Travelling Lady Golfer

Kaz’alala, restaurant and cooking demo

We first visited Kaz’alala for lunch and enjoyed their food so much we asked if we could come back and do a cooking demo with Chef Francis.

To truly experience the depth of the food on offer, we wanted to share our family experience when cooking alongside a master at work.

When we visited we had traditional Mauritian food, with all the trimmings, when we went back for the demo, we got to make and try Italian food – with a fresh Mauritian twist.

We make no excuses for having such a fun time in the kitchen under the watchful eye of Chef Francis.

Diet starts tomorrow!

Chef Francis was our chef both times we visited.  When we turned up to do the cooking demonstration with our daughter Charlotte, the warmth and friendliness of all the staff was lovely –  even when we stuck cameras in their faces their willingness to please and show they cared was portrayed with a genuine smile.

We did wonder how many would prefer a holiday such as this, one where the pools aren’t crowded, one where you have your own space and one where the food was some of the best we’d tasted in Mauritius.

Our top menu tips

The Octopus salad is so fresh and zingy – we show how to make this in the video

Fresh tamarind or lemon juice is a great beverage accompaniment to your food

Mauritian curry served on a platter of various compartments meant we could have a taste of everything

Anything smoked Marlin – a fish in abundance, incredibly tasty and a big hit with us

Flambé banana – always a nice end to a meal with a sweet sticky fruity mess.

Part of the Heritage Resort in Bel Ombre, Kaz’alala stands out alone away from the busy resort as a renovated bed and Breakfast in its own right. Beautiful tranquil gardens, with coloured houses, each colour representing the Mauritian flag.  A calming pool sympathetically planted to afford a little of life luxuries in peace and quiet.

A get alternative when looking for something a bit different.

Plus you get the use of the Heritage facilities too.

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