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Indian, Burpple Guides Best Places for Indian Food in Singapore 2016 With Deepavali around the corner, we're inspired to celebrate Indian food in all its glory in this week's guide! From out of this world, fun prata creations to a hidden banana leaf joint and dosas worth jostling for, we've travelled the island in search of Singapore's tastiest Indian food. Bring your friends, family, a huge appetite and start feasting!
Indian, Burpple Guides, Supper, Cheap & Good, Hawker Food 12 Best Prata, Briyani & Murtabak Love Indian food? So do we. Sometimes, nothing beats a perfectly crispy kosong prata, an oozing cheese mushroom prata, a steaming plate of mutton briyani, or a fully loaded chicken murtabak - all washed down with a cup of teh peng. Shiok.
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The old and almost archaic facade of this place is an absolute disguise imho. Why? Well, here I had one of the best pratas for now; crisp externally, nicely cooked and substantial on the inside.

On a second visit, we entered with ravenous tummies and got ourselves a full table compromising of what I would loosely define as “the whole suite of dishes you get at your favourite prata place (ranging from curries, noodles goreng, nasi briyani and here they have a North Indian selection of naan etc). Leaving completely satisfied, I was especially drawn to the butter chicken for probably its tender chicken chunks, but really that kick ass blend of a gravy that I crave as I write.

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Enjoyed eating the big chunk of chicken (fried beautifully btw!). Choices are affordable, will come back! (If we ever decide to come back to macritchie again 😂)

Went with the normal prawn mee option (compared to their signature big prawn that’s $8) and was glad that it still came with quite a generous serving of meat & 3 prawns. The meat isn’t the most tender around but it’s still tasty while the prawns were a tad overcooked and hence mushy. As for the broth, my memory is that it used to be more flavorful. There were hints of prawn and pork but not as strong as I would have liked, but it was elevated by the addition of onions.
📍Noo Cheng Adam Road Big Prawn Mee, Adam Road Food Center, 2 Adam Road

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For this year's Deepavali, Chef Mural continues to keep with tradition and will be presenting a “Journey Through India”, where his special menu will highlight each region’s specialities.
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The dishes are prepared using clay pots and outdoor wood-fire burning stoves for that traditional countryside dining experience.
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These are some highlights from the dinner:
* Nagaland Bamboo Shoot Chicken (North-eastern India), which is a hearty, flavourful broth that is a staple of the mountainous regions;
* Spinach with Pressed Cottage Cheese (North India), which is served with kasundi - a mustard and cashew sauce that is popular in Bengali cuisine.
* Coorg Mangalorean Fish (Karnataka, South-western India), which is a creamy curry-based dish of turmeric, tamarind and chillies that will complement the Bajra and Jwari rotis, freshly toasted traditional Indian flatbreads (Rajasthan, North India).
* Misti Dohi (Western India), which is a sweet, chilled yogurt fashioned as a crème brûlée to complete the meal.
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This menu is available during lunch and dinner from 3 to 10 November 2018 at $79++ per pax. A vegetarian option is also available.
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Classic hot Milo & aromatic smooth coffee.
Sip, relax and chit chat.

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Slow fire pan fried thin crust, savoury minced chicken meat, dipped the curry and chomp away!
Satisfying portion!

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Deep fried crispy chicken wing, juicy meat inside.
These were shared and cleared quickly.
Yummy!

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Simple plain prata from the hot pan.
2 pieces for the bowl of curry was just about right.

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Deep fried crispy ikan bilis, ikan kuning, slice of otah & fried egg.
Fluffy coconut infused rice and tasty chilli paste.

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If you’re at this Michelin Guide Singapore Bib Gourmand restaurant serving North Indian cuisine with a group of folks, it’s the perfect chance to try their platter (good for 4 pax, featured).
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It serves their signature items including Malai Kebab, Chicken Tikka, Mutton Seekh Kebab, Murg Pudina and Fish Tikka. The latter is my favourite - marinated to perfection, slightly charred with a smoky tinge and flavourful overall.
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📍Zaffron Kitchen
135/137 East Coast Road
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Meal hosted by @zaffron_kitchen and @florencesjah. #indianfood #indian #tikka #fish #chicken #tandoori #mutton #kebab #foodsg #sgfood #instasg #foodiesg #sgfoodie #exploresingapore #singaporeinsiders #sgcafe #cafesg #instatravel #foodiegram #burpple #wishuponatart_eats

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Fortunately, these rumours were quashed, thanks to the information shared by @bibikgourmand, that the couple were just merely relocating to a new coffeeshop. Their previous location is still a prata stall but not using the original recipe at all. Hence, the legacy continues as both Mr and Mrs Mohgan brings their prata over to Joo Chiat Road and we will have a few more years before they decide to retire for good if no one decides to take over the brand eventually.

Dropped by on a wet and rainy Sunday morning, thinking that it might be less crowded as most people would have just snuggle in bed and wake up for cafe brunch later. However, it was a good hour wait for my 2 kosong and 1 telur ($3.50) which I demolished in minutes. They still have two kinds of curry, the mutton and fish, which I opted for the fish and a side plate of sambal (its a reward if you managed to get a piece of anchovy in it) to go along with it. If you have had their pratas previously, it needs no introduction as everything was on point despite the throngs of people who were patiently waiting. For the impatient ones who constantly bugs the couple, please head elsewhere for your breakfast/lunch if you are not able to see that there’s only one Mr Mohgan kneading and flipping the pratas, and one Mrs Mohgan taking orders, washing the plates and preparing your curry. All in all, this is a hawker legend that does one of the best pratas in Singapore.
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Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Roti Prata
Address: 300, Joo Chiat Road, Tin Yeang Restaurant, Singapore 429356
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