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In addition to the delicately spiced rice dish from which it takes its name, midtown Halal cart Biryani Cart (which, yes, we love quite a bit) offers up several very respectable kati rolls: addictive wraps of meats, vegetables, and eggs stuffed inside buttery griddled paratha, a stretchy, whole wheat flatbread. We tried the strangely titled P.W.C.D. Roll ($3), a vegetarian option stuffed with scrambled eggs and a mound of creamy, perfectly cooked cubed potatoes. It gets topped off with a cooling yogurt sauce for tang and creaminess. Midtown Manhattan might sometimes seem like a culinary wasteland, but this kati roll is an oasis of deliciousness.
Southwest corner of Sixth Avenue and West 46th Street, New York NY 10036 (map)
biryanicart.com (Caution: low-budget website with visually assaulting color scheme and Kenny Loggins-ish music theme. Click at your own risk)