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Four Seasons Resort Mauritius

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius to Bring New Level of Luxury to Island Dining

Edging turquoise Indian Ocean waters and with tropical gardens beautifully woven throughout the property, Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita is set to further elevate its exotic sanctuary with the announcement of a significant restaurant and bar renovation, to be unv­eiled in October 2021.

Boasting a current total of four restaurants, including the acclaimed La Plaz Beach Grill on the Four Seasons exclusive beach on Ile aux Cerfs, plus a lounge bar, Cotomili Herb Garden with dedicated cooking class area, 24-hour in-villa dining and a variety of private dining experiences, the Resort’s already extensive culinary offerings are set to be raised to the next level through the planned enhancements.

The four-month long renovation at the Forbes Five-star rated Resort will introduce a brand new Lobby Bar and see the complete transformation of the beachfront Bambou Restaurant and Bar through a structural re-build and fresh design concept, led by Macbeth Architects & Designers and EDG Design.

“We are delighted to be unveiling the plans for this renovation,” says Lindley Thomen, Resort Manager at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita. “The Mauritius government has just announced a partial reopening of the borders ahead of a full reopening in October, perfectly coinciding with our Resort’s reopening. This renovation will bring to life a true essence of the island culture through our restaurants and bars – both in the beauty of the physical design and the locally-sourced materials used, as well as the culinary offerings to be served. After a closure of more than a year due to the pandemic, we simply cannot wait to once again have chance to welcome back our guests and to showcase the Resort at its finest.”

Al Fresco Oceanfront Bars and Restaurants

With its poolside location and adjacent views over the tranquil lagoon, Bambou Restaurant and Bar will be transformed through significant re-construction that will provide a more expansive area for covered seating, as well as a new beach dining location. Set to become the new home of the Resort’s breakfast offering, the Restaurant will offer all day dining variety, with a Mediterranean-themed lunch menu being complemented by the best of local Creole cuisine each evening.

The new Lobby Bar will offer a revived welcome experience, while also taking advantage of the picturesque setting overlooking the tiered barachois. Centred around an open bar counter, the Lobby Bar will seat up to 32 guests and will serve a drinks menu inspired by infused cocktails, sugar cane based drinks and Mauritian-infused rums.

Throughout the day, the Lobby Bar will evolve in its offerings, with a selection of teas and coffees served from early morning, ahead of a light tapas selection for lunch from late morning until late afternoon, prior to catering to aperitifs and digestifs in the evening.

Iuliia Tore