ENAQ Restaurant (Jurong East)

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Closed on last Tuesday of every month *Halal suppliers

303 Jurong East Street 32
Singapore 600303

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07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

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It's the normal nasi goreng with minced mutton. The sauce was good, quite full of umami and has a nice heat. Decent amount of wokhei too, and surprisingly not too greasy. Rice was average

Absolutely delicious. Their rice was fluffy and I liked the mild but distinct spice. The mutton curry was good as ever and the small mutton chunks were even more tender than usual. Potato veg was full bodied yet lighter than the mutton so it's provides brief respite of heat yet continues the flavour bomb.

Their pratas might have deproved but the briyani is still smashing.

This was pretty good, the spices used were mild but tantalising

Quite well spiced, it's the kind that less umami but still good. Mutton was very tender too

Still the go-to place in my hood for some good ol' pratas, Enaq’s rendition is really one of my favourites. It is true that there are some issues with the consistency but I happened to go on a good day recently and it was pure crisp goodness. More squarish than the conventionally pratas, their kosong (plain) prata has those lovely tiny blisters which contribute to that charred dough flavour and not forgetting the buttery notes you get with each bite. Not overly doughy or greasy at all, the interior is also uber fluffy. Next up, the Egg Prata ($1.90) delivered almost the same crispiness from its exterior but with the added eggy fragrance. And what I love most is that their egg is distributed so evenly, thus the texture and taste are more balanced, unlike most which are usually spread in the middle causing it to be soggy.

This looked really promising but damn the crisp lasts wayyyy too short. I barely finished half the first piece, and I was alr rushing, and boom the crisp disappears. Probably don't expect ENAQ to be what it was anymore

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