The Prata Place
The Prata Place is serve delicious Indian food like prata, masala, thosai, goreng goreng, murtabak and even set meals. The prata they are serving are more on the chewy side compare to the crispy kind. Plus, the curry sauce which you are suppose to eat with taste fantastic. The combination is great. They are Halal certified and they even provide catering services. Their special dish is "Chicken Floss Prata" plus many more variety of Indian cuisine.
Air-condition restaurant which you will not have to eat under the warm Singapore climate. They also have outdoor service tables if you preferred to eat at non-air condition.
Open kitchen enable one to view the inside of the kitchen and how the food are prepared.
Mee Goreng. It is made with thin yellow noodles fried in cooking oil with garlic, onion, cabbages, tomatoes, egg, and acar (pickles). You get to choose your meat, either chicken or mutton. Personally I will recommend the mutton mee goreng. The mee are moist, not too dry, the mutton bits are tender and not overcooked. Plus the spiciness of this dish, make it so yummy for everyone to try it.
Top Prata: SPECIALITY PRATA "Plaster Prata"
Bottom Prata: "Egg Prata"
I will introduce the specialty prata first. Why are they call specialty? This is because the prata that they serve is not authentic and are modify to suit current trend and younger generations. The plaster prata is like adding an sunny side up egg on top of the plain prata. It really test the cook's skill as the egg yolk must not be overcooked, instead it must be still juicy. Try adding some of that curry sauce, the mixture of egg yolk, prata and curry is really out of this world.
There are several other speciality prata like Banana Prata, Mushroom Prata, Milky Prata, Strawberry Prata and Chocolate Prata. Beside plaster prata, i will recommend Milky prata too.
For those normal traditional prata, plain or egg prata, this shop offer an extra large egg prata to their customers. Customers will get to eat the egg, which is at the center of the prata, you are also able to eat the crispy sides of the prata at both ends. Chewy and crispy combinations for the price of one. Very worth it.
The curry gravy which are served is usually fish curry which is unique. This is because other prata shop preferred to serve either chicken or mutton curry. But fish curry taste somewhat smoother and less thicker compare to the previous. In addition, onions, garlic and spices are added to cook this fish curry making the curry more fragrant. Whats more, you get to refill this wonderful gravy if you finished it before the prata!!
Teh Tarik is a hot Indian milk tea beverage. Its name is derived from the pouring process of "pulling" the drink during preparation. It is made from black tea, condensed milk and evaporated milk. They do serve cold too. But the taste will not be that wonderful. By drinking hot, you will be able to taste the tea and the combination of the tea and the milk mixing around you tongue. Simply wonderful.
Opening Hour: 7am - 12 Midnight
Blk E, Stall 2, 180 Ang Mo Kio
Nanyang Polytechnic, Avenue-8
Blk 340, #01-1679
Ang Mo Kio Avenue-1
Spending: Around $10 per person depend of the food that you ordered