Returning to the Dep by popular demand, Chef Vanesha Khadaroo has assembled another excellent menu of Mauritian street food.
Mauritius, a small island nestled in the Indian Ocean, is a melting pot of global cultures and traditions. Its long history has seen people from different parts of the world migrating to the island, each contributing new ingredients and techniques. It’s no wonder that Mauritian dishes feature flavourful fusions of East Indian, African and Chinese influences with French and English interpretations. Their spicy and colourful street food is some of the best in the world.
Gato piment – Yellow split beans beignets (savoury donuts) served with coriander chutney
Gato lichou – badia style curried cabbage in fried up in a crispy besan (chickpea) batter
(2 of each) $5
Lamb Shank Haleem (soup)
Slow-cooked braised lamb and lentils served with garlic/hot sauce and baguette.
#vegan option available
Mauritian Masala Curry
with rice or paratha flatbread, sauteed pumpkin and a Mauritian salad of lettuce, cucumber, garlic and red chilis
Goat $14, chicken $12 -or- jackfruit $10 (vegan)
Appalam et sagoo
Creamy sweet tapioca pudding with cinnamon, coconut, almond and cane sugar, served with crispy papadum
Homemade lime & lemongrass lemonade
Chef Vanesha Nuckchaddee-Khadaroo is the founder of La Marmite Mauricienne (Mauritian Pot), a catering company serving uniquely delicious Mauritian cuisine across the GTA.
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