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where do the serve the best roti between wellington and ft lauderdale?

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  1. We like LC & Joy's. We heard Shalama's was good too.

    Ali's Roti Shop
    4120 NW 12th St.
    Lauderhill, FL 33313-5816
    Tel: (954) 581-5577

    Caribbean Kitchen Restaurant
    16894 South Dixie Hwy
    Miami, FL 33157
    Tel: (305)-252-1229

    Christine's Roti Shop
    16721 NE 6th Ave
    No. Miami Beach, FL 33162-2409
    Tel: (305) 770-0434

    Coalpot West Indian Cooking
    700 N, State Road 7
    Hollywood, FL 33021
    Tel: (954)-964-9144

    Hot On Spot Roti Shop
    20723 NW 2nd Ave.
    Miami, FL 33169-2101
    Tel: (954) 999-0059

    Joy's Roti Delight
    1235 N W State Road 7
    Lauderhill Mall
    Lauderhill, FL 33313-5801
    Tel: (954) 587-7700

    L C Roti Shop
    19505 NW 2nd Ave.
    Miami, FL 33169-3335
    Tel: (305) 651-8924

    Naz Roti Palace
    6329 Miramar Pkwy
    Miramar, FL 33023-3943
    Tel: (954) 987-3964

    Ram's Roti Palace
    4244 North State Road 7
    Lauderdale Lakes, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33319
    Tel: (954)-735-4686

    S & S Roti Shop
    W Oakland Park Blvd
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
    Tel: (305)-733-4209

    Shankar's Roti & Bakery Shop
    3294 N.State Rd. 7
    Lauderdale Lakes, Fort Lauderdale FL 33319
    Tel: (954) 733-9733

    Shalama's Roti Shop
    1432 N State Road 7
    Margate, FL 33063-2847
    Tel: (954) 977-6753

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    1. re: 2top

      Thanx so much!

    2. I agree that LC's is very good. It can be pretty crowded on the weekends, but I'm always thrilled by how friendly the people are. LC's is unique in that you can watch them roll out the dough and make the roti skins while you wait, I believe that some other places buy theirs pre-made. LC's roti's seem slightly sweet which seems a bit odd to me, but it's quite good.

      Naz is a bit funky, but I've been there several times because it's close to home. They have quite a few non-roti items on the menu and a good selection of beverages.

      I visit Ram's very regularly, (it's near my office.) They have a few non-roti items (doubles, aloo pie, some sweets,) but I can't say I've tried them. Very tasty and consistent roti here.

      There's another Ali's (don't know if it's related to the one 2top mentioned) in Margate at 6846 W Atlantic, he makes the best veggie roti I've had, but doesn't always have the ingredients for that one. The last few times I was there, there were no beverages, so it was a to-go event.

      Shalama has some good entrées in addition to roti, but their roti bread is not made fresh (I'm not sure if they're made in-house.)

      It's not in the area you specified, but Hack's in Pembroke Pines (9389 Sheridan St) serves fantastic Trini fare, well worth a visit.

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      1. re: Semprini

        My favorite is the coal pot. Jamile is the owner who hand makes roti and other west indian dishes. They have shrimp wontons that i cannot get enough of. Their curry is the best I have evr had!

        1. re: mountdorahound

          I've seen the Coal Pot in Hollywood (700 State Rd 7,) and I think I've seen another place with the same name on the east side of SR7 north of Sunrise (though I can't remember exactly where it is,) which one do you recommend?

          1. re: Semprini

            this place is on 441 in hollywood just a few miles south of the hard rock. This place is an authentic west indian rum shop! Loud soca and a party all the time!