Picture of the Day: the Monegasque barbaguian


When I’m asked what sort of typical dishes one can eat in Monaco, the barbaguian is the first thing that springs to mind! This delicious snack is made out of a very light pastry stuffed with a mix of Swiss chard (blettes in French, a kind of spinach), then fried until golden brown. The origin is of course under debate between the local villages but the general consensus is that it’s mainly a speciality from Monaco… You can find them in the market at the Place d’Armes and in the A Roca stores amongst others but generally the best ones are to be found at the Bar Américain of the Hotel de Paris or at the Café de Paris, bon appétit!

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