Sheiks is part restaurant, part grocery, and they make Guyanese-style roti, which you can ask for plain or with dhal puri, which adds an extra layer of flavor and texture. Here they serve the goat separately from the bread because of the bones, but the rest of the fillings come wrapped inside - their beef and potato roti is delicious and their vegetarian roti is one of the best in the city. It contains the perfect balance of sweet pumpkin mash, spinach, potato, and channa (mashed curried chickpea). The rotis come out fresh, and unlike at other shops, you can see all the filings through the glass at the counter, so if you like to see who is handling your food or what your filling options look like, this is the place to go. They also fold and roll their roti into the shape of burritos instead of into a thick square like most Trinidadian spots, but they’re still a good size.