PappaRoti is officially bringing its Malaysian coffee buns to Montreal

Feb 24 2017, 6:01 am

The national expansion of PappaRoti continues, and this time, into Montreal.

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The Malaysian coffee bun chain has announced its first Quebec location will be opening Spring 2017. The new store will be located at 370 Saint-Catherine Street West, a prime location with heavy foot traffic in Downtown Montreal.

PappaRoti is know for its freshly-baked South East Asian roti buns, AKA “the father of all buns” made from a family recipe. These buns are warm and moist with salted butter on the inside, and coated with a coffee/caramel-flavoured crunchy goodness on the outside. Some patrons choose to add fruit, whipped cream, ice cream, and chocolate sauce to take their buns to the next level.

The chain had humble beginnings opening a single store in Malaysia in 2003. Today, PappaRoti has over 400 stores and kiosks worldwide in Asia, Australia, England, North America, and the Middle East.

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After announcing soon-to-be-open locations in Brampton and Vancouver, it’s clear that Canadians cannot get enough of PappaRoti’s buns, gourmet coffees and teas, and warm welcoming atmosphere.


Address: 370 Saint-Catherine Street West
Instagram: @papparoticanada

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