MELBOURNE | Roll It Good is a Melbourne business born in 2020 during lockdown, from two Indian chefs looking to bring a taste of home to Melburnians. Founders Juhi and Raghav hail from Kolkata and Delhi respectively, and use their combined passion for food to create a variety of kathi/kati Rolls.
The kathi roll is a street-food dish originating from Kolkata. Originally, the kathi roll refered exclusively to a skewer-roasted kebab wrapped in a paratha bread, however these days almost any wrap containing a filling enfolded in roti is called a kathi roll
Following this lead, the kathi rolls at Roll It Good range from the traditional to the not-so traditional. Flavours rotate regularly, and include things like lamb seekh kebab, mutton shami kebab, paneer tikka, and chilli chicken (which adds Indo-Chinese flavours into the mix).
I have tried several of the rolls and enjoyed them all. So full of flavour and densely packed with ingredients. My favourite is the lamb seekh kebab, but you can’t go wrong no matter which one you order. I do recommend you order multiples though – try a few flavours, and grab some for lunch the following day.
Everything from the roti to the chutney, and marinades, are made in-house from scratch, and fresh-to-order. The rolls are available on a pre-order basis, for delivery across different parts of Melbourne on different days. Check out the Roll It Good Instagram and Facebook pages for details on upcoming delivery dates and menus.
Roll It Good
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