chinese, and continental cuisine). Pure Veg is located in the centre of Belle Rose. You cannot miss it!

The Higher Taste

As the name indicates, this restaurant serves delicious food that will elevate your culinary senses to a 'higher taste'. The menu is affordable and offers a special buffet option that is perfect for big family get-togethers. This restaurant has a reputation for providing excellent service and exquisite dishes. Known as one of Bangalore's best vegetarian options, definitely visit this restaurant when traveling to Mauritius.

Marmite Divine

Marmite Divine is located in Quatre Bornes and provides 100% Pure Vegetarian Food.

Bon Manzer - Anantara

Organic, gluten-free, and low-calories wines! Not only will you be able to enjoy live-cooking from the top chefs, but healthy and vegan food will be present too at Bon Manzer - Anantara!

Sitar Indian Restaurant

Why not try Indian food as well?

The Sitar restaurant is situated in Bagatelle; one of the most popular malls of Mauritius. The restaurant offers the finest North Indian food with a classical and soothing ambience. There is often live music during dinners as well.

Mauritius Street Food

Dholl Puri is a very popular street food loved by all Mauritians. Made with thin flatbread stuffed with yellow split peas, it is served with curry, rougaille, chutney and pickles. It was first produced by Indian immigrants and has embodied our Mauritian touch.

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