Roti Prata @ S.M. Aisha at Food Canopy Botanical Gardens on 28Dec2014

roti prata gosong

roti prata gosong

family went food canopy @ botanical gardens on 28.12.2014. 🙂

roti prata gosong

roti prata gosong

muslim food stall @ food canopy BG

muslim food stall @ food canopy BG

we had roti prata at the muslim food stall S.M. Aisha. each of us had 2 prata gosong. son added a egg prata as well.

total for 4pax for 8 gosong + 1 egg prata = S$7.80.

last 2 times prata here was very good.

this time was ok but not as good. for me, whether crispy or doughy, most important is the taste. today it’s so so. daughter said recently she went back to mr prata, & it was good. these food do vary a bit.

c.h.e.f andy

Cheap Good Prata & Mutton @ Mr Prata on 18Sep2013

roti prata - 2 for S$2.20

roti prata – 2 for S$2.20

wanted to have some good prata. also recalled that mr prata served very good mysore mutton, which i much preferred over mutton curry, i took a short drive to evans road & had a cheap meal at mr prata. 🙂

mysore mutton - S$4.50

mysore mutton – S$4.50

mysore mutton - S$4.50

mysore mutton – S$4.50

roti prata - 2 for S$2.20

roti prata – 2 for S$2.20

prata gosong came in pairs – 2 for S$2.20. it was very good, fresh prata can seen from the photos. 🙂 this was the doughy version though some might prefer the crispy version eg at 6th avenue coffeeshop.

the mysore mutton was S$4.50 & enough for 2pax really. it was tender & tasty. compare this with the S$12.90++ rogan gosht we had at jade of india recently (which was not good). i liked it over mutton curry which usually comes in a larger piece of mutton instead of diced cubes & often not as tender.

the whole meal include S$0.20 for iced water came to S$6.90. i looked at the menu a bit & the prices were a bit more ex than coffeeshops but a lot cheaper than restaurants. biryani were S$6 and dum biryani (meat cooked inside the rice & the version served at restaurants) were S$8. garlic naan though was expensive at S$3 about restaurant prices. butter chicken & chicken tikka masala were like S$5. chicken tikka kebabs S$8. the murtaba looked ex at $6 i guess if c/w coffeeshops. though prata gosong is cheaper at 6th avenue (i think maybe still 2 for S$1.60) they were a lot smaller & often either not fresh or long queue. anyhow i had not eaten there for a very long time so not really sure. 🙂

maybe will suggest to my G8 friends to have dinner here. 🙂

c.h.e.f andy