Potato and channa roti for $2.45. Doubles for just 75 cents! 1982 menu prices in effect at The Roti Hut in Toronto tomorrow.
The Caribbean restaurant near Sheppard and McCowan celebrates 35 years in business on May 19, 2018 by rolling back menu prices to 1982.
“It’s truly been a wonderful privilege being a part of this community and serving our customers over the past 35 years,” reads a post on the restaurant’s website. “We’ve brought back our 1982 menu and pricing to honour just how far we’ve come.”
The nostalgic menu is available for in-store orders only and limited to three main dishes and five appetizers per person – so bring your friends!
In addition to the retro prices, the restaurant is also promising live music and giveaways all day.
35 years at The Roti Hut
When: May 19, 2018
Where: 351 Pitfield Road, Scarborough
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