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Best things to do in Triolet

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Grocery or Supermarket
Italian Restaurant
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“One of my favorite restaurants , the food is always good and the owners charming. Good meat & fish / selfish dishes and pasta of course. ”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Marco's pizza is one of the best on the island and it's just around the corner! They also make gluten free pizza and massive pizzas for 4-5 persons (Rs 800-1200). They also make delicious pasta dishes. Very popular so book a table or come early. They open 6.30 pm.”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“La ligne de bus Triolet bus Service dessert le Nord du pays. Il y a des bus Express qui font le trajet Port Louis Grand Baie en bus climatisés”
2 locals recommend
Supermarket
“10minutes by foot. 2 minutes by car. Hours: Monday-Saturday [8am–7:30pm] Sunday[8am–12:30pm] Phone: 265 5463 ”
13 locals recommend
Caribbean Restaurant
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“Dine al fresco right on the seashore overlooking the bay of Trou-aux-Biches in this simple bright yellow seafood hut. Nicely presented fresh seafood curries and grilled fish. Main courses are Rs450-500. You can bring your own wine (no corking fee)! This charming hut is about 100 meters from your apartment.”
1 local recommends
Hindu Temple
“One of the biggest hindu temple around the area and which is free and accessible thorough bus ”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Grab a bowl of noodles for Rs65-75, a cold beer from the small shop next door and walk across the street and sit down by the seashore to enjoy the simple lunch while overlooking the bay with the wooden fishing boats. Highly popular with the locals! This red shop is just around the corner, 50 meters away.”
2 locals recommend
Bus Station
“You can grab the bus to Port Louis, Grand Baie, Pamplemousses and other destinations”
1 local recommends
Noodle House
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1 local recommends
Café
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1 local recommends
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Connu pour être le village le plus long de l'île Maurice (7 kms), vous y découvrirez surtout une localité aux traditions indiennes . A ne pas louper en période la fête de Divali fin novembre”
4 locals recommend