Roti Chai

Roti Chai

Roti Chai, Marylebone, Central London.

Nearest Train station πŸš‚ : Marble Arch, Bond Street

Website: https://www.rotichai.com/

Instagram name:Β @rotichai

This establishment is compromised of 2 sections, the Street kitchen and the Dining room. This time around I tried the street food I was told the initial wait would be an hour but 15 minutes later we were taken to our seats πŸ‘πŸ½ .

The restaurant tries to create an Indian canteen vibe with lots of hustle and bustle and the decor to match.

The menu is split in to different sections, Street, Buns, roti and rice and Sanzi (vegetables). It explains recommendations on how much to order, depending on how hungry you are and your group size (which is always helpful)πŸ‘πŸ½.

With its literal meaning (Roti) Bread and Chai (tea), we had to try them both! On a cold winters day the spiced chai definitely warmed us up, and the roti selection even though too much for 2 people went well with our chick pea curry. .

I was anticipating for more vegetarian options and the food was nice but nothing out of the ordinary however the aloo papri chaat and Hakka chilli paneer were my favourite.

 

Picture 1:Β 

Aloo Papri Chaat, crunchy wheat crisps, potato, chickpeas, yoghurt, hot & sweet chutney

Picture 2:Β 

Hakka Chilli Paneer, fiery Indo-Chinese warm salad, fresh green chilli

Picture 3:Β 

Bun tikki, Amritsar-style aloo tikki burger

Picture 4:

Roti with Kabli Chana, curried chickpeas

(Out of 5)
Atmosphere: 🌍🌍🌍
Service:πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ³πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ³πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ³
Value for money: πŸ’°πŸ’°
Food:🌢🌢

Overall rating:⭐⭐

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