Chef Momo is back at The Dep after her wildly successful debut, with another fabulous menu of delicious Congolese specialities.
Gumbo: A spicy stew home-style stew of beef, okra and carrots, served with golden rice. Gumbo is the Congolese name for okra, and it is African dishes like this that are the roots of the Cajun and Creole gumbos of the American South. #GF
Mbweni: a beautiful composed plate of black eyed peas, colourful peppers, and sautéed onions & leeks that is very popular in both Congo and Angola. #vegan #GF
$9 Add golden rice +$2
Tangawisi: a popular beverage in Congo made with pineapple, ginger and mint
Mikate: Congolese sweet banana doughnuts
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 Friday 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.