Mauritius Restaurants | Fine Dining | Four Seasons Resort at Anahita
Mauritius

Dining

  • Beau Champ restaurant pavilion at sunset, two pink flamingo sculptures in water
    Beau Champ

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  • Modern gold lamp under bamboo thatched roof over Il Forno open-air dining room
    Il Forno

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  • Patio dining tables by row of palms, outdoor swimming pool, thatched-roof hut
    Bambou

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  • Acquapazza

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  • Bartender shaking cocktail from behind O Bar lounge bar with leaf pattern, liquor display
    O-Bar

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All Food and Drink

Beau Champ

Classic French dishes are crafted in our open kitchen and made with style – taking full advantage of Mauritius’ abundant local seafood and produce. Dine indoors or by the water’s edge.

Il Forno

Our 18th-hole restaurant is open all day for casual coffees, convivial lunches or trattoria-style dinners after an afternoon on the links.

Bambou

Meet for lunch or linger over a themed dinner under the thatched roofs of our laid-back, open-air restaurant, just steps from the beach and pool.

Acquapazza

Set at the water’s edge, our chic, open-air restaurant serves handcrafted Italian specialties, which incorporate freshly caught seafood and pair perfectly with our extensive wine list.

O-Bar

Sunset cocktails overlooking the lagoon, after-dinner cognacs and hand-rolled cigars, or a cold, midday beer – this welcoming lounge is open all day.

We can arrange virtually anything. + (230) 402-3100 Contact

Events

  • Zilwa Night at Bambou

    Experience the incredible cuisine and culture of the island with Mauritian dishes and a vibrant Sega-dancing show.

  • African Night at Bambou

    A high-energy dance performance accompanies a menu of exquisite African cuisine.

  • Seafood Night at Bambou

    Take your pick from our mouthwatering selection of freshly caught fish and crustaceans, prepared just for you.

Meet The Team

Portrait photo of Executive Chef Nicolas Vienne in black uniform at counter

Nicolas Vienne

Executive Chef

A Paris native, Chef Nicolas trained under several Michelin-starred chefs, including Alain Ducasse, before embarking on a culinary journey that took him to the United States, Lebanon and the South Pacific. The recipient of his own Michelin star, Nicolas brings traditions from three continents to the kitchens at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius, where his passion for the island’s intricate cuisine can be seen in every dish.

“Moving to Mauritius was a decision first led by the island’s reputation for fascinating cuisine, but when I discovered the passion and warmth of the people, I knew there could be no better place for me.”

Culinary Experiences

Mauritian cuisine is a real melting pot of cultures and traditions – there is something to suit everyone’s taste.

Patrick Soochit Executive Sous Chef
Mauritius Restaurants | Fine Dining | Four Seasons Resort at Anahita