The first PappaRoti store opened in Malaysia in 2003. The freshly baked – hot out of the oven roti buns, with their surfaces coated with a Coffee Caramel Coating and a secret pocket of salted butter in the middle delighted many, to say the least.
Pick one up at Papparoti Olympic Village Grand Opening this November 2018
Malaysian coffee bun king PappaRoti has opened a new Vancouver location. Located at 1778 Columbia Street, the new Olympic Village outpost marks the fourth BC location for the brand, which also operates spots on Robson Street, Keefer Street, and in Coquitlam.
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PappaRoti specializes in sweet Malaysian caramel coffee buns, rather than (as I first suspected) the savoury Caribbean- and Indian-style roti curry wraps that Toronto knows and loves so well.
Unlike the flagship location in Vancouver, this Toronto Papparoti is relatively small and unassuming. Once inside there’s a surprisingly amount of space, USB outlets and even a larger meeting-style table at the back.
PappaRoti (270 Spadina, at Dundas, papparoti.ca) is a Malaysian snack chain with 400 locations all over the world, from Dubai to Durban to Bangalore – and, now, Toronto.
After a few years developing a following in B.C. and hosting a pop-up in Bramalea City Centre last year, the chain has settled in Chinatown. A second Ontario location in Mississauga’s Square One is on the way.
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The dessert everyone needs to try at least once! Roti is a soft and fluffy flatbread originating in south-east Asia. Still to this day, it is a culinary staple for people of all backgrounds there.
Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti has announced the addition of one seriously sweet item to their menu starting this Friday.
The new Coffee Bun Ice Cream Sandwich is a combo of this spot’s signature crispy-on-the-outside, warm-on-the-inside bun, stuffed with ice cream varieties such as matcha, black sesame, and Italian lemon pastry to name a few.
The latest ice-cream creation in the city pairs the frozen treat with buns and other confections—a combo that we approve of.
Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti will soon serve up ice-cream buns ($7 each), which will feature ice cream sandwiched between its signature coffee buns.
Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti has announced the addition of one seriously sweet item to their menu, coming June 1.
Behold, the Coffee Bun Ice Cream Sandwich, a combo of this spot’s signature crispy-on-the-outside-warm-on-the-inside bun stuffed with ice cream varieties such as matcha, black sesame, and Italian lemon pastry to name a few.
There’s never any shortage of things to eat at Square One.
And now it looks like yet another popular resto is about to call the mall home.
If you’re in the mood for a unique snack, you might be happy to hear that you can soon a roti bun at the soon-to-open Pappa Roti.
The Asian export sets itself apart by offering baked goods that are made from roti, an unleavened bread that’s not typically associated with substantial, fluffy buns.
Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti is continuing its roll out across Canada—and this week marks the grand openings of two new Lower Mainland locations.
A Chinatown spot, at 103–193 Keefer Place, had a soft opening in April but will hold its grand opening event tomorrow (December 8) from 3 to 7 p.m. This location is 1,023 square feet with a seating capacity of 16 people.
PappaRoti is celebrating the grand opening of their Vancouver Chinatown and Coquitlam locations with some seriously drool-worthy new eats.
The Malaysian coffee bun chain just turned up their coffee buns to 100 with this epic brekkie creation – the Spam & Egger Coffee Bun. A combo of sweet and savoury fried Spam and fluffy scrambled eggs stuffed between a sliced signature PappaRoti coffee bun.
If you’re looking to discover something different, look no further than Papparoti café in the Quartier des Spectacles. Papparoti serves Malaysian style roti buns, light as pillows with a crispy outside and fluffy interior that you’re sure to fall in love with. “Strawberry Fields” & “Crazy for Kaya” While the chain started in Malaysia in…
PappaRoti has opened four Canadian locations so far in 2017, and it’s already time to make that number five.
