A little more about Taste Mauritius
With her inherent love of tramping the streets of London in search of good authentic foods, it became obvious very quickly that there were limited places to find fabulous home-cooked Mauritian food. More so, many people were not aware of the cuisine. Fuelled by this and her creative passion for cooking, she has made it her goal to share the amazing flavours of this tiny island; where people can enjoy a tasty meal, watch some Sega dancing, drink good rum and even learn how to make a Dhall Puri or two!
Selina hosted supperclubs in Croydon, the ‘home’ and humble beginnings of Taste Mauritius since 2012. She also holds a variety of Pop up events in and around London, previous successes have included; Oliver Peyton’s ‘Friday Night Socials’ at the National Cafe in The National Gallery, Bedford & Strand, Traders Vic on Park Lane, Clifton Nurseries, including successful Mauritian Rum Tasting & Food Experiences. She also offers private catering, caters for corporate events and offers cookery classes across London.
She is also the ‘go to’ page for Mauritian inspired recipes and food reviews with her work being featured in The Guardian Cook Supplement, JamieOliver.Com, Air Mauritius Blog, The London Epicurean Magazine, Croydon Advertiser, Good Food Guide, Good Taste Magazine, Delicious, Your Source Today, Food Network and Berkeley Magazine.