A common dish at our local hawker centres and coffeeshops, but that doesn't mean a good prata is easily prepared. This is where Sin Ming Roti Prata stands out, as it serves consistently good, crispy and tasty prata. Definitely will go there whenever I can!
The plain roti prata is pure art. It has a slight crispy exterior while the inside is chewy and filled with sinful buttery fragrance. Personally i prefer my prata with eggs but this is the one stall i will order my plain pratas diligently. Its not to say the egg pratas are bad, they are nice in their own way, but not as impressive as the plain ones as the addition of eggs took away its flake, crispy texture. The curry is where i lost it. I swear i've never tasted any thing that's ever come close, it is thick, aromatic and savory, infused with spices that i'll have trouble pronouncing and it a little more to the spicy side; not spicy enough to torch your tongue but enough for you to break a sweat. If you are a curry lover this will definitely satisfy you, for me this is the benchmark and it is hard to see anyone topping it anytime soon.
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