Roti

42 South Bridge, EH1 1LL

Old Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: Indian, International, Southeast Asian, Vegetarian/Vegan

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About Roti

Sleek Indian dining at South Bridge

Roti is a family-run Indian restaurant that is part of a group of successful eateries across Edinburgh. Inside, you will find a space lit up in shimmering pink neon, where you can wash down your curry with a fancy cocktail as well as a more traditional beer.

The kitchen team’s aim is to deliver mouthwatering Halal dishes sourced from traditional Indian and Pakistani recipes. To this end, everything is prepared daily with fresh, flavoursome herbs and spices. Diners can pop in for Indian thali or tapas at lunchtime, a full curry feast in the evening or a traditional Desi breakfast or brunch on Sundays.

Old meets new with a touch of fusion

There is plenty of choice at Roti, including tandoori grill dishes, spiced seafood and various lamb, chicken or veggie curries. Diners can enjoy classics such as butter chicken, lamb karahi and saag aloo alongside more unusual alternatives.

For instance, a house special is the Roti Tawa, the restaurant’s unique sharing selection served on one hot platter and featuring tandoori meats (or veggie alternatives), kebabs, curry, naan and roti.

Or why not sample the Old Delhi dish of nihari lamb shank prepared with curry sauce in a pressure cooker until it is deliciously tender, then served with delicate matchsticks of ginger? Or the North Indian chilli garlic king prawn cooked with bullet chicken in a garlic sauce?

Roti also offers a unique selection of fusion dishes, including Indo-Chinese chicken tikka served as a sweet & sour stir fry, or spicy mince meat with chips and melting mozzarella cheese.

Sleek Indian dining at South Bridge

Roti is a family-run Indian restaurant that is part of a group of successful eateries across Edinburgh. Inside, you will find a space lit up in shimmering pink neon, where you can wash down your curry with a fancy cocktail as well as a more traditional beer.

The kitchen team’s aim is to deliver mouthwatering Halal dishes sourced from traditional Indian and Pakistani recipes. To this end, everything is prepared daily with fresh, flavoursome herbs and spices. Diners can pop in for Indian thali or tapas at lunchtime, a full curry feast in the evening or a traditional Desi breakfast or brunch on Sundays.

Old meets new with a touch of fusion

There is plenty of choice at Roti, including tandoori grill dishes, spiced seafood and various lamb, chicken or veggie curries. Diners can enjoy classics such as butter chicken, lamb karahi and saag aloo alongside more unusual alternatives.

For instance, a house special is the Roti Tawa, the restaurant’s unique sharing selection served on one hot platter and featuring tandoori meats (or veggie alternatives), kebabs, curry, naan and roti.

Or why not sample the Old Delhi dish of nihari lamb shank prepared with curry sauce in a pressure cooker until it is deliciously tender, then served with delicate matchsticks of ginger? Or the North Indian chilli garlic king prawn cooked with bullet chicken in a garlic sauce?

Roti also offers a unique selection of fusion dishes, including Indo-Chinese chicken tikka served as a sweet & sour stir fry, or spicy mince meat with chips and melting mozzarella cheese.

What’s near to Roti in Edinburgh?

The restaurant is a short stroll from both the Royal Mile and Waverley station, plus as the Festival Theatre is nearby you could head here for a pre-theatre bite.

Other attractions in the area include Holyrood Park, the Surgeons’ Hall Museums, the Talbot Rice Gallery, the National Museum of Scotland and St. Giles’ Cathedral.

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