NEW! Street Food Sunday Pop Up – March 23 & 30
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 many different parts of the world migrating to the island, each contributing new ingredients and techniques. The result is a vibrant street food culture that offers a flavourful fusion of East Indian, African and Chinese influences with distinctive French and English twists.
In celebration of Mauritius Independence Day (March 12), Chef Vanesha Khadaroo is proud to showcase her tradition-inspired, authentic island street food at The Depanneur as part of an exciting new addition to our lineup.
Gato piment – Yellow split beans beignets (savoury donuts)
Mauritian samoussas – Tasty pastry bundles stuffed with spiced vegetables
served with homemade coriander chutney
2 for $2
Baguette – Classic street food sandwiches; your choice of:
Fish Vindaye – kingfish with mustard seeds, onions & spices
Salade Ourite – Tangy octopus salad
Achard Lichou – A mix of fresh green bean, cabbage and carrots in a tart dressing (v)
Soft Mauritian bun stuffed with spiced chicken or beef, and served with tangy mayo and hot sauce
A long-simmered soup of goat meat braised with lentils and spices. Served with a piece of baguette, garlic sauce and hot sauce.
Mauritian-Style Fried Noodle (v)
A bowl of fresh noodles stir-fried with mixed vegetables and chicken (optional), dark mushroom soy and garlic sauces.
Roti Maraaz (v)
Thin, homemade roti flatbreads filled with a combination vegetarian curries: gos pois masala (lima beans), pumpkin and rougaille (spiced tomato sauce)
2 for $7
Napolitaine – frosted shortbread
Poutou – rice flour cake
Tarte a la Banane – banana tart
Alooda – a rich, sweet tropical milkshake with vanilla, basil seeds, agar jelly and condensed milk
Take-home Condiment Jars
Tropical mix achard – tangy veggie pickle
La sauce illoise – lemon chutney
Takkar – tamarind sauce
(prices include tax)
(vegetarian and gluten-free options)