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Taken over the unit from Megabites and now they introduce pot pies to the students and staff. Initially was thinking of trying their chicken rice but end up with their roll which costs $3.50 without any drink. If you were to purchase any food items in their menu that costs $4 and above, you get a free drink.When I queue up to get my food, first look was quite pathetic because it is just the roll with salad as the side. Quite ideal for those who go for healthier choice. The roll is actually roti
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Taken over the unit from Megabites and now they introduce pot pies to the students and staff. Initially was thinking of trying their chicken rice but end up with their roll which costs $3.50 without any drink. If you were to purchase any food items in their menu that costs $4 and above, you get a free drink.

When I queue up to get my food, first look was quite pathetic because it is just the roll with salad as the side. Quite ideal for those who go for healthier choice. The roll is actually roti prata, roll with plain tasting sausage, tomato and vegetables, complete with the sauces, teriyaki and mayo if I'm not wrong. Roll it up and cut half. The roti prata is kind of harden up and not crispy anymore, which ends up the fillings within came out. So basically you can just eat it separately rather than a roll.

The salad is good though with coleslaw, tomato and vegetables.

Next round I look forward to their chicken rice and pot pie which I saw many people are having.
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