Thursday, 26 February 2015

Seychellois Food at Vinn Goute

I'm eating around the world without leaving London and this week it's Seychellois food from Vinn Goute. Vinn Goute is a catering company that sets up shop at several festivals, outdoor events and markets. ( Apparently they are trading at the Kerb markets) I caught them at the Battersea Power of Summer film festival last summer. (Yes, sorry, I pre-ate)

Vinn Goute means 'come and taste' and go and taste you should. The cheery stall sells wraps that are filled with a choice of Seychelles specialties. At larger markets such as the one at Southbank you can indulge in octopus coconut curry, Kreol fish stew, Seychelles vegetarian curry and Bourgeois snapper.

At smaller markets, like the one I went to in Battersea I could choose between spicy chilly meat ball wrap, exotic fish wrap and a tropikal chicken wrap. I went for the latter. This turned out to be a excellent albeit messy choice. My chicken wrap, which also contained onions, tomatoes and peppers, was so juicy, I had sauce dribbling down my chin.

The only bad thing I have to say about my Vinn Goute experience was that the wrap was too big, so I didn't have any space left to try the other dishes. All the more reason to track them down at one of the Kerb Markets.

If this post has made you hungry for a Seychelles wrap, check out where to find Vinn Goute at Kerb.


  1. It looks super yummy. I really don't ever think about Seychelle cuisine. I'd love to try it!

    1. If the wrap was anything to go by, their food is yummy.