Best roti in Toronto

Toronto can’t get enough roti. It’s become a staple on Toronto’s food scene, and for good reason! The delicious flatbread, filled with savoury goodness like curried chicken or bone-in goat, will make you want a second helping immediately afer you finish the last bite. Here are the best Caribbean rotis in Toronto.

Bacchus Roti

1
1376 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1L7

Located in Parkdale, Bacchus Roti Shop has been serving up delicious roti for years. Serving the Guyanese and Barbadian kind, the specialty here is vegetable rotis. Choose from fillings like green bean, chickpeas, mushrooms, squash or potato. You can also add lettuce, tomato or onions.

Monas Roti

2
4810 Sheppard Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1S 4N6

The atmosphere at Mona’s Roti is welcoming and cozy, and the roti has developed quite the following since the restaurant opened its doors 25 years ago. Owner Mona, an immigrant from Trinidad creates her Trinidadian rotis in house. The menu includes options like curry mango, tomato choka, curry goat, spinach, curry channa and more.

One Love Vegetarian

3
854 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5R 3G3

Every year, around autumn, the people of Toronto get a little crazy for pumpkin flavoured drinks and cuisine, and that’s when it’s One Love Vegetarian’s turn to showcase its delicious pumpkin roti! Known around the city for addictive and delicious roti their roti, you can choose between whole wheat, whole wheat Dahl Puri or traditional white to wrap the slow cooked and seasoned Jamaican pumpkin.

Roti Hut

4
351 Pitfield Rd, Scarborough, ON M1S 3E5

Scarborough’s go-to spot for roti is The Roti Hut. The menu is massive, offering options like jerk chicken, curry chicken, stewed beef, potato and channa, and when available, conch. The Roti Hut is open seven days a week.

Pam's Caribbean Kitchen

5
836 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6G 3M2

Pam’s Caribbean Kitchen serves up some of the best roti in the city, and it seems like everyone in the Dovercourt neighbourhood agrees! Always packed, the restaurant is renowned for its inventive combinations, allowing guests to mix and match any fillings they like. Try the okra and potato combination!

Indira’s Caribbean Spot

6
937 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1L8

Located in the East End, Indira’s Caribbean Spot stays true to its name, even though it’s located in the heart of Greek Town. The menu may be a little sparse, but the flavour more than makes up for it. Choose from chicken, beef, goat, shrimp or ital!

The Real Jerk

7
842 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1Y7

Known for its jerk chicken and appearance in Drake and Rihanna’s music video, The Real Jerk doesn’t mess around when it comes to roti. You can get it at both locations, and you can choose to make it a meal with a side of rice and peas and coleslaw. Try the goat roti, it’s a fan favourite!

Roti Roti Family Restaurant

8
979 Albion Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9V 1A6

A no-frills family restaurant, Roti Roti lives up to its name. Located in Etobicoke, the menu is simple and straightforward, offering all the classic roti fillings. The menu includes bone-in curried goat and chicken, curried duck, boneless jerk chicken, Tiger shrimp and more.

Simone Caribbean Restaurant

9
596 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1R1

Everything is made in-house by Simone herself, including her chicken roti, perfectly made with vegetables, tender chicken pieces, lentils and gravy. It is served with a side of potatoes and salad.

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