At MIXE, we’ve turned conventional all-day dining on its head. With views of the glittering ocean and expansive swimming pool, MIXE dishes up a tempting all-day menu of island specialties, from a fresh sprawling breakfast buffet to round-the-world gastronomic delights. It’s a spectacular spot: there’s a Josper-style grill, live cooking stations, Asian and Spicy Curry corners, glass tandoor, saj oven for oriental bread-making and a Japanese teppanyaki area. Sweet things also get a starring role, including a dedicated chocolate room where guests can watch and participate in live cooking sessions, a glass oven for viennoiseries and a lavish display of pastries and desserts.
Occupying a prime spot right on the sands and with spectacular views across the Indian Ocean, Beach Rouge is open for lunch and dinner.There’s a hint of French Riviera in the airy white-and-red decor. In the lounge area, cocktails and tapas make for lazy days and cool evenings by the Indian Ocean: flop down on cushions on the beach to the upbeat sound of top DJs. Local, fresh-from-the-sea produce shines in the kitchen, where chefs whip up tantalising feasts of the island’s best seasonal fare.
For a dash of Asian spice, head to Amari by Vineet, the resort’s new Indian restaurant – a clean-lined but opulent space for the Michelin-star chef’s scintillating fare. A leading light in the reinvention of Indian cuisine, Chef Vineet Bhatia won his first Michelin star at Zakia in London in 2001, followed by another in 2006 for his personal venture 'Rasoi' in London as well as in 2009 for 'Rasoi by Vineet' in Geneva. His masterful technique makes the textures and flavours of India shine, in sumptuous, subtly spiced dishes with contemporary flair.
Heading further east, Duck Laundry is the top table in Mauritius today, offering contemporary-style Chinese dishes, featuring duck in its many guises including crowd-pleasing Peking duck with steamed pancakes. Dim sum, live noodle-making stations, a wood-fired duck oven and a Chinese barbecue station complete the experience, crowned by a varied selection of Chinese teas and Asian spirits.
Named after Kelly Hoppen, the K-Bar entertains with its dragon-inspired cocktails and headlines with another LUX* first: a microbrewery feature in this 'gastro pub', where an exclusive range of craft beers are available on tap.
Excellent coffee is a must, not a luxury; that’s why you’ll find a Café LUX* at the heart of all our resorts and hotels. Café LUX* has revolutionised the world of hotel coffee, and our commitment remains clear: to offer our guests the finest barista-made coffee, day or night. Great coffee begins with freshly ground beans, so we roast our own in our on-site roasting rooms, which can be explored on our aromatic behind-the-scenes tour. Our specialist baristas keep up with all the latest trends and techniques – including Cold Press, Pour Overs and Nitro coffee. Bespoke ‘pod’ machines and a variety of Café LUX* blends allow guests to enjoy an aromatic cup in their room, and even at home.
Exploring the vibrant culture and flavours of an extraordinary locale, Mari Kontan showcases the history, language, food, music and dance of the Sugar Island. Sample a selection of delicious, locally made produce including a variety of flavoured Mauritian rums – the perfect souvenirs for friends and family.