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Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Pork Free
Review (8)
Level4 2014-12-25
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I always wanted to try Indian version of Western Food and I went to this popular Roti Prata stall opposite Bukit Batok MRT. It was mid afternoon and inside the eatery was very warm and stuffy, despite they switch on air cooler. There was Mutton Steak and Mutton Chop on the menu board. The stall uncle told me that Mutton Chop was the one with french fries. The price was $6, similar to hawker centre's Western Food stall. The Mutton Chop was delivered to my table after about 15 minutes. The amount of french fries in this dish was alot, more than double the amount of mutton meat.  The mutton meat looked spicy with red chilli paste sauce. The mutton meat tasted quite bland, tough and dry without the spicy chili sauce. It seem like the mutton meat was from the Kambing soup, cut in cube form. The french fries was slightly over-fried, too crispy for mine liking. Overall, I still prefer the Mutton Chop from the hawker centres. continue reading
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Level4 2014-05-26
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The mouth-watering curry mutton attracted me, so I ordered the Malay food as shown in above picture because it is very tasty and extremely reasonable food with friendly staff too.Although I knew that this restaurant offer good murtabak or roti prata, I still prefer their curry mutton rice & potato and I'll not eat Tom Yam Soup during lunch time with my technician because it is not good to drink sour soup when you are hungry, which being taught by my parents during school days. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-23
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Ever since my last visit here, I've been dying to come back to try out other dishes on their menu! This time I came to try out their Chicken Murtabak ($6)! Honestly, it's my first time trying Murtabak so I don't really have a benchmark to compare to. But overall it tasted really good with a chewy outer layer similar to egg prata and a generously filled delicious chicken bits inside. I enjoyed my visit a lot and service was prompt as well. For its huge portion and taste, it's worth all the price I paid. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-12
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I paid $8.30 for these 2 items and 2 drinks. The tissue prata costs $2.50. It was surprisingly filling but was extremely sweet. It was completely coated with sugar on the inside. For the sambal chicken, it was quite spicy and extremely oily. The gravy seemed to be made up of oil as I could see a thick layer of oil on the surface. The person who took our order had a black face throughout like we owed him money. He sounded rather irritable. The guy who served us the food was still alright. They should probably keep their attitude to customers in check otherwise they will end up losing potential customers. continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-01
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the chicken biryani is much better than the mutton one. the mutton one was too gamey and reeked of mutton musk. the chicken on tasted more "civilised" and was well balanced. it was pretty spicy and the rice was nice and separate. basmati rice is not sticky so they should be separate. the rice is nicely spiced. some cucumbers on the side to cool the palate. quick efficient service. about $6.50 continue reading
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