We’re excited to have Chef Vanesha Khadaroo back at The Dep with a festive menu of authentic Mauritian holiday dishes.
Gato Piment – yellow split peas with herbs, cumin and dried chillies, fried into delicious crispy fritters, served with our famous Sauce Illoise (spicy lemon sauce)
4 for $3
Sauce Rouge Crevette – jumbo shrimp in a flavourful spiced tomato sauce enriched with shrimp stock $15
Mauritian Masala – big, juicy chunks of boneless chicken breast and potatoes in authentic Mauritian curry gravy $12
Cauliflower and potato masala curry (#vegetarian) $10
Mix ‘n’ Match if you like! Served with Riz Imperial, a buttery fried rice with green peas and shallots, and a tropical mango/green papaya salad.
Fenousse – for this famous Mauritian dessert, whole milk is cooked down into a kind of sweet ricotta cheese with saffron, cinnamon, cardamom, fennel, almonds and sultanas; a real holiday treat $7
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.
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.