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Tahlou’s Starters:

Pate: Haitian patty puff filled with chicken, fish, or beef fillings.

Fritay Lakay: Exanita's Platter

This hearty meal is called Exanita’s Platter Fritay. This Fritay comes with akra (made from yautia taro root-grated with fine herbs & fried to a light crisp), fried green plantains (bannann peze), marinade (made from dumplings with fine herbs & fried to light crisp), sweet potatoes with chicken (fried chicken) and pikliz. 

Fritay Lakay: Maurice's Platter

This dish Maurice’s Platter Fritay is made with akra (made from yautia taro root-grated with fine herbs & fried to a light crisp), fried green plantains (bannann peze), marinade (made from dumplings with fine herbs & fried to light crisp), sweet potatoes and griot (Tender Chunks Fried Pork) served with pikliz.

Fritay Lakay: Macelucia's Platter

A perfect exotic taste of Haiti! Our Macelucia’s Platter Fritay is made with akra (made from yautia taro root-grated with fine herbs & fried to a light crisp), fried green plantains (bannann peze), marinade (made from dumplings with fine herbs & fried to light crisp), fried sweet potatoes and Kreyol Shrimp (Kreyol Shrimp-scrumptious shrimp stewed in Kreyol sauce) served with pikliz. 

Fritay Lakay: Silvien's Platter

This is a mouth-watering dish that is sure to please you and your guests. The Silvien’s Platter Fritay Taso Turkey is a delicious way to round out the meal. It includes akra (made from yautia taro root-grated with fine herbs & fried to a light crisp), fried green plantains (bannann peze), marinade (made from dumplings with fine herbs & fried to light crisp), sweet potatoes with Taso Turkey (Fried Turkey Sample) served with pikliz.  

 

Nelca's Lalo

Haitian Lalo is a popular dish made with meat and stewed okra. This dish is typically served with chicken, pork or beef. Haitian Lalo is typically served over white rice, but it can also be enjoyed on its own. Beef is the most common type of meat used in this dish; however, chicken and pork are also used quite frequently. The okra gives the Haitian Lalo a thick and stew-like consistency, which many people enjoy. If you’re looking for a hearty and filling meal, Nelca’s Lalo is a great option.

  • (Available in certain cities only)

Peepeen Vegetarian Lalo

One delicious way to enjoy Haitian cuisine is Peepeen’s Vegetarian Lalo made with stewed okra leaves. Okra is a nutrient-rich vegetable and when stewed with Haitian spices and unique ingredients, they make an absolutely delicious side dish or a main course. Whether you’re a vegetarian or simply looking to add more vegetables to your diet, our vegetarian lalo is a tasty option worth trying. 

  • (Available in certain cities only)

Sides Dishes:

Diri Kole (Rice and beans)
Diri Blan (White Rice)
Diri Djon Djon (Haitian Black Rice)

(Available in certain cities only)

Nelca's Desserts

Pain Patate (Sweet potato bread pudding)

Tablet Kokoye (Haitian Coconut Candy)

Bonbon Siwo (Haitian Gingerbread)

Haitian Ice Cream

(Available in certain cities only)

Cocktails:

 Figaro's Kremas
Rene's Original

Joanne Xperience Cocktail

Traditional Drinks & Beers

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