Papparoti now featured in blogTO

PappaRoti specializes in sweet Malaysian caramel coffee buns, rather than (as I first suspected) the savoury Caribbean- and Indian-style roti curry wraps that Toronto knows and loves so well.

Unlike the flagship location in Vancouver, this Toronto Papparoti is relatively small and unassuming. Once inside there’s a surprisingly amount of space, USB outlets and even a larger meeting-style table at the back.

Inside PappaRoti, home of Malaysian coffee buns

PappaRoti (270 Spadina, at Dundas, papparoti.ca) is a Malaysian snack chain with 400 locations all over the world, from Dubai to Durban to Bangalore – and, now, Toronto.

After a few years developing a following in B.C. and hosting a pop-up in Bramalea City Centre last year, the chain has settled in Chinatown. A second Ontario location in Mississauga’s Square One is on the way.

Another Unique Restaurant is Coming to Square One in Mississauga

There’s never any shortage of things to eat at Square One.

And now it looks like yet another popular resto is about to call the mall home.

If you’re in the mood for a unique snack, you might be happy to hear that you can soon a roti bun at the soon-to-open Pappa Roti.

The Asian export sets itself apart by offering baked goods that are made from roti, an unleavened bread that’s not typically associated with substantial, fluffy buns.

PappaRoti launches new menu with grand openings of Chinatown and Coquitlam locations

Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti is continuing its roll out across Canada—and this week marks the grand openings of two new Lower Mainland locations.

A Chinatown spot, at 103–193 Keefer Place, had a soft opening in April but will hold its grand opening event tomorrow (December 8) from 3 to 7 p.m. This location is 1,023 square feet with a seating capacity of 16 people.