AQUACASIA
AQUACASIA
Indian Ocean Eatery
Willibald Reinbacher His Aquacasian cuisine brings together both celebrated and inspired dishes from Comoros, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Reunion, Indonesia and Western Australia. Having a deep, respectful, and loving relationship with nature has always been a part of me, something that has defined me and nurtured my passion. I grew up in a small village in Austria and was surrounded by nature. We had no television or playroom; there was no community centre or playground. When we wanted to play, we went outside and played with sticks and stones, and let our imaginations be our guide. 

Willibald Reinbacher

His Aquacasian cuisine brings together both celebrated and inspired dishes from Comoros, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Reunion, Indonesia and Western Australia.

Having a deep, respectful, and loving relationship with nature has always been a part of me, something that has defined me and nurtured my passion. I grew up in a small village in Austria and was surrounded by nature. We had no television or playroom; there was no community centre or playground. When we wanted to play, we went outside and played with sticks and stones, and let our imaginations be our guide. 

I am driven by not knowing and the urge to find out, and I am aware that adventure awaits me and that discovery follows as a reward. After my years of travel, I began to realize what a precious and beautiful gift I carried within me. Some might argue that they live in a concrete jungle and do not have the luxury of natural surroundings. My interpretation of nature is not necessarily a rainforest in the Amazon or the vastness of the Canadian wilderness. It can be anything and everything. The key is to look (and possibly taste), embrace, learn and sometimes simply to let go.   So, go out and play!

I am driven by not knowing and the urge to find out, and I am aware that adventure awaits me and that discovery follows as a reward. After my years of travel, I began to realize what a precious and beautiful gift I carried within me.

Some might argue that they live in a concrete jungle and do not have the luxury of natural surroundings. My interpretation of nature is not necessarily a rainforest in the Amazon or the vastness of the Canadian wilderness. It can be anything and everything. The key is to look (and possibly taste), embrace, learn and sometimes simply to let go.

 

So, go out and play!