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2014-12-11 338 views
I often see good business at this roti prata place and decide to come here to have a bite before lesson. I find myself sitting at a empty table with nobody coming over to serve me. In the end, I help myself to a menu at the next table. The menu is huge with lots of variety of roti prata. From the simple plain roti prata at $0.60 to fancy fruit roti prata to bomb roti prata to pizza prata. There is also mutton soup, fried maggie mee, fried rice and Biriyani dishes. It is quite awhile before I fin
The serving is in average size although I have ordered a small one. It is served with a small dish of curry. The prata is very crispy, filled with shredded chicken and meltd cheese inside. It kind of reminding me of a super thin skin curry puff. The roti prata has a rather deep fried texture with its super crispy feel. Some may feel that it is quite jelat eating this.
It is the local version of tea latte. One can see the layers of milk and tea separated. The milk part actually tastes quite sweet, while the tea is unsweeted. So when mixed together, it actually tastes quite nice and refreshing.
Overall the food is not bad, but one has to take it easy for its slow service. For such a big place, there is only 1 person taking order and another serving the food. So don't be surprised if one cannot find a clean table.