BON APPETIT HAITIAN RESTAURANT INDIANAPOLIS

While Haitian cuisine is Creole, it originates from a blend of several culinary styles that populated the western portion of the island of Hispaniola, namely the African, French, indigenous Taíno, Spanish and Arab. Bon Appetit will take you on a trip to Haiti with one bite. Whether you come to the restaurant, order for pickup or delivery, you are guaranteed an unforgettable dining experience!

FRESH INGREDIENTS

Part of the secret to cooking Haitian food is using fresh ingredients. Bon Appetit uses only fresh ingredients to get the most flavor possible.

DELICIOUS FOOD

Bon Appetit’s cooking is so delicious! It makes you just want to attack the food. What’s the rush?  Take it easy. Enjoy! There is no lack of food, more reason to savor it and order more. RIGHT?

FRIENDLY STAFF

One thing about Haitians they love sharing their culture and cuisine. Our staff will make you feel right at home if you come to the restaurant. If you are ordering online, feel free to call us if you need help with the menu.

HYGIENE & CLEANLINESS

The entire Bon Appetit facility is kept spotlessly clean. Eating areas are wiped clean frequently.
We follow Indiana State and CDC guidelines. Guidance for customers on reducing the risk of spreading COVID-19 when dining at a restaurant can be found here.

For Lunch & Dinner EVERYDAY

See MENU & Order Online
Table Reservation

Haitian Pate Kreyol ak Bef: $5

Creole Beef Patti Single.

Kabrit Nan Sos-Stewed Goat$16

All-natural stewed goat. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

Vegetarian Plate: $15

Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

Legim ak bef: $16

Stewed vegetables with Beef. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

RECOMMENDED

Taso Kabrit – Fried Goat

All-natural goat tidbits, fried and served with spicy dipping sauce. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce. $16

Prestige – Haitian Beer

Prestige is an American-style lager, brewed using the finest ingredients. Utilizing natural and citrus hops, two-row malt, quality yeast, and crystal pure water, the end product is a deliciously refreshing. $3

Poisson Nan Sos – Red Snapper

A tasty, succulent fresh red snapper fish well-seasoned and marinated in a blend of organic herbs and spices. Comes with rice and black beans sauce. $20.00, $25.00, $30.00

MENU RESTAURANT

1. Salad avek Zaboka – Salad with avocado $10

Fresh crisp lettuce with cucumbers, avocado, tomato salad with onions, topped with house dressing.

2. Salad ak poul ak Zaboka - Chicken Salad with Avocado: $12

Fresh crisp lettuce with cucumbers, tomatoes, avokan and tomato salad with onions, topped with house dressing

3. Salad Lakay - House Salad: $10

Fresh crisp lettuce with cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions.

4. Salad Lakay avek Poul - House Chicken Salad: $12

Chicken, fresh crisp lettuce with cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions.

1. Haitian Pate Kreyol ak Bef : $5

Creole Beef Patti Single.

2. Haitian Pate Kreyol ak Poul: $5

Creole chicken Patties Single.

3. Haitian Pate ak Mori: $5

Salted smoked herring Patties Single.

4. Haitian Pate Kreyol avek Ze Bouyi : $5

Creole Boiled Egg Patties Single.

5. Banan Peze: $5

Lightly salted, twice fried plantain slices.

6. Accra (Fritters): $5

A delicious blend of fresh organic herbs and spices smashed up and lightly tossed in flour and fried to a golden-brown crisp.

1. Turkey Kreyol: $16

Bits of turkey portions marinated, seasoned, and deep fried to a golden-brown tender, crisp and juicy taste. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

2. Legim Lalo –Jute Leaves Legume: $16

Comes with white rice and black beans sauce

3. Legim ak bef: $16

Stewed vegetables with Beef. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

4. Legim ak Kabrit: $16

Stewed vegetables with Goat. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce

5. Fufu: $16

Slightly sour, spongy dough made from boiled and pounded starchy food crops like plantains, cassava and yams

6. Poisson Nan Sos - Red Snapper: $25.00, $25.00, $30.00

A tasty, succulent fresh red snapper fish well-seasoned and marinated in a blend of organic herbs and spices. Comes with rice and black beans sauce.

7. Beef Rib 2 Halves: $25

Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

8. Poul Nan Sos – Chicken in Creole Sauce: $16

Flavorful pieces of chicken leg and thigh, prepared in a marinade of organic herbs and creole seasons. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

9. Kabrit Nan Sos - Stewed Goat: $16

All-natural stewed goat. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

10. Taso Kabrit - Fried Goat: $16

All-natural goat tidbits, fried and served with spicy dipping sauce. Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

11. Taso Kabrit Fried Goat Platter: Party Platter $60, Party Platter Large $80, Party Platter Big Mouth $150, Party Platter Supreme $200

All-natural goat tidbits, fried and served with spicy dipping sauce.

12. Kabrit Kalalou: Stewed goat and okra: $16

Comes with white rice and black beans sauce

13. Bef Kalalou: Stewed Beef and okra: $16

Comes with white rice and black beans sauce.

14. Vegetarian Plate : $15

Comes with white rice and black beans sauce

1. Diri Blan - Side of White Rice : $5

Delicious Haitian White Rice.

2. Sos Pwa Nwa: $5

Side Order of Black Beans Sauce.

3. Banan Peze: $5

Side Order of Lightly salted, twice fried plantain slices.

4. Legim Lalo: $8

Side Order of Jute Leaves Legume.

5. Legim Bef: $7

Side Order of Stewed vegetables with Beef

6. Legim Kabrit: $7

Side Order of Stewed vegetables with Goat.

7. Accra (Fritters): $5

A delicious blend of fresh organic herbs and spices smashed up and lightly tossed in flour and fried to a golden-brown crisp.

8. Kabrit Kalalou: $8

Stewed goat and okra.

9. Burgers: $6.50

10. Fish Sandwich: $8

1. Bottled Water: $1

2. Cola Couronne-Fruit Soda: $2

3. Haitian Cola Couronne-Fruit Soda: $2

4. Sport Shake Vanilla: $3

5. Sport Shake Chocolate: $3

For over 40 years, athletes have chosen Sport Shake for its delicious taste Made from real milk, not powders - so it’s creamy, not chalky.

6. Case of Strawberry Sport Shake (24): $60

7. Case of Banana Sport Shake (24): $60

8. Case of Vanilla Sport Shake (24): $60

9. Sprite: $1.50

10. Mistic Juice: $2.50

11. Splash Fruit Sodauice: $2.50

12. Watermelon Soda: $2:50

13. Toro Energy Drink: $3

14. Monster Energy Drink: $3

15. Vita Malt: $2.50

16. Prestige Haitian Beer: $3

17. Ragaman Energy Drink: $3

Introducing the very first Haitian Restaurant in Indianapolis. Congratulations to the tireless Master Chef Mikerson Joseph and his staff for officially bringing Haitian Cuisine to this great city. Please go out and support! Tell them HAI send you, maybe you'll get a discount

"BON APPETIT" friendsHaitian Association of Indiana

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CONTACT BON APPETIT HAITIAN RESTAURANT

ADDRESS

4730 Century Plaza Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46254

OPENING HOURS

Sunday – Thursday 11:00AM-10:30PM
Friday 11:00AM-6:00PM
Saturday – Closed

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