Malaysian Chain PappaRoti Looks to Be Planning a Move on Tropicana

The international chain has cafes all over the world
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With locations in countries as far-flung as Australia, Qatar, and the United Kingdom, Malaysia-born cafe chain PappaRoti appears to planning its first Las Vegas outpost. The Las Vegas Review-Journal noticed, in recent coverage, that a sign for PappaRoti had gone up at 3350 E Tropicana Ave, at the Pecos Rd intersection. The space was formerly occupied by a Dunkin’.

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PappaRoti offers guests a variety of baked goods and coffee and tea drinks. Its coffee buns are particularly popular, in flavors like Nuts for Nutella and Berries Delight. Smoothies, milkshakes, fresh juice, and the branded Pappauccino are also on deck, the last coming in varieties like mocha and salted caramel.

The location on Tropicana is just across the street from Pecos Mall, a shopping center that is home to Sprouts Farmers Market, Goodwill, and eateries like Chapala Mexican, Thai Room, Subway, and Domino’s Pizza.

What Now Las Vegas reached out on Friday to Kory Gonzales-Edwards, co-owner of PappaRoti Las Vegas. Gonzales-Edwards was not available for comment.

No word is out yet on when this new Papparoti might open.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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