The Malaysian coffee bun chain recently opened its second Vancouver location in Chinatown – a great addition to the Vancouver Flagship store on Robson Street, which opened in 2014 – but the newest and biggest third PappaRoti is now open in Coquitlam, and it’s the best one yet.
After waiting for the highly-anticipated PappaRoti Montreal to open its doors, patrons were excited to get their hands on some coffee buns when it finally opened at the beginning of May, 2017.
Bun abundance Malaysian coffee bun shop PappaRoti is keeping good on its word. As its Vancouver owners told the Georgia Straight in June last year, they’ll expanding rapidly across the country as well as within the Lower Mainland. The company’s second location in Metro Vancouver will be at 193 Keefer Place, close to the Stadium-Chinatown…
A cafe that sells buns? Doesn’t sound that exciting. But once you sink your teeth into Papparoti’s scrumptious, coffee caramel buns you will know exactly why this chain is a huge hit. These buns are freshly baked to golden-brown perfection, and are crispy on the outside but light and fluffy inside, with a buttery filling—the…
Famous for their coffee-coated buns, Malaysian chain PappaRoti has arrived in Toronto… sort of.
Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti has announced the address of its next area location. The space at 193 Keefer Place will be PappaRoti’s second location in Vancouver and its third location in Canada.
There are certainly no lack of cafes in Vancouver. It seems like every block has several to choose from. But a cafe of a different sort has just opened on Robson Street in Vancouver, and it’s the first of its kind in North America. PappaRoti is a very popular cafe franchise that started in Malaysia.…
Today’s Notable Young Entrepreneurs are Javeed Somji and Sherri Zarandooz of the beloved PappaRoti brand, which specializes in making sure you experience the buttery, coffee-caramel coated buns of the same name that first took Malaysia by storm over 10 years ago… Elevator Pitch: Describe your business in a nutshell. PappaRoti — the buttery, coffee-caramel coated…
Since opening back in 2014, PappaRoti, a cafe chain that specializes in and churns out Malaysian coffee buns like it’s nobody’s business, continues to impress Vancouverites with their moreish signature buns and sweet tasting specialty teas. While PappaRoti’s products have been limited to Vancouver only (1505 Robson Street to be precise), soon people across Canada…
If you haven’t tried a Malaysian coffee bun yet, you’ll soon have plenty more opportunities to do so in Canada in the near future. Wife-and-husband business team Sherri Zarandooz and Sam Hakimzadeh, along with co-owner Javeed Somji, opened Canada’s first PappaRoti in Vancouver’s West End at 1505 Robson Street in 2014. The 55-seat cafe garnered…
VANCOUVER — Malaysian coffee bun chain PappaRoti is set to expand its presence across Canada, reports Daily Hive Vancouver. Vancouver currently plays host to the only Canadian location of the chain, which is also the first PappaRoti in North America. However, Canadian master franchise holders Sherri Zarandooz, Sam Hakimzadeh and Javeed Somji have announced plans…
In 2014, Vancouverites will be introduced to an exciting and delicious new-to-Canada treat. PappaRoti serves buttery, coffee-caramel coated “father of all buns” from Malaysia and will be making its Canadian debut in Vancouver at the mid February. The first Canadian PappaRoti Café is setting up shop in the West End neighbourhood. First introduced in 2003,…
In the year 2014 our city welcomed numerous cafes located in many neighborhoods in and around the city. These are 21 of the Best NEW Cafes in Vancouver that newly define how we eat, sip and enjoy. Note: These are not in any ranking order. Pallet Coffee Roasters 323 Semlin Drive, Vancouver Tel: (604) 255-2014…
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Known all over Asia and the Middle East, this is their first location in Canada, the café opened recently featuring their buttery, coffee-caramel coated buns.
When people say that Malaysian food company PappaRoti produces the “father of all buns” they are, quite literally, correct. The word roti means “bread” in Malay, while Pappa is, of course, a familiar paternal moniker. For many, the popular chain is an acquainted one. Founded in 2003, the café franchise now has over 400 locations worldwide, including sites in…