Photo story: how Mauritius's heritage is being told through its food

Mauritians can trace their roots to Madagascar, Zanzibar and East Africa, to the four corners of India and southern China and to the Malay Peninsula and Europe— the legacy of centuries of colonial rule. Now their island’s streets are lined with temples, churches and mosques, alongside roti stands, bistros and noodle houses.

This article was produced by National Geographic Traveller (UK).
Published in the Indian Ocean supplement, distributed with the September 2023 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK).

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