I first came across Flavours Resto Bar when it was known as “Kozy Garden” and subsequently became “Hidden Garden”. Flavours Resto Bar sits inside the courtyard of a very small shopping center called Tutti Fruiti located on Royal Road in Tamarin.
Looking at the building from the roadside, you wouldn’t imagine that a bar and restaurant would be inside, and to my mind, has always been one of the area’s hidden little gems.
The bar is a kiosk in style and has barstool seating around three sides. Behind the bar is a central island displaying an extensive range of spirits with a selection of unusual rums to try.
The food is of very good quality and presented well. Flavours have earned a very good reputation locally for its food and especially its sushi.
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One of the most sacred places for Hindu’s is considered to be Grand Bassin or Ganga Talao.
The Grand Bassin lake is considered to be sacred in the Hindu faith. According to popular belief, the water in the lake is said to have originated from the Indian river of Ganga. Moreover, adjacent to the lake stands erected a 33 meter tall statue of Lord Shiva.
Grand Bassin is one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus from across the world. In fact, it is the largest Hindu pilgrimage site that lies outside India.
The Maha Shivratri pilgrimage takes place every year between February and March. The pilgrimage takes place over 3 days and 3 nights. The pilgrims walk to the lake carrying mobile altars on their backs, which represent different deities. Once at the edge of the waters, the pilgrims perform their own private ceremony to the deities with incense, flowers and other offerings.