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321 Clementi Avenue 3
#01-12 321 Clementi
Singapore 129905

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Sunday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
07:30am - 10:30pm

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Prata Alley, an Indian Muslim restaurant. Ambience was nice plus with air conditioned added comfort. Service was impeccable and staffs were friendly, always greet with a smile when step in. The Combo Chop comes with generous amount of maggi, chicken chops, criss-cut fries and a sunny-side up. The maggi has a good "wok hei" and taste pretty good. The fried chicken chop itself was crispy beyond belief without being oily. Overall the potion is good with price also reasonable. The menu was extensive so you definitely have something you enjoy.

I had a cashback voucher from Prata Alley so decided to order the Nasi Goreng Kampong for supper. I got a whiff of the potent chili (bottom right hand corner of pic) once I opened the box. It looked pretty nondescript but boy, did it pack a punch. Fortunately I’m quite the spice fiend or it could be too overpowering for those who can’t handle too much heat. The fried rice was cooked with long beans, carrots, onions, chives, egg and topped with an oozy sunny side up and two slices of cucumber. It also came with fish crackers which could be fresher. Overall I enjoyed my supper as the nasi goreng kampong was moist and flavourful and the crispy ikan bilis added enough crunch. Yums.

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I enjoyed Prata Alley’s bee hoon goreng Ikan bilis and kway teow goreng seafood so thought I would try the other dishes on its menu. But my latest encounter with Prata Alley proved to be rather uneventful. I ordered the mutton chop and sardine murtabak this time. The murtabak looked rather unappealing when I opened the packet as it lacked the golden brown colour normally seen on murtabak. I had hoped the flavours would make up for the lack of aesthetics. Unfortunately the sardine filling was completely bland to the point of I could hardly even taste the sardine. All I could taste was the thick doughy texture of the murtabak. They should have added sliced red chili to the sardine filling to make it more palatable. Maybe they should take a leaf out the sardine epok epok’s book where the sardine filling is usually moist and spicy with onions and red chili. The mutton chop in the pic looked a mess because it was completely concealed by the blanket of fries and I had to dredge up the mutton for the purpose of this pic haha. The fries were obviously piled on top to retain its crispness. The dish also came with a sunny side up egg, cucumber and tomato slices. This was my first time trying mutton chop and I found it too gamey for my tastebuds. This was rather surprising to me as I love western style lamb chops. Maybe I should stick to the rice and noodle dishes at Prata Alley next time.

From this relatively new Prata shop replacing the former space of Blackball with a hipster decor theme (think brick and cemented walls, wooden furniture and benches with pillows to cuddle) named Prata Alley at CityVibe beside Clementi Mall. Went for one of their signature Prata — Cheese & Egg Prata comes with egg in the same form you would expect in an egg Prata and melted mozzarella cheese (they use mozzarella cheese for all their cheese Prata); think stretchy melted cheese that gives a little pulling tension to the Prata to reveal stringy strands. Sinful but definitely worth the calories. Garlic Prata isn't one of the recommended ones on the menu but it satisfies my cravings for pungent tasting Prata — fried shallots aplenty wrapped in the rectangular Prata. It is worth noting that the Prata here are generally thinner than most; nearly crepe-like but it's more for those who prefer to pull their Prata apart with a fork and spoon — definitely not the crispy sort. The accompanying curry can be a little watery for some, but it does give a good, bright and tangy spiciness if one isn't too picky. If you do mind however, go for the Curry Chicken ala-carte on the side to complement — its thicker, richer and way more savoury though almost the same level of spiciness (it's mild to moderate for me) as the accompanying curry that comes with the Prata. The chicken may not be the most juicy, succulent and tender, but definitely serviceable and helps if you do need something meaty on the side along with the Prata.

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finally f0und an0ther prata sh0p selling this but it just doesn't taste like what i tried f0r the 1st time…
their egg prata was g00d th0ugh, perhaps try 0ther types next time 😜
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Just like any other prata shop they have varieties of Indian cuisines. I kinda liked the briyani and the chicken is so soft👍🏻Recommended

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