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Freshly fried and served warm! They were generous with the cheese and mayonnaise and the quality of them were good as well. Portion is huge and good for sharing arming 4-5 people.

This North Indian Biryani is so different from the usual I have. BUT IN A GOOD WAY OF COURSE! The rice is absolutely flavorful, fluffy and can even do without the curry. There were boneless chicken inside as well and the lazy old me is just so happy it is so๐Ÿฅนโ˜บ๏ธ Owner is also very nice and kind! Will definitely be back for more


Ordered 2 kosong pratas (S$2.60). This stall is known for their crispy prata It's freshly made served hot, and goes really well with curry. One of the best if you like paper thin crispy type. The center part was soft and chewy.

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Khairun Miyah Indian Muslim Food
Chang Cheng Food Court
201C Tampines St. 21
Singapore 523201

The egg and plain prata were good. Not leaning on the crispy side, these fluffy stretchy prata were still good in texture and served with excellent curry.
7 plain kosong and 1 egg prata with a Teh 0 and a Teh Tarik cost $16.50.

It was unfortunate that the staff was not well-versed with the use of Shopback vouchers and I was not able to use the vouchers I purchased. The staff needs to be adequately trained if these platforms were to be used.

Tried their Nasi Goreng ($5.90), added on extra chicken curry $0.50

The rice is fried with ikan bilis and other spices. It was a little spicy. A tad oily and salty. Came with fried egg and cucumber slices.

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Not too 'spicy' and sweet. My cup of tea ๐Ÿซ–

Had to dabao this home and it stayed crispy. Quite shiok

really delightful place with excellent service! can't remember how much everything was but i recall it was decently priced. the naan came in a larger than expected portion and was delicious, as were the palak paneer and briyani. however, felt a bit let down by the steamed momos (dumplings) because the skin was on the thicker side ):

pani puri was amazing bruhhh first time trying it i will always look out for this dish from now on. everything else was kinda meh although i'm an absolute hoe for the minty limey green sauce thing


This corner shop has changed a few times, and finally we have a new Indian restaurant right at the center of Chinatown.

Offering a wide range of Indian foods such as prata, murtabak, chapati and naan. I almost having hard time to decide what to order.

Since I need a fulfilling lunch so I went for the briyani. The mutton was super juicy and soft, pair with egg, achar, salad and cracker.

The curry also tasted great and spicy. Recommend to sit outdoor and enjoy the street vibe.


The coin prata set comes with 6 pcs of hot and fragrant coin prata that is crispy and crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. Whatโ€™s good about these coin prata is they werenโ€™t overly oily and their fish curry is good and savoury with a hint of sweetness and sourness. I like to have my prata the traditional way, dipping my kosong prata in sugar or a combination of sugar and curry.

Coin Set Butter ใ€‹$4