Culinary art by Kaz'alala, an ode to sharing
At Lakaz Mama, a superb, copious breakfast is available every morning from 7am to 10am in a bright and fresh setting. An ideal way to start your day before setting off to explore the many surroundings and recreational opportunities or just relax and soak up the Bel Ombre sun.
Fresh fruits, home-made jams, honey, coconut hotbuns, pancakes, mauritian fritters or Kaz'alala style omelettes, just to mention a few... Breakfast is a ritual that you never get bored of at Kaz'alala.
We have a selection of light bites available all day for lunch or for munching in between meals. For light meals, you can enjoy a Smoked Marlin Salad with its Pineapple, Lime & Peanut Dressing for lunch or a Fish Vindaye sandwich (with the traditional Pain Maison or a baguette). For something more hearty and if you are ravenous, why not try our Chicken Curry, condiments and warm Farata (Indian flatbread).
Seating up to 40 guests, Lakaz Mama Restaurant with its open-plan kitchen serves lovingly prepared dishes for dinner in a soft and subdued atmosphere. We only use the finest and freshest local surf and turf produce, including fish and deer, in a light, friendly atmosphere. Check with your host to find out what’s on the menu for our Pop-Up Evenings.
Our Themed-Nights Dinner
Do not miss the chance to taste our typical Mauritian dishes prepared to home-made standards. Our theme dinners include the “Farata/Ti-pouri Evening” with authentic Indian-inspired flatbread accompanied by a variety of savoury curries – best eaten with your bare hand, Indian style!
You can feast on delicious fresh fish caught by the local fishermen and delivered straight to Kaz’alala during the “Gro Pwason Lafaya Evening”. The “Kari Masala Evening” features a selection of traditional dishes bursting with the rich flavour of ground spices that reflect our island’s Indian heritage.
Our “Biryani Evening” will introduce your taste buds to the aromas and flavours of a mainstay of Mauritian cooking. A very popular rice-based dish in the Middle East and in India, the Mauritian version of biryani is a fragrant mixture of meat, spices, potatoes, onions and saffron rice that will take your senses on a taste-loaded ride.