Roti sandwiches seem like the thing to get at a place called Roti. But trust us and ignore them. The grilled meat (chicken or steak) is perfectly fine, and with all the sauces you can put on it (cucumber-yogurt; red-pepper-aioli), you can definitely make it taste good. But the specialty here is the falafel. It is perhaps the least-authentic falafel in the city—it’s got a fluffy, eggy, fritterlike consistency—but it is also one of the most ethereal.
310 W Adams St
|Cross street:||between Franklin St and Wacker Dr|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, lunch|
|Transport:||Subway stop: Quincy/Wells Subway lines: Brown, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Quincy/Wells Bus info: 1, 7, 11, 121, 123, 126, 129, 130, 134, 135, 136, 151, 156|
|Price:||Average main course: $7|