Along Dr Ferriere Street right in the heart of Rose Hill, you will find a cute bistro, Miss Daisy Bistrot, owned by a lady named Jessica and her husband where you can stop for coffee, brunch, lunch and a place where you can book for your private events.
Let’s start with the word ‘Bistro’, for those who don’t know, it means a small and inexpensive restaurant.
We ordered the grilled Dorado fish fillet served with salad, tartar sauce and a choice of either French fries or vegetable gratin (priced at MUR 210). Of course, I went for the unhealthy one, French fries, who can say no to patata fritas! I’ve really enjoyed my meal and the fish was perfectly grilled and super tasty. This is definitely that one dish that will keep me going back to Miss Daisy Bistrot whenever I have cravings for grilled fish.
My friend ordered the Chicken Panini with sun-dried tomatoes and sauce (I don’t remember the menu name – priced at MUR 150). This was served with potato wafers (crisps) and salad. We didn’t like the Panini, it had a rather bland taste.
The drink menu consists of hot beverages, soft drinks and mock-tails. We went for the signature mock-tail which was perfect for the hot weather. The food presentation was really good.
Miss Daisy Bistrot is one of the trendiest hot-spots in Rose Hill. The restaurant and toilet were clean and well maintained. The interior is divided in two sections: a lounge area with sofas, cute throw pillows, tables and decorative items, the counter is in the middle and the main eating area is at the back with an open terrace and outdoor garden.
I would definitely advise you to book in advance as this place gets really packed during lunch-time.
Overall, I had a delightful eating experience at Miss Daisy Bistrot. I would rate it 8 out of 10.
Address and details
Miss Daisy Bistrot
Dr Ferrière Street, Rose Hill
Tel : 465 3128
Opening hours : 10 am – 4 pm (Monday to Saturday)
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