The giant, puffy, spicy-smelling squares of Indian bread are stuffed full with tasty homemade ingredients, like butter chicken, lamb or vegetarian saag paneer (spinach with cheese). The roti are rolled out fresh in front of you, so there can be a wait. Choose from six levels of heat (but don’t be hero unless you want a running nose and an engorged tongue) and you can serve yourself from an array of chutneys and something advertised as ‘pickel’.
It’s not date food per se, but sharing one of these puppies is recommended unless you’re ravenous. If you decide to eat in at one of the four tables, then you should be applauded for your capacity to endure zero atmosphere, kitchen heat and ding-a-ling music.