Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Prata Place

This is like a off-the-road diner and it's popular for serving up prata for breakfast. Prata is dough fried on a girdle.

The Indian kitchen. I note a big pot on right (can't see in picture) with a sign which says soup kambing which is a mutton broth. That must be for lunch or dinner. There're Indian curries at the counter for you to order if you wish to order chicken or mutton pieces in your curry. If not you get a meatless curry as a dip for your prata.

We order the side of mutton curry. This is the prata kosong (or plain prata). You can order prata with fillings of cheese, chocolate, banana, etc if you so wish.

Here's another view of the exterior. It's nestled in the Springleaf Garden estate (1 Thong Soon Ave) which is along Upper Thomson Road.

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  1. That looks like a great place with yummy food.

  2. I would love to visit this place!
    I know to make a few varieties... but chocolate is unheard of. :)

  3. I never been there but some pratas are a bit too sweet for my taste!

  4. I think I would like the prata with cheese. Never had or heard of before. Nice post.


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