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A very old school coffee shop here at Kampong Glam that offer one of the best teh tarik. Milky but not so sweet.

$4 for 3 plain and 1 egg prata :)
$4.50 for one fried chicken drumstick!!! :(
Prata was good. Layers were very obvious. Almost like a croissant prata. Plain was much better than egg. Yummy!

Damn this is some juicy chicken. It's butter chicken but I haven't drizzled the butter goodness.
Personally, it was great even without the sauce.
Definitely worth coming again for this thang.

Now comes to the highlight of this stall other than coin prata. We asked Mr.Mohammed which murtabak we should go for (Chicken VS. mutton). Chicken murtabak is what he suggested. The murtabak skin is crispy in a polite way (no crackling sound) with plenty of onions and chicken strips. So fulfilling and delicious!! (not greasy at all as you won’t notice oil trace on the murtabak skin like some other places).🧐😄
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The murtabak is as usual come with sauce but you can level up with mutton curry if fancy. Wish we can try sweet prata but this will be a good dangling carrot for our next outing!! 😜

“When there is a will, there is a way”. Been here twice after trekking at Windsor Park but never quite make it as the stall is close by then. This time we arrive to the stall at 6 pm.😃
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Read so many reviews as the stall is famous for its pratas (some claims that the standard drops) but we so much appreciate hard work of the ‘main man’ 👨 Mr. Mohammed who is kind enough to let us observe how coin prata is made while we really feel the searing heat as we stood nearby the big griddle.
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From the start to the finish, stretching and folding the dough the “coin prata” $4 (mini fried flatbread) is well worth our spending. They were served with artistic touch (big coins in the middle)👌😁 making it look like 🌸 . The texture of coin prata we think is also spot on. It is crispy outside with soft dough inside. Dipping coin prata with curry dipping sauce and our Friday is completed!!! 👼

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Ordered 3 sets that was $16.50 in total. Super worth and very yummy. 10/10 would go again! Sadly didn’t have time to get the Masala Tea :(

So when Butter & Spice invited us to try authentic North Indian cuisine, we were not sure what to expect.
And we were pleasantly surprised. In fact, my reaction to B while tasting the dishes was exactly this: “Wow! This can be pretty good!”
The marination on the Tandoori Chicken was just right, and the meat was grilled to perfection.
The Aloo Gobi was pretty awesome too. The cauliflower and potato in a fragrant gravy went really well with the naan and rice.
We also had the Prawn Chatpata, where juicy prawns were soaked in a distinctive curry base that tasted both sweet and savoury.
If you are concerned about a surfeit of heavy-tasting dishes, order a Mango Lassi (mango, yogurt and milk, served chilled) to cleanse your palate, and you can be on your way to indulge in the food again.
Do also give the Masala Chai (masala spices, tea and milk) a try if you are looking for something stronger than the usual “teh tarik”.
Now I’m looking forward to having authentic Indian cuisine again 😋
Thanks to Butter & Spice for hosting us!

Tandoori Chicken (half) - $11.50
Aloo Gobi (set meal, comes with naan and a bowl of rice) - $10.00
Prawn Chatpata - $14.00
Mango Lassi - $2.90
Masala Chai - $1.50

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Great sinful crispy pratas and decent drinks! Just hard to get to...

For a slightly more common fare but undoubtedly done well - the Bhaji onion rings (which are the only onions I’ll happily eat), was well-seasoned, and the batter was so light and crisp as it should be.

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Best in class. It's the fluffy kind but had the perfect chew that a crispy lover like me cannot deny. It also had such flavour for a plain prata that made me question other prata makers.

Just a big piece of thin prata. Pointless if you wanna feel like you ate something.

Would highly recommend the prata here as it's so crispy on the outside and doughy on the inside!It's really Damn good!

Skip the thosai.Its too thick and the batter doesn't have that authentic thosai taste