Flic-en-Flac offers a lively atmosphere both during day and night. Visitors can try the delicious street food during the day, such as the "DhalPuri", which is a flat multi-layered thin nan-bread-like made essentially with flour, yellow split peas, salt and water with some flavoursome curry and sauces wrapped in. Other famous food that visitors can experience is also the fried noodles with Mauritian meatballs, also another famous dish among the locals. In saying that, visitors from other countries may not be used to the water and local food, so extreme cautious is to be observed in order to avoid any food poisoning or stomach sickness.On the weekend, a lot of locals go to the beach to spend the day with their families and friends, which is a source of entertainment in itself as some of the locals tend to sing and dance to the typical Sega music, music that is mostly played with guitars and "ravannes", a lookalike of the "Bodhrán", but played differently and with hands.The nightlife is very vibrant as a lot of locals and tourists tend to go out to the nightclubs and restaurants to enjoy the night and meet people. All in all, Flic-en-Flac provides an all-round experience, except for the beautiful white sandy beach that has a fair bit of corals and sea urchins.