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Roule Belly, a New Virtual Haitian Restaurant, Brings the Taste of … – 24-7 Press Release

    HOUSTON, TX, September 02, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Roule Belly features authentic Haitian food dishes that are prepared daily from scratch and are made with all fresh ingredients. The unique cuisine can be ordered for pick-up or delivery.

Roule Belly is located at 2616 Blodgett Street inside the Blodgett Food Hall in Houston, Texas. Their hours for service are Monday-Saturday 12PM until 9PM and Sunday 3PM to 9PM. Orders can be placed at www.roulebellyadivinetaste.com or Grubhub, Uber Eats, and DoorDash.

Business Partners, Ashley and Stanley, shared that their journey began when each arrived in Houston, a city rich with diversity but with limited Haitian restaurants. On May 18th, 2022, there was a big Haitian flag day event where tons of Haitians along with non-Haitians enjoyed the festivities and the idea of opening a Haitian restaurant was born.

Ashley taps into her culinary skills and her history of hosting events where guests have enjoyed her cooking, while Stanley envisions showcasing the uniqueness of Haitian culture through authentic Haitian food. Together, these two factors form Roule Belly a divine Taste of Haiti, which aims to introduce tourists and locals alike to a taste of Haitian cuisine. As a restaurant, Roule Belly a divine taste of Haiti is dedicated to introducing authentic Haitian cuisine both to Houstonians and tourists.

Two of Roule Belly’s signature dishes include Creole Shrimp and Curry Chicken. Their unique flavors bring culture right to the dinner table.

Roule Belly can cater for up to 150 guests. Please call or email for details on catering options.

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