Restaurant Atid, 136 Phra Athit Rd, Chana-Song Khram, Phra Nakhon Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand Published on: 17-06-2016
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Why Roti Mataba is special ?
Must try dishes:
Gaang mát·sà·màn ('Muslim curry')
Tart fish curry and má·tà·bà (a stuffed Islamic-style pancake)
How to get to Roti Mataba?
Roti Mataba is situated on the northeast end of Phra Athit Road, right across the street from Santichaiprakan Park and Phra Sumen Fort. You can take a taxi or tuktuk to get to the place.
- Awesome Thai Food - hole in the wall
- Very nice atmosphere, good food
- Famous in the neighborhood
- Food Good, Atmosphere just ok
- Traditional halal food shop, very popular with locals
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal YES
- Serve vegeterian NO
Atid, 136 Phra Athit Rd, Chana-Song Khram, Phra Nakhon Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand
Tips for you
Located in a little known muslim community obscured by the Khaosan Rd and Thai student scene, the halal muslim family-run restaurant has roots going back to India. Roti mataba, a meat filled roti, is a stable found in all of Bangkok's muslim communities. This restaurant also serves othe Thai and Indian curries. Come taste a piece of history.
A short stroll from Khao san Rd, this place can get busy, so you may have to wait if you want a table on the street. We sat inside, where we watched a lady make rotis as we waited for our food. Five minutes later we were devouring our chicken roti and southern beef curry. Portions are small, but cheap. I like this as you get to try more. So we did. Now for a fish roti and green chicken curry. Yum! Would have stayed for round three but had plans to meet someone. Two curries, two rotis and two waters came to less than AUD10.00. (approx. 250Baht). I can't wait to dine here again. Next time I must try some of the sweet rotis.