Kati Roll Company
New York, NY 10012
Village Voice's Description
One guy in the back warms flatbreads, and another grills chicken and beef brochettes, while a gal at the front counter assembles these raw materials into katis;tubular Indian concoctions that are Calcutta's favorite street food. She places the brochette (vegetarian potato and paneer fillings are also available) into a paratha, adds chopped hot peppers and onions, squeezes lime, shakes on some masala, slaps on some chutney, then rolls the whole thing into a sandwich. To enrich this treat, you can also have it "unda": The flatbread is heated with a coating of scrambled egg, rendering the kati richer and more proteinaceous. There is another location at 49 West 39th Street.
Tips from foursquare
Nothing better than a kati roll after a night of clubbing.
This MacDougal St. Indian spot is great for pre-going out meal. Try the Unda Chicken or Tikki Chicken roll, mmmm.
How many should you get? 1 if you're peckish, 2 if you're hungry, 3 only if you're famished.
Solid mini-chain devoted to kati rolls, the Indian version of a burrito. Vegetarian fillings are our favorites.
Chanamasala, extra spicey. Great late night food. Makes any night better!
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