My Roti Place’s first-ever licensed location just opened in Parkdale, and it has brought the most phenomenal flavours along for the ride.
And yes, you read that right—this location is licensed. So not only are the dishes bursting with bright, bold and spicy flavours, but the drinks are too.
These are just a few of the unreal options that are available to you at MRP. The concept is build-your-own roti, so while the spot’s flavours are traditional, you get to take the reigns on your own adventure.
And there are plenty of delicious options for vegans and meat-eaters alike.
If you’re going for a starter, it’s got to be the Damn Dirty Chips.
Street-food inspired Indian chips are smothered in chickpeas, red onion, and spiced yogurt, resulting in a crunchy, creamy, eat-’em-with-your-hands masterpiece.
And speaking of eat-’em-with-your-hands, that’s what we’d recommend you do with the Honey Garlic Cauliflower.
This is Chef KK’s signature dish, and he has tapped into something special here. Oftentimes, cauliflower wings can end up a little soggy and… a little less-than. Not these. Crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, these babies are a must-try.
And they pair perfectly with the spicy-yet-refreshing Agni Challenge. This drink is made with four different types of hot peppers, but the spice is balanced out by refreshing citrus. It’s fiery and refreshing, all at once.
The Agni also works beautifully alongside a bowl of decadent, creamy, ever-so-slightly-sweet Butter Paneer Poutine.
Sometimes poutine fries can get soggy, but these ones? Nope. Crisp as crisp can be. And smothered in all the good stuff.
A classic Butter Chicken Roti is ooey gooey indulgence, and a Stolen Margarita brightens up what’s normally considered to be a very comfort-foodie dish.
And while My Roti Place is obviously known for their, um, roti, you’d be wise to try the biryani too.
Made with basmati rice, mint, caramelized onions, saffron, spices and ghee, this “Indian rice casserole” will make your mouth water. Go all-out with the lamb option, and if you know a thing or two, you’ll choose cucumber yogurt as a side.
Back to the roti: Spinach and paneer are perfectly paired with the Adult Mango Lassi. The rum adds depth and the mango offers a creaminess, coming together to create liquid sunshine.
And if you’re not into the meat-or-dairy-scene, don’t fear. There are a wide variety of vegan options available, ranging from curries to Potato Roti, Tofu Mutter and Chana Masala.
And if there’s one thing you must save room for, it’s the (virgin) Mango Lassi. Made fresh in-house with mango and yogurt, this creamy treat is the perfect blend of tangy and sweet.
And just one look at that bright hue reminds us of warmer, sunnier days.
What’s not to love?
Address: 1376 Queen Street West