Chef Momo is back at The Dep with more traditional African favourites! Not to be missed!
A popular street food, these are tasty savoury fritters of cod fish, shallot, tomatoes, and peppers, served with “Mom’s Sauce”, a spicy homemade hot sauce made with peppers, lemon, ginger, garlic & tomatoes.
Yassa au Poulet $14
Yassa is a spicy chicken dish originally from the Casamance region in the south of Senegal, but has become a popular dish throughout West Africa. Chicken is marinated in a mix of onion, lemon and spices, grilled or fried, and then slow-cooked in a sauce made with lots of onions. Depending on the cook and the region., sometimes peppers, carrots and/or olives are also added. Served with white rice
A traditional Congolese vegetable stew of red & white beans, onions, garlic, turmeric, bay leaves & herbs, served with white rice. #vegan
Combo Plate: Yassa + Madesu + rice $16
Gâteau au Yaourt $5
A classic, moist French-style yogurt cake with apple and cinnamon.
Prix Fixe $25
Accra + Combo Plate + Gâteau
Chef Momo (Monique) is a foodie with a passion to make people happy through her cuisine. She left her native Congo to study in Europe and has since embraced Spanish, French and Italian cultures and cuisines along with her African heritage. A newcomer in Canada, Monique wants to showcase her talent and share her favourite dishes with her fellow Torontonians.
Every Thursday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.