The best prata in Singapore, that’s what many online polls say. After trying it for the first time, I’d say this – it’s food is all round superb.
We went there for lunch on a weekend. The stall is housed in a coffeeshop just before the Sin Ming Industrial Estate (where New Ubin Seafood is). The stall doesn’t look like much, it doesn’t even own the place (unlike The Roti Prata House at Upper Thomson Road), the chefs do their magic over a small heated top.
There were 7 people in front of me, I was told… 30 minutes.
So we started our meal with a Chicken Briyani.
At SGD5 this briyani looks really simple. But the rice was awesomely fragrant, smooth and fluffy and the chicken curry was thick and rich. I would say its comparable to some of the best briyani stalls in Singapore such as Sixth Avenue Briyani.
Even after we wolfed down our briyani our coin pratas were not completed so we next ordered a single serving of egg prata.
We had three different curries, chicken, fish and mutton. I was really impressed that the curries all tasted different despite looking about the same. And they were all thick and rich curries, not the watery sort that is more common.
This truly was one of the best pratas I’ve had. And thank goodness they haven’t been found by the Michelin inspectors yet, just Michelle Lin 😉
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