1000 N. Alexander (Texas 146 B), Baytown
A few years back I happened on a West Indian bakery and roti shop on the east side of Baytown called Nio's. When I checked it out for lunch I found myself in line behind a group of people in scrubs talking animatedly in a 'Caribbean' accent about rotis and how spicy they like them. When I asked the proprietor why there was a roti shop in Baytown, she told me one of the large medical facilites there has a lot of employees from Trinidad.
Nio's is gone now but just up the road a bit is Asha's, a walk-up stand with a couple of tables under a carport in a grassy area out back.
I went around 1:30 on a Saturday afternoon. The parking lot was nearly full but there seemed to be only one other person there to order food. I wanted to try the Hot Doubles but they were all gone so I settled for two Beef Patties and I apparently got the last two of those. Whether they make more for later on I don't know.
These were hefty patties, about 6 ounces each, with a dense flaky pie crust-like exterior colored with annato or turmeric, probably, and a surprisingly mild ground beef filling. There was only a little bit of heat to the whole thing.
I hope to be able to try the Hot Doubles next time or one of the rotis.
Asha's menu on Yahoo