The very best roti in Vancouver

The roti transcends nationality and culture, turning up in Indian, West Indies and South Asian cuisines. There are many ways to prepare it, but usually it’s a thin flatbread wrapped around a meat or vegetable-based filling. Check out these places in Vancouver for the very best roti! [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Indian Roti Kitchen

As the name suggests, roti is the specialty here. With plenty of vegetarian options and a range of spice levels, you’ll find whatever you’re craving. Located on Cambie Street, Indian Roti Kitchen has limited seating, but if it's busy, take your roti to-go and chow down in a nearby park or the comfort of your own home.

D Roti Shak Restaurant Ltd

808 Twelfth St, New Westminster, BC V3M 4K1

Take a mini vacation to the Caribbean when you step through the doors of this casual and bright restaurant in New Westminster. Their authentic Trinidadian food is fresh and spiced perfectly. The roti and curries are available in chicken, lamb and goat, and taste great with a Caribbean beer.

East is East

4433 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3R2

East Is East fuses multiple cultural traditions into one seamless experience. Both the Kitsilano and Main Street locations have a sublime selection of vegetarian roti, and the meat options include lamb, chicken and salmon.

Banana Leaf

1043 Davie St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1M5

Roti canai is Indian-influenced flatbread found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia – and at any of Banana Leaf’s five locations. Usually served on the side, the perfect Malaysian-style roti is fluffy on the inside but crisp and flaky on the outside.

House Of Dosas

1391 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5V 3E3

While best known for their delicious dosas – a fermented crepe made with rice and black lentil batter – House of Dosas has a great Southeast Asian-style roti too, available as a side dish. It might even outshine the dosas, but you can be the judge of that.

Sula Indian Restaurant

4172 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P7

Do not miss out on The Reef’s Caribbean-style roti, stuffed with one of their delicious curries or fiery jerk chicken. The rotis are as spicy and fun as the atmosphere at these Main Street and Commercial Drive restaurants. Enjoy with a delicious rum cocktail on either one of their heated patios.

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