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No need to be surprised, Indian food is widely acceptable in Singapore. Craving of curry hit me, I was then having my lunch with friends at Mamak stall. Luckily there was no queue or huge orders in front of us, waiting time was short. Friendly boss and welcoming service, menu on top of board was extensive. A layer of the dough batter was scraped off while on the pan resulting in a thin crusty pancake, the name we called Thosai. Obviously bigger size than Prata, texture was fluffy yet filled me u
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No need to be surprised, Indian food is widely acceptable in Singapore. Craving of curry hit me, I was then having my lunch with friends at Mamak stall. Luckily there was no queue or huge orders in front of us, waiting time was short. Friendly boss and welcoming service, menu on top of board was extensive.
Thosai Onion
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A layer of the dough batter was scraped off while on the pan resulting in a thin crusty pancake, the name we called Thosai. Obviously bigger size than Prata, texture was fluffy yet filled me up. Gravy given included Beans Curry, Coconut Chutney and Sambal, the purpose was to drizzle and eat along with Thosai. Little more mashed mushy, there was chunks of potatoes, carrots and assorted veggies inside starchy broth. Definitely provided extra kick and perfectly delicious, but I must admit it was sinful unhealthy. The set was scrumptious without too dry or too overly oily, everything was well-dedicated. Price was affordable, reasonably at $3.20.
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Date of Visit
2014-04-10
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$3 (Lunch)
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Thosai Onion