Roti Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster

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Perched under a tent on the side of the road, this casual takeout operation puts out solid local fare, including bakes (sandwiches) stuffed with escovitch-style salt fish, samosas, fried plantains and roti.

Nevin Martell, Washington Post, 18 Aug. 2022

Spend the night at the secluded Bacolet Beach Club after indulging in some curry chicken and roti.

Terri Huggins Hart, Woman’s Day, 14 June 2022

Chef Alex Au-Yeung put Malaysian food on the map in Houston with his acclaimed Katy restaurant, which serves dishes from the country and others in the region, like roti canai, Hainanese chicken, beef rendang, ikan bakar golden pomfret and more.

Emma Balter, Chron, 1 July 2022

The visit to that roti shop was a reminder for him of his purpose—for the cookbook and for his journey.

Audrey Williams, Essence, 20 May 2022

Despite the beauty of the roti, nothing on the menu at Aman Cafe costs more than $11.

Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle, 10 Mar. 2022

During his time there guests enjoyed a beach bonfire with a live ceviche demonstration, a beach party featuring dishes like oxtail dumplings and vegan mushroom roti rolls, and a Sunday brunch serving chicken and waffles.

Rana Good, Forbes, 12 Apr. 2022

The Rock’s famous lobster roll, pillowy and buttery, was more than worth our trip up the mountain for lunch, as was the roti with a glass of Château Gloria St. Julien Bordeaux, served — even in a rain forest — at 54 degrees.

Paul Winner, Travel + Leisure, 17 Apr. 2022

On a hot plancha, its outer layer forms a roti-like flaky texture while maintaining a tender interior.

Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle, 15 Mar. 2022

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