Hot & Roll
61 Quay St
Sydney CBD

Hot & Roll serve freshly made wraps with their own Malaysian twist.

The real difference is that their fillings are wrapped in house made roti. For us, this was a huge attraction as we are big roti fans!

It's a smallish place at the far end of Chinatown in Sydney CBD, past the markets.

You can eat there but most people order take away. It's all freshly prepared too - you just choose the wrap and filling - and there are several vegetarian options as well.

We ended up choosing a selection to share. The rolls are huge and packed with filling. The large rolls were already cut in half, as we had requested, but we ended up cutting them in half again (or quarters).

We had the satay chicken, tandoori chicken, chicken and avocado and the beef rendang. All were great but the satay chicken was probably the most popular, followed by the tangy beef rendang. They were tasty and very filling.

Service was fast and friendly and the rolls were very tasty too.

Sir and Mlady's visit to Hot & Roll was supported by the Malaysian Kitchen Programme.

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