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Old 07-26-2012, 09:01 PM   #1
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Roti

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Old 07-26-2012, 10:11 PM   #2
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Tamarind Hill , New West has really good roti .......I always order when I'm there
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my house , but that's all for me! lol.

I actually don't know of any restaurants that have proper roti.
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bo laksa king's roti is by far the best i've been to.
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More like how do you make Roti? or more like the breakfast Roti? I haven't had one of those in at least 20+ years.
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Just to be clear, are people wanting to know where a good place for roti is or a good place for naan?

I don't know of any place that hve roti, but I imagine there are places. When I'm craving it I go to the temple.
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bo laksa king's roti is by far the best i've been to.
Seconded. It's pretty good there
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^It's the BEST there. I have yet to find a roti that's circular that's puffed up in a BALL and flaky. Most of the time, it's flat, pan fried and flat like a piece of crepe
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that sounds more like a dosa than a roti.

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that sounds more like a dosa than a roti.

The ones at Bo Laska are Malaysian style, which I think are different.
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the Malaysian ones is called Roti Cannae.... soooo good and greasy i love it.

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The ones at Bo Laska are Malaysian style, which I think are different.
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Could someone explain the different variations of roti, please?
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I did try Bo Laksa's a couple years back and it was pretty good. Recently, I tried Balilicious and that was very tasty as well.
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