If you are wondering what Roti is well here goes. Roti actually refers to a type of flat bread originating from India. This bread is unleavened meaning gas is not added to the dough to make it lighter which results in the Roti bread's dense consistency similar to pita bread. Traditionally Roti is torn apart and dipped into a curry to sop up the juices and scoop up the meat. In Trinidad during the 1940's the Roti wrap was born (which I will be talking about). The curry that the Roti bread would be dipped in was used as a filling inside a Roti wrap which transformed the Roti into a hand held street food which popularity soon spread throughout the Caribbean. The Roti wrap is simply called Roti. I will give you my opinion on three different establishments where I got to experience the Bajan take on Roti.