Kati Roll Company
Mon-Thu, 11am-10pm; Fri, 11am-2am; Sat, noon-2am; Sun, noon-9pm
Nearby Subway Stops
E, M at Lexington Ave.-53rd St.
- Late-Night Dining
- No Alcohol
Somewhere between Lebanese-style shawarma and wrap sandwiches, the rolls at this single-item specialist make superb (and, at $3.50–$6.75 a pop, cheap) street food. Kati means "skewer," which is how most of the flavorful marinated fillings (chicken or beef tikka, paneer-cheese cubes-and-peppers) are cooked before being rolled up in a wok-griddled paratha. Protein-packing unda rolls have a layer of egg cooked onto the paratha, and aloo masala is the spiced potato mixture familiar to fans of dosas, those fermented-rice-flour crêpes that had heretofore cornered the Indian fast-food market.
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