Roti Indian restaurant in Tehran offers street food experience
There’s a brand new Indian restaurant in town and its called Roti!
Indian street food lovers will adore Roti, which threw open its doors at the start of the last month. The new eatery is on the restaurant level at SAM Centre on Fayyazi Avenue (Fereshteh) in northern Tehran.
The restaurant which is part of the now well-respected food chain Monsoon Group is the first exploration of street food, and the décor is somewhat groovy!
The ‘sharing-street food’ restaurant offers the ultimate blend of food-meets-hipster, bringing an all-new dining experience to Tehran.
Roti is far from the curry houses of downtown, which combine Bradford delicacy with Persian service, this new venture looks to shake up service with staff explaining a new type of dining to the uninitiated.
Interiors are chic and very Bombay-like, and is set over 800 sq metres, including a fabulous veranda which looks over the Alborz mountain range. Looking at the tablespace, there is enough room for around 200 diners.
Roti is part of the Monsoon Group and has several restaurants in Tehran. Other brands by the firm include Arabian style Kubaba, Ayeneh Divan Hall out the city in Lavasan, TOMO pizzeria and of course the now established Monsoon Asian Lounge on Gandhi street.
I love the atmosphere. It is very colourful and fun. Sam centre has good parking which is a plus. The service is pretty good!
Where to go?
If you love food, try something entirely new on Fayyazi where you will be whisked away to downtown Delhi!
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