Eat: PappaRoti

Malaysian-based chain PappaRoti is known for their coffee buns, the sweet buns with crispy crust with a soft, buttery interior, best served warm with coffee. It was apparently started by a mother in Malaysia innovating the roti dough.

I was invited for a private tasting at one of their Mississauga locations. The Confederation Parkway location is located at street level below a condominium, and minutes from Square One shopping centre.

The menu offers drinks, salads, brunch, lunch and dinner fares.

IMG_20191208_112135 copy
Cappuccino ($4.15 for medium, $5 for large)
IMG_20191208_112640 copy
Hot Chocolate ($4.25 for medium, $4.75 for large)
Falafel ($7)
Fatteh (pita crisp, chickpea and yogurt)
Ful Medames (stewed fava beans)

The Original Bun ($4.50 for a single bun).

We opted for a plain bun, which has the caramel coffee crust and buttery interior. It’s a delicious, light bun that isn’t too sweet.

PappaRoti
4028 Confederation Parkway
Mississauga, ON.
L5B 0G4

Disclaimer: While the food and beverage were complimentary, the opinions expressed in this post are my own.

Eat: Fat Choi

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Soos on Ossington (known for their modern take on Malaysian street food) turns into Fat Choi, where the menu turns into plant-based deliciousness.

Jeff and I visited back in December for a double date with his friend (whom is vegan) and her boyfriend.

Fat Choi was planning to relaunch on March 24, 2020 from their Winter hiatus, but is currently postponed due to the COVID-19 situation.

IMG_20191203_185100 copy
Prosperity Tossed Slaw ($17) – 20+ ingredient salad, yuzu plum dressing
IMG_20191203_190821 copy
Daily Noodles (market price). The night we went, it was Pan Mee (Malaysian pulled noodles, $20) – crispy mushrooms, pickled chili, Chinese greens and sambal ground vegetables
IMG_20191203_192230 copy
No Mapo No Tofu ($17) – nyonya eggplant, shiitake mushrooms, soy, pickled chili, thai basil and rice

Fat Choi
94 Ossington Ave.,
Toronto, ON
M6J 2Z4