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Restaurants mahiya

Indian restaurant. Open six evenings a week.

''Discovery menu'' included in the half-board package.

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  • Dinner : 07:00 pm to 10:00 pm - A la Carte

Attire :

Smart casual (shorts, Bermuda shorts, beachwear or sportswear are not allowed)

Even before crossing the threshold, guests will find themselves transported in another era at the heart of an Indian palace.

The roof is crowned by two delicately chiseled domes which infuse an instant sense of opulence. The rich interior is painted with warm shades enhanced by muted lighting.

Floor-to-ceiling bay windows opening onto the exteriors are framed with fine woodworks and connect onto the private open-air terrace lined with ponds to dine beneath the stars.

No effort was spared to provide guests' with an unforgettable experience when dining at this restaurant.

Upon arrival, women are offered the bindi, a traditional jewel which is placed on the forehead as part of the Indian tradition. 

Meals are served in traditional Indian copper dishes which complement the golden glasses.

Guests will be delighted to dine to the sound of the cithara while indulging themselves with traditional Indian dishes created by the Indian chef.

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  • Mahiya - Trou aux Biches Resort & Spa - Restaurant - Dining Mahiya - Trou aux Biches Resort & Spa - Restaurant - Dining