The Oberoi, Mauritius Restaurants in Mauritius | On the Rocks, The Gunpowder Room, The Restaurant, The Bar
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Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Mauritius can savour fine international cuisine and local specialities in our main restaurant, our unique On the Rocks dining venue or restored 18th century Gunpowder Room. The Bar is an excellent place to relax and unwind with an aperitif or a nightcap.

Located in traditional thatched roof structures, The Restaurant and Bar offer spectacular views across the Indian Ocean, while from On the Rocks, diners can almost dip their toes in the ocean. The Gunpowder Room, open for dinner twice a week, is a restored French colonial battery and a recognised national monument.

The Oberoi, Mauritius offers private dining for couples on the sands of Turtle Bay, or in the Gunpowder Room. Served by a private butler, guests can savour the vibrant flavours of traditional Creole dishes or fine international cuisine, specially curated by our masterchefs for the occasion.

Couples can also start the day with a private Champagne breakfast on the beach, or end the perfect day with a bottle of Champagne and canapes, while watching the sun set over Turtle Bay; unique experiences amongst hotels and restaurants in Mauritius. Please contact The Oberoi, Mauritius for more information.


The Restaurant

A stylish, al fresco dining space overlooking the Indian Ocean, The Restaurant encompasses a traditional, thatched roof pavilion and dining under the stars. The Restaurant is a formal dining venue, serving Creole, International and Asian cuisine. It is open for breakfast and dinner.

On the Rocks

On the Rocks offers a truly unique dining experience. Located on top of dark volcanic rocks that extend into the ocean, guests can almost dip their toes in the waters as they savour fresh sea food from the live grill, salads, pasta and wood-fired pizza. On the Rocks is open for lunch and dinner.

The Bar

The Bar is housed in a traditional, open-sided thatched roof structure, caressed by balmy sea breezes and lit by a magnificent cast iron chandelier. The space is adorned with an antique swing and an ebony piano, played by jazz and classical musicians every evening.

The Gunpowder Room

The Gunpowder Room dates back to French colonial times. With rustic, brick walls, rough stone floors, antique wine barrels and glittering chandeliers, guests who enter the Gunpowder Room will be transported back to a bygone era. Guests can savour traditional Mauritian cuisine here, five days a week.