Always a favourite but prices have risen dramatically since I last visited 5 years ago. GYD$3000 for roti chicken curry these days
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I have bought food there 4 times. The first time I bought from their 'take-out" section after desperately looking for someplace where I could get dahl puri or roti after 6pm. I felt lucky to have found it and the roti was good. Not great....More
Had coffee and Pastries late one night and it was excellent. The atmosphere was lively and service was great. On our way out we bought breads and pastries for our breakfast the next morning and had some yummy croissants that was hard to resist. All...More
Great choice of Guyanese food, including katahar. Hot, ready to serve food. One of our group didn't want food too spicy and this was accommodated. Would do just as well for lunch. All very tasty.Plenty of local veg with roti. Delicious. Easy to miss! Make...More
No complain satisfaction guarantee. Try it n u will always remember to visit anytime u r in Guyana. Don't forget to try the difference variety of cakes pastries along wit breads n tennis rolls.
Food was tasteless and hard to get served. Also tried the Asin shop that is part of this place and the quality varied each time you went so it is pot luck on your food. Waitstaff are more interested in watching TV than working.
The rotis are to be chosen among different tastes, cheese, onions, potatoes. Chickpeas, eggplant and what not are accompanying.
If you want a great atmosphere, cheap food, with attentive and pleasant staff, this is not the place for you. In spite of its name, there is nothing ‘hut-like’ about this large, impersonal eatery. It doubles as a large bakery, selling breads and all sorts...More
Roti Hut has a very good ambience but the menu is very basic and the food is average in taste with the prices definitely on the higher side.