Nestled on the ground floor of the stately Manor House, Le Manoir Dining Room overlooks our picturesque swimming pool, beach, and manicured Tea Garden. Indoors amid soft grey hues, graceful décor—incorporating historic artworks and photographs, dark wood furnishings, and wrought-iron chandeliers—reflects the building’s renowned past as a stately island home, while an outdoor seating area provides a captivating alfresco alternative.
For both settings, our celebrated chefs marry exotic Mauritian flavours and renowned island hospitality with French, Mediterranean, Indian, and Asian cooking styles to create innovative breakfast and dinner menus. Bursting with memorable flavours, they are accompanied by specialty cocktails, such as the Fairy Tale and the Colonel Boys. A children’s menu is also available.
Seamlessly aligning with its stunning natural surroundings, The Boathouse Grill & Bar greets guests with an open-air dining space crafted from authentic, yet sophisticated natural materials—from wooden beams to refined stone, which harmonise with the surrounding palm trees and plants.
The Boathouse Grill is an elegant beachside gourmet experience. Vintage champagnes will sparkle next to platters of oysters and grilled prawns. The mood in the evening is elegant and romantic with incredible lighting showing the restaurant to its best effect.
For health-conscience guests, there is also a juice and vegetable bar. Poolside or beach service is available daily from 9am to 6pm, with hourly snacks and light meals, including fruit skewers, sherbet, gazpacho, energy juice.
All together nourishing, Atsuko, which means "serenity" in Japanese, unites a relaxing, contemporary environment with healthy, inspired Japanese cuisine.
A natural colour scheme of blonde woods, bamboo, and beige set the stage for Japanese-named tables, like the Emperor’s table, and views of the intimate garden. Meanwhile the menu comprises of meticulously selected seafood, meat, and vegetables.
Prepared in the live kitchen, with an unprecedented attention to detail, the nourishing offerings include Ushi Maki Tempura, Nigiri Salmon, and more. Additionally, specialty cocktails like the Yamazaki and the Wasabi Chocolate Martini demonstrate a similar dedication to rare, complex flavours.
Defined by signature St. Regis bespoke service and refined surroundings, The 1904 Bar concurrently celebrates the original architecture of the Manor House, with its buzzing indoor bar and outdoor terrace.
Overlooking the resort’s pool, the terrace’s smooth checkerboard floors house a hanging sofa bed as well as inviting couches and armchairs. By day, the bright island sunshine illuminates the diaphanous drapes that line the railings, while at night myriad lanterns, candles, and standing lamps emit a idyllic glow that harmonizes with the live Jazz music emanating from the indoor bar area.
Here, light green walls, white cornices, and a compelling combination of refined and raw natural materials delineate intimate seating areas with upholstered wooden sofas and armchairs, and a horseshoe-shaped brown granite bar. An original Armand Gachet mural behind the bar features the subtle, rich tones found throughout the space, while discreet local nuances add an authentic, warm elegance to the clean, colonial lines.
The cultured environment is also present in the bar’s bespoke cocktails, which include The St. Regis Mauritius Resort's custom creation: La Belle Creole Mary. Inspired by the warm currents of the Indian Ocean, this signature mixture is an interpretation of tropical island traditions and features trademark touches such as plantation rum and aloe vera juice.
Journey across an ocean amid the colonial setting and profound flavors of this signature restaurant. Simply India’s chefs have taken authentic traditional dishes from all regions of the country and added elegant touches for fine-dining experiences. A menu designed for sharing comprises myriad tandoori specialties and subtle blends of Indian spices with local produce.
Situated in the soothing, modern Iridium Spa Pavilion, surrounded by water, with a welcoming lounge area, Floating Market presents a premium dining experience.
Named for the food market in Thailand where fresh produce is sold on boats, the restaurant unites harmonizing tactile surfaces—from rich, smooth marble to floors and ceilings crafted from wood beams—with black, red, green, and gold hues, and antique decorative objects. An abundance of plants and flowers and a calming Asian musical soundtrack add to the matchless space, which is illuminated by creative chandeliers fabricated from birdcages.
Upholstered chairs and large tables overlook either the resort’s emerald grounds or its glittering lagoon, while the menu by Chef Van Pham Thong offers Thai, Malay, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Singaporean flavours combined into a pentagon of light, healthy dishes with evocative aromas, tastes, and colours.