OK, perhaps I am just hungry; maybe I was looking for posts before having breakfast. In any case, this description of Roti Cuisine of India caught my eye (and stomach):
A quaint semi-detached house at Dupont and Spadina is home to Roti Cuisine of India (308 Dupont Street), a restaurant that specializes in Indian-style roti that rivals the legendary Gandhi Indian Cuisine.
Owner Vijayan Venkitaraman, a former cruise ship chef from Chennai in South India, opened up the restaurant with his brother two years ago. The original plan was to open a conventional Indian restaurant, but Venkitaraman felt a simpler, more casual concept would work better in the small space. Inspired by Gandhi Indian Cuisine, he decided to wrap classic Indian curries inside a Caribbean-style roti shell.
Spice lovers will be satisfied, as these rotis pack a serious punch. While the butter chicken roti [. . .] lacks the tomato content of the standard dish, it doesn’t disappoint. The boneless white meat chunks and tender potatoes make a tasty and filling meal. The lamb curry roti [. . .] has small, lean cubes of lamb mixed with potato, nestled into a slightly crispy shell. The curry is cooked for six or seven hours to maximize tenderness, while the roti is toasted on a flat grill.
For original post, see http://torontoist.com/2012/09/spice-city-toronto-indian-roti-on-dupont/