Prior to heading to the Richmond Night Market, Rick and I had a quick dinner at Coco Hut at Union Square (or what I'd like to call, "the Richmond Sushi mall with many hair salons").
I love roti. The other day I might have stopped in my tracks at the Richmond Night Market and shouted that sentence when I saw the roti stand. Hence, we ordered the roti with curry beef brisket (~$8). Sadly, the roti here was a major disappointment. It was quite bread-like and not flakey, unlike the delicious ones from Polytaste Kitchen. Fortunately, the beef brisket was delicious and made up for it. The sauce was hearty and had a nice blend of spices. The beef wasn't as fatty as that of Gee Taste Good, but it wasn't tough either.
We also ordered the Hainanese chicken (~$8) which came with a bowl of rice and soup since the last time I had Hainanese chicken at Cafe d'lite Express was such a disappointment. Here, the chicken tasted just right and was free from tendons and bones.
Coco Hut 椰林餐廳
8328 Capstan Way