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The DCP (Dispositif de Concentration de Poisson) is ideally found in the Reunion island in Saint Gilles. It is a seafood restaurant which provides excellent meals including raw thon, sushi and carpaccio. It also serves alcoholic drinks and provides special services for handicaps people. You may eat on the spot itself or take away your lunch or dinner. It is open 7 times a week at noon to 2:30 PM and 6:30 PM to 11 PM.
Menu of the restaurant dispositive de concentration de poisons.
Sushi and makis
The sushi comes in different portions, 6 pieces, 12 pieces or 18 pieces. They varies from different prices. Sushi are homemade with fresh fishes, mostly marlin and thon. It is accompanied with soya sauce, gingers slice and wasabi. The 12 and the 18 sushi platters are accompanied with mashed carrots, basmati rice and salads.
Les Cassolettes are served accompanied with mash carrots, rice, salads. It is made with fresh fish including the espadon, thon and dorage. However, it depends on the catch of the day.
Calamars aux epice
The calamars aux epice is known as the spicy squid in English. The spicy squid is a copious meal consisting of squids and a mixture of different types of spices.
The fish soup is a dish prepare with fish and other ingredient such as water, coriander leaves and chilli (optional). The fish soup is served with an accompaniment of grated cheese and small crispy breads. It is served only from May to October.
Raw thon steak
The raw thon steak is one of the most served meals in the restaurant of DCP. 300g of raw thon is served with toppings including the Thai sauce and the soya sauce
Le classique DCP- it is a platter with two or three fishes cut into pieces and served with sauce.
Le provencal- a dish made with tomato and basil leaves.
Both are accompanied with mash carrots, basmati rice and salads.
The DCP restaurants offers drinks such as edena, elena, cilaos (75 cl) Perrier, coca zero, san pelligrino, orangina, coca cola, seven up and ice tea
Beer – phoenix fresh (33 cl) and phoenix panache (33cl)