La Marmite’s food is delicious and nutritious. I visited it before reading this review and now can confirm all the info in the review. I can’t wait to go back.
The place itself is small and friendly. Three of us shared both of the dishes depicted above, plus a lamb dish, for lunch a couple of Sundays ago. Portions were large and we could barely make it through.
The thiebou djeun came with a dollop of a delicousl homemade, tangy hot sauce made with a minced leafy green vegetable w/ which I am unfamiliar. I would buy that sauce by the pint if they’d sell it to me. As it was, they gave me a tiny container of it to go, which I thought was very nice of them.
Tip: you can get salad instead of rice for the dishes which are served w/ white rice. I don’t know if that’s the case for the thiebou djeun fish dish too, which is served with a special rice.]]>