In 1932, a small eatery called Nizam's, located in Calcutta, India, created a dish that they simply named ‘the roll’; chargrilled juicy meats and vegetables wrapped in a flaky paratha flatbread, drizzled with tangy chutney and topped with crunchy fresh salad. As word of this tasty creation spread through Bengal and beyond, the roll quickly became a national hit. The popular dish was dubbed the 'kati roll', named for the wooden skewers the meat and vegetables were cooked on.
Today, the bustling streets of India are dotted with countless hole-in-the-wall eateries, each offering their own 'trademarked kati rolls'. Now, for the first time in Hong Kong, we bring to you our tribute to this legendary dish.
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