Monday, 9 March 2015

Déjeuner antillais

Banan'îles marché Porchefontaine market Versailles
You always get a warm welcome at Banan'îles (Banana Isles) and some pretty good French Caribbean food (and ti'punch) too! These pics were taken at the Saturday morning outdoor market in Porchefontaine neighbourhood though Banan'îles can also be found at Notre-Dame market! VDP's lunch was delicious: accras de morue (little cod beignets or fritters), spicy Caribbean style cassoulet and scrumptious no less spicy green mango salad!

On est toujours accueilli avec le sourire chez Banan'îles et c'est bon ! VDP a dégusté avec délice des accras de morue, du cassoulet antillais et de la salade de mangue verte bien épicée ! Ces photos ont été prises au marché du samedi matin à Porchefontaine mais Banan'îles se trouve également au marché Notre-Dame !
Banan'îles marché Porchefontaine market Versailles
Banan'îles acras morue cassoulet antillais

30 comments:

William Kendall said...

Mango salad sounds tempting!

Geoff Wilkinson said...

That all looks fabulous, the Caribbean cassoulet in particular...

Michelle said...

It all looks good to me!

RedPat said...

Wish I was there, Ciel! It looks great!

Randy said...

Looks like some tasty food.

Kate said...

Caribbean food would win me over!

Jack said...

VP is showing chocolate and now you are showing Caribbean food. I have gained five pounds just looking at the photos.

Bob Crowe said...

That top picture needs a radiation warning and the second has a beautiful graphical sense.

Cod fritters? Are we talking fish and chips?

Stuart said...

Yum. Gimme some cassoulet !

Karl Demetz said...

Aha, da hat es sich jemand mal gut gehen lassen ! :-)

llandudnopictures said...

Now that does look very tasty!

Josette T said...

Une fois à Porchefontaine on a dîner chez Zin's tu connais ?

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

His smiled is beautiful, it lights the room. Lunch looks delicious

Dina said...

Such inviting pictures.

Alain said...

J'aime bien la couleur des boissons. Cela fait envie.

Halcyon said...

Sunshine on a plate!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I think you made a scrummy choice for lunch Ciel, there will be people all over the world drooling over this image :)

Sharon Anck said...

Weekends are great for trying all kinds of international food. Sounds like you found the perfect spot to do just that.

Small City Scenes said...

Does sound scrumptious!!
MB

VP said...

I am glad to see that we both share gastronomic posts today...

Birdman said...

I take it was chilly that day. Caribbean food in winter. Different.

Tahiti Daily Photo said...

C'est cool de montrer aussi ça de Versailles !

Bergson said...

j'aimerais bien décourir tous ces bocaux
quelles belles couleurs

Tanya Breese said...

mmm sounds good and they look like nice friendly people as well!

Kay said...

I think I envy your lunch.

Sunnybrook Farm said...

That reminds me of what we had at the Haitian restaurant that was here several years ago, so good!

Denton Harryman said...

love the smiles

EG CameraGirl said...

MMMmmmm! But my tongue is burning hot. :))

LuiZ FernandoS said...

Is that 'banana jam' in the last photo? Is it good? I never heard of it.

Lois said...

This looks good too! Good thing I just finished my dinner or I would be very hungry looking at all this food.