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Kasa’s Kati Rolls

I love Indian food.  I love spicy curries and masalas with warm basmati rice and naan bread.  Lately, I discovered a new Indian treat: flaky and buttery rotis at Kasa.  They wrap rotis around tasty chicken tikka masala or lamb curry with marinated onions and chutney to make tasty kati rolls.  Dip these rolls in a refreshing raita and they’re simply scrumptious.

Kasa's Kati Rolls

Kasa is cool because they make simple and flavorful homestyle Indian food.  They use natural and local ingredients.  And for under $15 you can enjoy a wonderful meal.

Kasa is an Indian eatery at 18th and Noe in the Castro.  Follow this link to know more about Kasa.

For those people like me who are a bit unfamiliar with the varieties of Indian flatbreads and who have always equated Indian food with naan, roti is unleavened while naan is leavened.  Kati roll is a popular Indian street food that consists of a flatbread wrapped around seasoned meat or vegetables.  Chicken tikka masala is a curry dish of roasted chicken, chicken tikka, in a rich red, creamy and tomato-based sauce.  Raita is a yogurt-based sauce or dip seasoned with coriander, cumin, mint and other herbs and spices.

  1. October 17, 2009 at 3:41 pm

    It looks good. I never tried Indian food. I think I would like it.

  2. October 18, 2009 at 10:31 pm

    thanks for the kind words and pix. glad you liked it, and really happy to see you did a little exploring on roti vs naan. say hello to anamika or tim next time you’re in. 🙂

  1. October 19, 2009 at 11:19 am
  2. February 28, 2010 at 5:37 pm

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