Roti Modern Mediterranean—a healthful, food-conscious restaurant based in Chicago—will open its first Texas location this summer at 2355 Olive Street in Uptown Dallas. Roti Modern Mediterranean is a fast-casual restaurant with a commitment to serving wholesome, flavorful “Food That Loves You Back.”
The menu includes sandwiches (choose house-baked pita or laffa wrap), rice plates, and salads. Roti uses high-quality ingredients like organic chickpeas and sustainable meats such as grass-fed beef, antibiotic- and hormone-free chicken, and fresh sustainable salmon filleted in-house each morning.
“The Mediterranean diet has sustained people for centuries. Rich in vegetables, wholesome grains, and lean protein, this is a delicious and healthful way to eat,” says Carl Segal, CEO of Roti. “At Roti, we source only the finest ingredients, prepare them simply and with pride, then serve them exactly how you want them.”
Roti offers a highly customizable, build-your-own style menu. Customers are first asked to choose a Sandwich, Salad, or (the most popular of the group) Rice Plate. Customers will then progress down the vibrant food line choosing as many house-made Mediterranean toppings, sides, and sauces as they like. Each meal also comes with a whole-wheat, house-baked pita.
“We want you to craft an eating experience that’s uniquely yours. Whatever you’re in the mood for, whether it’s char-grilled steak, crispy falafel, or something spicy, we’ll help you curate your perfect meal—ensuring that whichever path you choose, they all lead to delicious,” Segal says. “We want you to feel great about your choices, knowing that we’ll make sure everything we serve is wholesome and full of flavor.”
Roti Modern Mediterranean operates in Chicago, where it is headquartered, as well as Washington D.C. and New York, and will expand to Dallas and Minneapolis this summer.
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