Admittedly, it took a few tries to get my hands on the ital roti ($8). The elusive vegan option was crossed off the menu on my first two visits. Nevertheless, I returned a third time, and my taste buds were very happy.
The Trinidadian-style wrap features a curry stew of carrot, chickpeas, potato, spinach, yam, and coconut milk wrapped inside a white-flour roti skin. With its creamy filling and chewy flatbread, plus a great hot sauce, the ital roti was pretty much the perfect meal.
For vegans, there’s also ital curry with rice ($8) as well as plantain chips ($2.50 for small, $5 for large) on the menu. (Just ask them to hold the jerk mayo that usually comes with the chips.)
By the way, if delicious wraps are your thing, I also recommend the mixed veg sabji at Soho Road Naan Kebab (West Georgia Street and Granville Street), another downtown food cart.