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We had tried many of the “Famous” roti prata around Singapore, from the Jalan Kayu to the Tampines and few others that used to be the talk of the town. However, most of the standard and quality have since been deteriorating so much that we are redundant to put it down as part of our review. We are vexed that the new generation or new business taking over seems not able to appreciate the art of the food, and allowing the centuries of glory built up ruined in the hand of the slothful generations.
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We had tried many of the “Famous” roti prata around Singapore, from the Jalan Kayu to the Tampines and few others that used to be the talk of the town. However, most of the standard and quality have since been deteriorating so much that we are redundant to put it down as part of our review. We are vexed that the new generation or new business taking over seems not able to appreciate the art of the food, and allowing the centuries of glory built up ruined in the hand of the slothful generations. Will there be more poignant stories, we hope not.
So far, we are so glad that Sin Ming Roti Prata unwaveringly preserves the dignity of the brand by maintaining the excellent standard throughout the years. We truly kowtow to the stall.
Be it the regular prata or the coin prata, the dough are the same, though there is a wide range of add on options available to perk up your taste buds, we adamantly steadfast to the plain and egg version as it gives the most original taste and flavour of the good prata without masked by other flavours. We are truly impressed by the flavourful and fantastic texture of the prata, the prata are fluffy, chewy with crisp on the exterior and the taste were simply additive that you can eat on its own without dipping into the curry sauce. We love the fragrance of the buttery sweet taste from the dough and frankly, we can’t find any other roti prata able to whip up the same standard as Sin Ming Roti Prata so far.
The standard roti prata from Sin Ming Roti Prata usually comes with either the fish or chicken curry, all the gravy are thick and savory, there is only a word to describe the curry “Damn Shiok”. We ordered the extra mutton curry so not to miss the dish. The mutton was tender and cooked to the perfection, eating with the prata made our brunch a wonderful meal for the weekend.
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