Honouring the seasons means treasuring the present.
It’s accepting what nature has to offer, without pushing it.
It’s choosing farm-to-table products.
A seasonal menu is a daring bet.
Come rain or shine,
We have no power over the harvest.
We might sometimes run dry on a few ingredients, but you
will never run out of new dishes to try, from one season to
Croissant Rs 25
Pain au chocolat Rs 25
Pain au raisin Rs 25
Petit Parigot Rs 120
Slice of toasted bread and mini croissants, served with homemade jam
Oeufs d'Béné Rs 120
Two eggs, Hollandaise sauce and raw vegetable salad
Omelette mari complète Rs 190
Three eggs omelette with onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, parsley and cheese, served with toasted bread
Pain perdu mais retrouvé Rs 150
Served with honey and icing sugar
LaLoCal (v) Rs 280
Salad with local and fresh ingredients: lady fingers, aubergine, moringa leafs, mauritian tomato chutney
La Charles (v) Rs 390
Quinoa, bulgur and herbs, topped with goat cheese, grilled almonds, poached pear and banana chips
LaTino Rossi (v) Rs 370
Mediterranean style salad, rocket, tomato, cucumber, grilled veges, olives and pecorino cheese
La Trois Fromages (v) Rs 390
Pecorino, caciocavallo, goat cheese, grilled veges, caramelised pineapple and nuts
Grilled chicken Rs 150
Grilled fish Rs 150
Bacon Rs 150
Potato fries (v) Rs 150
Pwason Coco Rs 480
Braised fish fillet in coconut milk, lime and eucalyptus honey, grilled lady finger, served with rice
Tagliatelles pesto (v) Rs 220
Homemade pesto sauce, cooking cream, pecorino cheese
Manze Lakaz Rs 300
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