Some big and authentic Hawaiian flavors, hula dancing and Mai Tai cocktails have now come ashore at Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort. Every Saturday, the Resort honors its unique origin with a unique “Hawaiian night” celebration. Guests are invited to experience and celebrate the culture and food of Hawaii.
The night takes place in 2 main spaces of the resort: the Mercado restaurant, for dinner; and Bar Bleu, for dancing and entertainment.
During the Hawaiian Nights, Mercado serves a buffet filled with mouth-watering Hawaiian dishes including Big Island clam-lemongrass soup, Hawaiian-style fish tacos with mahi mahi, whole kalua pork, huli huli chicken, beef hekka and grilled calamari with potato puree, to name a few examples. The charcuterie section features poke, lomilomi salmon, SPAM® musubi, potato mac salad and sesame cabbage salad.
The guest favorites? Kalua pork and Spam musubi! Oh, and the welcome cocktails.
Upon arrival, hosts and dancers dressed in hula-style dancers serve Mai Tais to welcome guests.
For a truly Hawaiian experience, there is also a show with hula dancers beginning at 9pm at Bar Bleu – to celebrate where we come from. This part is of great interest for guests who like seeing the show. The show is followed by a DJ so people can dance.
The Hawaiian nights are quite popular among guests. It is even already largely appreciated by Mauritian people too as a great place to be on Saturdays, as this is unique in Mauritius.
Hawaiian Nights takes place every Saturday 6:30-10 p.m. at Mercado in the Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort. Hips start gyrating with hula dancing taking place at the adjacent Bar Bleu beside the beach from 9 p.m.
The cost is MUR1850 (US$50) per adult; teenagers MUR1750 ($47 US); children 4-11 MUR 550 ($15 US); and free for children under 4. For further information and bookings, email [email protected] or call the food and beverage concierge: +230 623 5010.