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At Roti Chenai, South Indian cuisine meets Malaysian in a charming location in the heart of Fortitude Valley. A favourite of the young, the old, and everyone else in between, Roti Chennai in the Emporium Building on Brisbane’s Ann Street is where the city’s biggest curry lovers go for a delicious meal. From stuffed dosas to delicious homemade roti, this local Indian restaurant has all the delicious Indian dishes you know and love, plus a few Malaysian dishes you may be unfamiliar with.
Thanks to Roti Chenai, you can get the South Indian delights you’ve been craving at a reasonable rate, seven days a week! Located in Fortitude Valley – and only moments away from the station of the same name – Roti Chenai on Ann Street is leading the pack in Brisbane. Led by Richard Rajasekar, owner of another successful Indian restaurant in Wellington, New Zealand (also called Roti Chenai), the restaurant is under the finest leadership.
Thanks to its commitment to quality, Brisbane’s Roti Chenai exceeds all expectations with its delicious menu offerings. Try something new by ordering the Malaysian speciality murtabek, a particular type of bread stuffed with your choice of beef, chicken or vegetables, served with a side of curry. Diners in the mood for South Indian can opt for tasty delights like the chilli masala, the lamb Biryani, the butter chicken or the egg kothu barrota, a dish made with cut and sauteed roti. This is one multicultural restaurant you don’t want to miss out on. Book today to secure a table at this Fortitude Valley hotspot!