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Restaurant: Le Domaine de Bois Chéri @bois_cheri_tea
The restaurant at the tea factory in Mauritius review. Thank you for bearing with me whilst I upload these reviews.
For the table, they bring over some fresh bread, butter and tea chutney (photos 1 and 2). Sounds odd but tastes absolutely delicious. Such a shame they haven't thought of bottling the stuff up and selling it in their gift shop.
I opted for grosses crevettes, sauce à l'ail, riz épicé ~ big prawns in a garlic sauce with spicy rice (photos 1, 3 and 4). Rs 850, around £19.
The sauce was delicious and very creamy, not too overpowering with the garlic, in fact could have done with more garlic and the rice, although nice on its own, not very complimenting with the overall dish. A plain rice or mushroom rice would have gone better in my opinion. The prawns were deliciously huge. Very good portion size.
MIL had the poisson aigre doux servi avec riz et chatinis variés ~ sweet and sour fish served with rice and a variety of chutneys (photos 1 and 5). Rs 450, around £10.
MIL loved this, with chunky pieces of fish and lots of different crunchy veggies, this dish was packed full of flavour. The chutneys served were more like pickles (achar) so nothing special in my books but the whole dish was right up my MIL's street. Again a very generous portion. I never opt for anything sweet and sour as I don't enjoy it and this dish was definitely too sour for me and nothing like the sweet and sour dishes served in the UK. Definitely an acquired taste.
Hubster opted for 2 starters instead of one main: crevettes à la sauce basilic ~ prawns in a creamy sweet basil sauce (photo 6). Rs 375, around £8.50 and calamars à l'ail ~ calamari in garlic sauce (photos 1 and 7). Rs 450, around £10.
Hubster really enjoyed the prawns but it only had a subtle hint of basil but a good creamy sauce. The calamari however was overcooked and inedible especially considering the price. Hubster let the waiter know and they kindly took it off the bill when hubster said he did not want it replaced with an alternative dish.
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