Mauritian Culinary Experience: Full Day & Lunch, Domaine des Aubineaux

“Ki pou Kwi”, creole translation for 'what to cook' is an authentic, Mauritian Culinary experience where you can discover the traditional Mauritian cuisine considered as grandmother’s recipes.

Le Domaine des Aubineaux is an oasis of greenery, peace and tranquillity, a few steps from the buzzing town of Curepipe. The Domaine des Aubineaux offers the discovery of a century-old place.

“Ki pou Kwi” is an authentic experience where you can discover the traditional Mauritian cuisine considered as grandmother’s recipes. A presentation will be made by the Chef of the domain to explain the steps of preparation. Fines herbs freshly picked from the Domain's nursery, the traditional spices, colourful and tasty ingredients will be at your disposal to prepare your lunch. Concoct your dish and set your table for a moment of pure bliss in Les Ecuries du Domaine des Aubineaux, surrounded by Le Parc Floral du Domaine des Aubineaux. After lunch, the experience continues with the visit of The colonial house which dates back to 1872 and features most of the original furnishing and paintings of the time. A rum tasting is also included.

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