400 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC
The PanDa Boys told me about NaanWraps who borrows Ragazzi's site on Mondays and Tuesdays. I arrived right when they opened the flaps for business. On this day, they had to move around the corner because there was a crane where their usual spot would be.
Since I wanted something different, I'd thought to give them a try. This is East Indian food made street version. I hoped that this would be a better experience than trying dim sum express...I was wrong.
The $5.99 Naan Wrap was tandoori chicken, bell peppers, onions, mint, chutney in a fresh naan. The wrap was rolled up and cut in half. The funny thing was that one half had no chicken at all, the other half had some, probably the equivalent of 2 chicken mcnuggets (not much at all). The overall flavor was weak, but what ended up really ruining the whole thing was that the naan doesn't taste fresh, it was pretty tough and dry. I like naan that you can pull apart and is a bit chewy. If the naan itself was good, even as good as the type you get at superstore, then this would be miles better.
For $3.50 each or two for $5.99, I ordered a Keema Roti roll, this was filled with spiced beef, I think I got more meat on this one than the naan wrap. The beef was pretty good, but like the naan, the roti was tough and dry.