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The Cheese Prata shop is a favourite supper hang out of residents and students living near NUS. It sells a variety of pratas, murtabaks, rice dishes etc. typical indian food basically. While it is often quite full, i have never seen a que there before, probably because the customer turnover rate is quite high as most order simple dishes like prata and teh.My friend and i ordered a milo dinosaur each($2), a tissue prata ($1.50) and a Pattaya chicken($5.50). The tissue prata was good, it was crisp
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The Cheese Prata shop is a favourite supper hang out of residents and students living near NUS. It sells a variety of pratas, murtabaks, rice dishes etc. typical indian food basically. While it is often quite full, i have never seen a que there before, probably because the customer turnover rate is quite high as most order simple dishes like prata and teh.

My friend and i ordered a milo dinosaur each($2), a tissue prata ($1.50) and a Pattaya chicken($5.50). The tissue prata was good, it was crispy and did not have too much sugar on it. My milo dinosaur was not thick enough, it tasted a little bit too watery and they were stingy with the milo powder on top as well. The pattaya chicken was very fragrant though the portion was humongous, we couldn't finish the mountain of rice.
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  • Tissue Prata
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