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Plat du Jour: Capitaine zoum zoum

Capitaine zoum zoum

Capitaine zoum zoum


Capitaine zoum zoum (FCFA3,900/EUR5.95), Omelette de pomme de terre (FCFA1,800/EUR2.75), Riz Blanc (FCFA700/EUR1.10)

Dish: Capitaine Fish in tomato sauce, Omelette potato and plain rice
Venue: Restaurant Bol de Jade (Vietnamese Restaurant)
Location: Quartier de fleuve, (next to DHL Courier’s office) Bamako

mamadou 

6 responses to “Plat du Jour: Capitaine zoum zoum

  1. mamadou September 3, 2008 at 1:38 pm

    Assalamu’alaikum Rizal

    Wishing you Happy Ramadhan too. I was in Bamako, Mali in West Africa. When out in foreign land, we always missed something that we usually had but did not bother aout it until we miised it. Aaaaah thats the life of the travellers. Travelling let us meet and find the reality of life.

    Thanks for your visit and a good word

  2. RIZAL September 2, 2008 at 5:18 pm

    salam bro mamadou,

    selamat berpuasa (bro kat negara mana sekarang ni?) . I’ve a friend currently working in Congo Brazaville, dia cakap rindu betul nak makan makanan kampung (dia orang kajang).

    RIZAL

  3. mamadou September 1, 2008 at 11:02 pm

    Aalaikum Salam saudara Ku Keng

    Didoakan juga agar umat Islam berpuasa dan menghayati ibadah puasa dengan tekun. Ameen

  4. ku keng August 31, 2008 at 9:29 am

    Assalamualaikum,

    Ramadhan Karim. Semoga ibadah kali ini lebih meningkat dan semoga kerahmatan meliputi umat Muslim sejagat

  5. mamadou August 27, 2008 at 11:16 pm

    Assalamu’alaikum Fauziah

    “Brahim” also did save me in a few occasion as eventhough I used to African food, sometimes your urge to get our tasty food made our stomach reject it. When you not used to their oily and sour dishes because having a lot of tomato puree your body system reject it. Travellers always carefull and try to avoid food poisoning.
    Thank you

  6. Fauziah Ismail August 27, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    Salam Mamadou
    Somehow I could not stomach the food when I was in Uganda although the guide who took us the restaurant told us it was the best in the city.
    I ended up eating a heavy meal for breakfast, skipped lunch and make my own dinner of bread or rice (ordering from room service) and Brahim’s curries (one of the rare times I bring food ration from home).

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