New Malaysian Roti Cafe Opens in Brampton
If you're in the mood for a unique snack, you might be happy to hear that you can now enjoy a roti bun at the newly opened Pappa Roti quick-service cafe in Bramalea City Centre.
The recently opened restaurant, located in the north food court by the McDonald's, sets itself apart by offering baked goods that are made from roti, an unleavened bread that's not typically associated with substantial, fluffy buns.
The concept was born in Malaysia well over a decade ago when the operator's mother offered her family an experimental dish—a roti bun with coffee caramel coating. After her creation wow'd those lucky enough to sample it, it spurred the creation of a chain that carries the tagline "the Father of All Buns."
As far the menu goes, diners can try the signature coffee bun, flavoured and mini PappaRollies, pastries, salads, sandwiches, coffee, tea, smoothies and more. The coffee bun can be ordered with fruit, peanut butter and jelly, maple and more. People with dietary restrictions might also be happy to know that gluten-free options are available.
The BCC location is actually the chain's first foray into the GTA market, so you should feel extra special when dining on a unique bun that's not yet available in surrounding cities.
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