PappaRoti — Runcorn
Every time I walk by Warrigal Square, I would smell something sweet, like walking by Cold Stone ice cream parlour. I would just pass Papparoti by but not really look at what they served. One day I finally decided to see what that smell was all about; after all I do have a sweet tooth. As it turns out, Papparoti is just bread. Sweet bread!
I must admit I am very late in the roti bun revolution, but better late than never.
The smell teases you from the parking lot and what I love about this place is that they never run out! Like a sweatshop, they’re in mass production. Always fresh, puffy and deliciously crisp on the outside.
Papparoti is a successful food chain which has flourished all over Asia with branches in Malaysia, Dubai, China, Vietnam, Korea, Phillipines and since the 15th of June 2010; Australia. The signature bun consists of crispy and fragrant coffee-cream coated over light and fluffy dough with a hint of a buttery filling.
What We Had?
PapaRoti Bun ($2.5):
The Roti Buns were warm, crispy yet soft, and not overly sweet.
Brisbane Bites Recommendation: Pappa Roti Bun
PapaRoti buns are an absolute taste of a miracle. It’s good and mouth-watering. These taste best right when they come out of the oven. I had them the morning after and even after heating them up a bit in the microwave, they lost that soft, airy texture.
By: Kenneth Au
Shop 3A 261 Warrigal Rd, Eight Mile Plains, QLD
(04) 7916 2626
Open 8AM-7PM Monday-Friday