Located just South of Bloor, Roti Palace does what the name says it does- makes roti and other Caribbean dishes at good prices. The interior is bright and has room for a few diners, with a big front window it makes a nice place to enjoy some home-cooking on a cold winter day. An Annex fixture for over 25 years.more...
Think your friends might be familiar with this merchant? Ask your friends on Facebook to see what they think.
How would you rate this business?
The following reviews may be bilingual
1 rating & 1 review
March 16, 2012
Favourite Trinidadian Roti House
Some years ago I compiled a list from the Internet of well over a hundred Caribbean (West Indian) restaurants and take-outs, and used to keep it in my car. One day, my wife and I were on the west side of the City, and fancied some roti.
I looked down my list, and the first one I found in the general area was Caribbean Roti Palace: about 250 metres south of Honest Ed's on the west side of Bathurst Street. Most roti shops tend to be pretty mediocre, and my past favourites had retired, so I wanted to try a new place.
We made our way there and ordered both chicken and vegetarian rotis, and took them home. Were we pleased we'd tried this particular take-out - you can eat in, but it's not a great place to dine.
The chicken rotis were at least equal to any we'd had previously, but the vegetarian ones were way superior to anything we'd had before.
We've had rotis from across the GTA, and are aware of some of the general favourite Roti Shops that everyone recommends as the best, but these people make the best veggie ones we've ever tried. They make their own roti shells (Dhal Puri's) as they are needed, on the premises. The vegetarian roti's can include potato, chick peas, spinach, pumpkin and egg plant.
And - as some young people say - they're to die for!
Try them. If you like your rotis, you'll not be disappointed.
Note that we now live in Scarborough, but go all the way to CRP whenever we need our Roti fix! Also, the family order from there when we get together.
West Indian roti stars at this mom-and-pop shop in the Annex, offered in normal and mini sizes for any intensity of craving. This is one of those old school spots (it’s been serving up steaming roti since the 80s) that makes you love the intricacies of local culture – patrons are requested, for example, to write their order down on a napkin. Impeccably spiced boneless goat, shrimp and chicken roti are all south of 10 bucks (minis around $4), and squash, spinach or eggplant roti provides substantial variation for vegetarians. Spicy doubles and Trini sodas round off the sumptuous menu.
Where else can you get massive servings of delicious, piping hot roti for less than it costs to go to the movies? Albert’s, that’s where. Albert Wiggins has been running this shop since the ‘80s, giving Torontonians a home for genuine, native roti. The Curry Goat Roti is famous.
Discover YP Dine! Your next great dining experience is just a tap away.
Thanks for bringing this review to our attention.
The Yellow Pages Guidelines describes the type of content which is not appropriate on the site. We may remove content that we consider to be offensive or otherwise in breach of these guidelines. Please help us respond more quickly by choosing how this content may be inappropriate.
Thanks for your help
The review has been reported to our moderators and will undergo a review process.