We offer guided food tours of Mauritius to discover the island’s rich history, diverse culture and authentic places – all through local Mauritian food and drinks.
Taste the typical street food of Mauritius and eat at some of the best local restaurants. There are many things to do in Mauritius, but to truly know Mauritius, you must taste Mauritius. With Taste Buddies experience the region, its culture and its lifestyle through your taste buds.
Mauritius is a melting pot of cultures, and the local food reflects this ethnic diversity. Indian curries, Creole “rougailles”, Muslim biryanis, Chinese “boulettes” and French baguettes are proof of the culinary dynamics present on the island.
Led by curiosity and thirst for discovery, Celine and Nic have both had the privilege to travel and meet people from across the world.
Enriching travel experiences and passion for food inspired Celine and Nic to join forces and find a way to highlight the beauty and authenticity of their beloved Mauritius.
In 2017, they embarked on the exciting journey to launch the first food tour company in Mauritius – Taste Buddies.
Celine’s favourite Mauritian street food is “gato arouille” (taro balls), and Nic loves “gato pima” (chilli bites).
Originally from Curepipe, Mauritius, Adrien has been working in the tourism industry since he left school. He has had the opportunity to travel to a few countries in Africa and Europe and even lived in Asia for a while. He joined Taste Buddies in December 2017 to combine his passion for meeting people from all over the world and to learn even more about Mauritius’ history, culture and food.
His favourite Mauritian food is Dholl Puri
Dada joined the tourism industry since the early age of 17. Having experienced different hotels, a cruise ship and travelled over five different countries during the past years, he joined Taste Buddies in October 2018 to follow his passion for food and his quest for a new challenge!
His favourite Mauritian street foods are: The famous “Pani Puri” in Port Louis and “Mine Bouille Mangouak” from Mahebourg!