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Buns & Coffee: Papparoti has finally landed in Mumbai

From Malaysia to Mumbai, the train with freshly baked buns and desserts which will take you to a trip down sugary-land has arrived in Mumbai

Buns & Coffee: Papparoti has finally landed in Mumbai
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The Malaysian coffee and bun chain that is known world-wide for its freshly-baked, buttery buns and some mouth-watering desserts has made its debut in Mumbai on Saturday, February 18 in Kamala Mills!

Papparoti has finally landed in Mumbai after warming Indians to the brand in Hyderabad and New Delhi.



Their fluffy signature buns — crisp on the outside but soft on the inside — make perfect accompaniments to coffee.



Those with a sweet tooth will have options such as dark chocolate, Nutella, honey, strawberry with whipped cream, dates, Oreo and more to choose from. We recommend trying the ‘Lotus Biscuit’ coffee bun made with crushed Belgian biscuits — a new addition to their menu. Great with a side of foamy cappuccino or the Pappa special milk tea.

If freshly baked buns and rejuvenating coffee is your play, Papparoti is the place for you. 

Location: Trade View, Ground Floor, Kamala City, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Average Cost: ₹800 for two people (approx.)


The Papparoti Story

In South East Asia there is a flatbread with a long, beloved story. The Roti, an unleavened bread cooked on an iron griddle, which dates back generation upon generation, its soft texture a veritable mirror of the past. A culinary staple in South East Asia, a roti is a cherished integral part of the daily diet, connecting family, and friends with their present and past.

Cut to Malaysia, 12 years ago, a mother with a passion of baking stands in her kitchen, her hands and attention focused on challenging the shape and texture of the roti dough. She loved coming up with new recipes and this favorite flatbread was a great place to start. Her goal was to create a brand new version of it – a roti bun. In 2002, she delivers a round, bun-like roti to her son, watching tentatively as he bites into its warm, moist center. Little did she know , in one mouthful, her delicate, coffee caramel coated crunchy on the outside pastry with its rich buttery filling would have him hooked, changing the trajectory of all their lives forever! PappaRoti – Father of all Buns – is born.

In 2003, the first PappaRoti store opens in Malaysia, selling freshly baked – hot out of the oven roti buns, with their surfaces coated with a sweet caramelised coffee caramel cream and a secret pocket of salted butter in the middle, making them irresistible to anyone who takes just one bite. Paired with a delectable assortment of teas and coffee, the PappaRoti cafe catapults to fame, its name peppered across the country. Everyday new enthusiasts succumb to the crisp, crunchy exterior and its hot, fluffy inside which encapsulates the perfect mix of sweet and salty. In fourteen short years, over 400 PappaRoti cafes and kiosks have opened their doors across Asia, the Middle East, Australia, England and now North America. At each one, the response to this light, fluffy, decadent roti bun is the same: sheer ecstasy.

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