Bright decoration, the scent of spices, warm colors, luminous and charming. No! We are not in the Middle East but quite close to it. Hosting the extravagant but yet sophisticated oriental style, La Rose de Damas opened its doors last April at Cascavelle Shopping Village, two years after opening the first one at Quatre-Bornes.
La Rose de Damas is the first restaurant in Mauritius offering cuisine, especially from Lebanese and Moroccan culture. A way for Mauritians to have a new culinary discovery and enjoying dishes from elsewhere.
Offering traditional cuisine yet with a revisited touch, La Rose de Damas is a one of a kind restaurant. Their pita bread is prepared in an authentic oven and the dishes are served in cutlery that comes directly from Morocco. The Chefs of La Rose de Damas work exclusively with fresh, local and imported products, and the spices are carefully chosen so as to remind us that every bite is an invitation to flavors. Some famous dishes that can be enjoyed is the homemade couscous, tajines, the kebab, juicy grilled meat, mezes, pomegranate and sesame seeds accompanied by saj bread, which is a bread from the Lebanese culture and whose dough is very thin.
What is a must-try at La Rose de Damas are the desserts, from traditional Middle East cakes like baklava to the Moroccan chebakia, you will have the chance to taste the brewat, the gazelle horns and the kenafa which is a sweet cake made with vermicelli. Oh! And all these good desserts are served with good mint tea, what’s better?
To make your taste buds travel and enjoy the deliciaries of the Lebanese and the Moroccan traditional cuisine, you’ll not have to leave Mauritius as La Rose de Damas offers you just what you need in a plate.