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ENAQ Restaurant (Jurong East)

312 Wishlisted
~$5/pax
Closed on last Tuesday of every month *Halal suppliers

303 Jurong East Street 32
Singapore 600303

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Sunday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

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Slightly less disappointed than the previous experience, but it's really v different from the ENAQ I RMB.

This one had some parts reaching Mr and Mrs Mohgan level of crispiness and other parts lacking crisp completely

The one below was crispy probably when it was just cooked, but by the time it reached me it was only slightly crispy. The one on top was soggy, wasn't even properly crisped up. DK what went wrong today

Tender, if a bit diluted. Their mutton masala is much better

Gotta be honest, this isn't their best work. It's less crispy than usual, and I'll like to believe they made it on the spot just that service was slow(cos their egg Prata loses its crisp really quickly)

At 7pm at night on a weekday

2nd meal outside in phase 2, Prata was good as usual but I guess their previous sambal is never coming back. It tastes similar but it's more watery(less watery than the interim version)

Also known as “roti canai” in other parts of Southeast Asia, the Indian-influenced flatbread dish is usually served with curry or dal.

Roti means ‘bread’, and Prata or paratha means ‘flat’ in Hindi language.

It is South-Indian flat bread made by frying stretched dough flavoured with ghee (Indian clarified butter), typically served with fish or mutton curry.

However, you do find more creative savoury and sweet variations, filled with cheese, bananas, or even chocolate.

The prata is typically crispy outside and doughy inside, making it a flexible choice for breakfast, lunch, snack, or supper (I usually have it for breakfast or supper – it just tastes ‘better’.) Find out where you can find well-loved Roti Prata places in Singapore for you to dabao from: bit.ly/pratasg
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