Great little place downtown St Johns. Never fails to amaze me how good these roti taste. Go early because there will be a line to get in and the favorites go very quickly.
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Roti is great for a snack. Great location in a run down shack makes the experience even better! We did get a bit of gristle in our chicken one otherwise I would give 5 stars
If you want to experience a proper Caribbean Roti then the only place to go is Roti King in St Johns, just follow the crowd of locals, office workers, policemen, cruise visitors almost everyone looking for fast great quality food. You will not be disappointed, a large tasty roti from a big selection on offer is served quickly, you will... More
I found all the things to be healthy and clean, quality ingredients and simple receipe, these conches and chicken tender as hardly u can have them in fast-food like eateries like that, they have lunch solution for a more complete meal and I saw many locals having take away
We got there right at 5pm and they were out of all the seafood rotis so we got chicken (I wanted that, anyway) and veggie. And then our dinner plans were changed so the rotis stayed in the fridge for two days before I started to eat my chicken (and the veggie rotis boarded a plane to be eaten in... More
The location is unassuming and simple but clean. The meals were plentiful and we all enjoyed the different things ordered. Loved their home made Ginger beverage.
The roti is in fact a wrap. The local conche roti is a must if you like to sample the product of the area. It's a fun little shack frequented by the locals, we saw many come and get take aways wearing suits and ties. Surprisingly filling too.
Never tasted roti before!, what a treat! I could have fed a family of four with the amount of chicken in mine!!
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