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Extracts from an article in the Evening Standard:

Once in the city, the atmosphere and choice can be overwhelming.

Luckily, I have a local Mauritian to help me find my feet. Shakti works for My Moris, which offers walking tours of the city that give tourists a real taste of Mauritian cuisine. The rich, multi-ethnic tapestry of the island is never as evident as when you’re sampling the native dishes: Chinese, Indian and African fusion plates served by French-speaking locals. It’s not long before we’re slipping down a decidedly run-down alleyway and pulling up plastic garden furniture around a stern-looking chef.Without a word he serves us bowls of glorious steaming boulette, dim sum-style dumplings packed with tasty fish and pork. Next stop is the hectic street market in Trou Fanfaron, where we pick up local favourite dholl puri, a flatbread filled with salsa and chilli paste.

Click here to read the complete article about my Moris' cultural experiences in Port-Louis