Since the dishes can be found anywhere in the local market areas, tourists can easily savor on them anywhere while on-the-go. The Gajaks and Boulettes are served on paper bags from the stalls decked up at the street pavements, besides which the people can also treat themselves with refreshing cold beverages to beat the heat.
However, the most popular market area in Mauritius happens to be at Port Louis, which is considered to be a one-stop destination for all the food lovers. Port Louis is brimming with numerous stalls that serve lip-smacking delicacies all hot and red.
Port Louis By Road
Port Louis is known as the central halt for all the major economic establishments.Starting from shopping multiplexes to ATM booths and cafes or restaurants to nightclubs, a number of options are available on how to reach street food in Mauritius. Visitors from the neighboring cities of Cassis, Plain Verte and Vellée-des-Prêtres can easily avail the private or government buses which terminate the journey at Port Louis Victoria Station and Immigration Square. Buses in Mauritius are thoroughly serviced by the National Transport Corporation, Mauritius Bus Transport, United Bus Service and Triolet Bus Service.
Besides, one can rent a private car or book a taxi anytime, for the same purpose.
The island of Mauritius is obviously blessed with the facilities of ships and cruises. Hence, tourists decked up at a nearby place might anytime board a ship or a speedboat and reach Port Louis and savor onto some of the world's best street foods which are undoubtedly worth the journey.