Le Badamier

(7 a.m to 10 a.m / 12 p.m to 3 p.m / 7 p.m to 9.30 p.m)

Built around an old badamier tree, Le Badamier is surrounded by the bright flowers and emerald hues of tropical gardens. Unpretentious dishes inspired by Chinese, Creole and French traditions, draw on the many cultural influences of Mauritius. There's also a pizzeria tucked away in a corner, for when you all crave is a crispy crust and melted cheese.
Tables d'hôte menus and gourmet barbecues are also a popular attraction, along with regular themed dinners to the crooning of local musicians and entertainers. And if you somehow can't find what you're looking for, then chances are it's on the tempting buffet heaped with fresh salads, sticky sweets and more.

Dress Code
  • Although there's no particular dress code during the day, we do ask you not to wear uncovered swimming attire in the restaurant during breakfast time.
  • Evening wear is smart-casual after 6pm.
  • And gentlemen, no flip-flops or shorts in the restaurants and bars during dinnertime please.
Note : Opening and closing hours are subject to change without prior notice
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