The stall, aptly named Ga-Hock Roti Prata, is surprisingly operated by both a Chinese and Indian uncle. The former takes order and collect payment while the latter kneads and flip, well, pratas.

I believe the Prata here is very close to Malaysia's version of roti canai. The fish curry, for one, tasted very different from the usual.

Sambal is available here for a little top-up. I believe it is 50¢ for a saucer.

The pricing here is a little steep, unfortunately. A plain prata goes for $1.50 while one with egg is $2.20.

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