Fish Fry Friday’s at Roti Vybz
Fish Fry Fridays at Roti Vybz is an authentic Caribbean festival of food and music on their patio in Streetsville every Friday night.
Co-owner Adam Ifill was inspired to bring this popular Caribbean street festival tradition to Canada after experiencing a traditional Bajan fish fry when he was in Barbados for his wedding.
The festivities start at 7 pm every Friday night (weather permitting and until it's too cold to eat outside) and features over 15 different types of fish and the fixings, a DJ, prizes and live music, such as a steel pannist, on certain nights.
Stay tuned for fish fry competitions and more live music performances at Roti Vybz on Fish Fry Fridays.
About Roti Vybz:
Unique for: The first and only West Indian joint in Streetsville that serves high quality West Indian cuisine using local ingredients. The oxtail and goat are Canadian raised and their (Halal) chicken comes from Sargent Farms, a local family owned business. Roti Vybz also delivers and you can conveniently place your orders for delivery using their online portal.
Why Mississauga? “Mississauga is full of opportunities!”
What was in the space before you took it over? A portion of an existing sports bar called Champions Offside Sports Bar. Roti Vybz is literally a carved out hole in the wall at the back of the bar in the very back of a strip plaza just off of Queen St. N.
Most Popular Dishes: Curry chicken and jerk chicken which is made with gravy, making it moist and tender.
Signature Drinks: Coming soon will be their house-made, freshly squeezed mango juice, sour sop, Irish moss, carrot juice, magnum, and lemonade.
Menu: The menu includes everything from jerk chicken (bone-in and boneless) to curry goat, king fish and red snapper, ackee and saltfish, a variety of roti’s including curry shrimp, oxtail, potato and channa, and vegetable curry. There are also wings, festivals, and fried plantain on the menu.
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