By popular demand, Chef Vanesha Khadaroo is bringing back more of her authentic Mauritian food — a flavourful fusion of East Indian, African and Chinese influences with distinctive French and English twists — for another fun Drop-In Dinner.
Tonight is also the official kick off an exciting new collaboration between La Marmite Mauricienne (The Mauritian Pot) and The Depanneur. Starting Sept 18, Vanesha will be offering a rotating selection of Mauritian dishes for lunch between 11am—2pm on Thursdays & Fridays, to eat-in or take out.
Come by tonight for some FREE SAMPLES of Vanesha’s signature Mauritian baguette sandwiches like Fish Vindaye and Achard Lichou, and find out more about her new lunch program.
A savoury Mauritian beignet made with besan (chickpea) flour mixed with finely chopped vegetables, green onions and spices, fried until golden and crispy. Served with spicy coriander chutney.
Dhall Pita & Rougaille
A tender homemade pasta-like dough cut into pieces and simmered with yellow split peas and delicate spices, served with rougaille (tomatoes cooked with spices & ginger) and a spicy & tangy coconut chutney.
Appalam et Sagoo
Tender tapioca pudding cooked with cinnamon, coconut, almond and cane sugar, and served with crispy papadams.
A rich, sweet tropical milkshake with vanilla, basil seeds, agar jelly and condensed milk
(prices include tax)
(#vegan and #gluten-free options)
Every Friday The Depanneur invites a different guest chef – amateur or professional – to come down and cook their favourite dishes.
Learn more about Drop-In Dinners at The Depanneur.