Despite the fact that I'm a teh-lover, I love this place cos of its teh's long-lasting after-taste, and I was a bit mythicize Little India SHOULD BE a (better) place for foodstuff.
In a carbo-craving day, I also ordered a prata, thinking that the prata in Little India SHOULD BE a (better) one with prata's link back to Chennai. When the small prata appears on my table, I was expecting the prata is soft, flaky, and hot. After tearing the prata and eating a small bite of this unexceptionally flat flatbread by folk, I was disappointed - it is the hardest (and coldest) that I had then ever!! Then I start recalling... well, I never notice this shop has a proper place for making prata.
A while ago, I had been to Chennai and tried to sample how its prata different from Singapore / Malaysia version. Yet, during my visit, prata is also something which is quite hard to find... I can't say it doesn't exist in Chennai, but it seems it's in a line with Singaporean fried rice noodles in Hong Kong... anyway.
Recommended Dish(es): Teh tarik
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