Mauritius Became Well-Known In Canada Due To Its Alouda And Fried Noodle

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Late in January 2016, Mauritius was in honor during the Winter Festival of Brandon located in the province of Manitoba in Western Canada.
Despite temperatures below zero and heavy snow, the cultural festival hosted dancers of “Sega Tipik” that made the frontpage of a local newspaper, The Brandon Sun.

A Mauritian group called Island Vibe based locally  has managed to place Mauritius Island at the center of the crowd.
The gourmet menu especially prepared with the likes of Farata and fried noodle, without forgetting the favorite drink of Mauritians, alouda has inevitably helped to raise awareness of Mauritius in Canada.

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