This place is quite hidden but worth to find out and explore. Dishes are spicy, flavours are vibrant and well proportional. Small sitting area smells like fresh kitchen but not a bad idea to occasional family outings or quick office break. As I prefer to see the menu before going to a restaurant, I uploaded the pictures if you want to know about it. Prices are worth trying.
Very tasty, fresh authentic food. Made to order only. Good customer service and very accommodating for order changes and vegetarian/vegan food.
Seating is available, but very limited so be mindful of this as there is often a queue outside the door come lunch time.
Roti King is a gem in London. Food is superb and so is the atmosphere. If you can spend a moment watching them make the Roti! Part of the experience with this place is the queue which can be long. It is worth it - I promise.
There's always a long queue to get in. Can't fault the food but I would say I have had better. We were a table of 4 and everyone got their food apart from me. I waited nearly an hour and my friends had to wait for me to finish my meal. There was a table of 6 behind us that came later and they ordered same thing as me. They got theirs before me (5 of them got theirs first, all at different times) I am just 1 person so they could've given it to me before that table. Never going back again. The roti bread with curry was the only thing that was nice there.
Simple, small basement restaurant in Doric Way serving Malaysian food. All dishes are tasty and inexpensive. The menu is small but with a wide choice of dishes. Expect a busy place (lunchtime) with a possible queue, sharing tables and scrumptious food.