Wonderful place for some plain, old-school prata! Prata is warm, savoury and crispy, super delicious! Curry is nice too, packed with flavours. Heard that the wanton noodle and breakfast bee hoon was also nostalgic and good, will revisit to try them.
Came for the muslim store with my mum. Takeaway for P2HA and we brought our own boxes to be more eco-friendly. The man selling nasi lemak, mee soto was friendly and nice; the lady selling the prata was less polite. Mum requested for dhal curry; passed it back to us and we asked again if it is indeed dhal. This is the first time we hear that dhal curry is not vegetarian and has mutton in it (my mum is a strict vegetarian). Suspicion that they didnt had enough and mixed, thinking Chinese customers can accept (correct me if I am wrong). Weather was hot and was frustrated but didnt want to make a scene. Gave away the curry to a neighbour, who said not bad.I applaud the brother who sold the nasi lemak (thanking him that he sold the nasi lemak to me; I think he wanted to keep it as his lunch/dinner), but the lady could fare better in terms of service and explanation. Mum came because of reading it up online and coming for the first time. Not the best first impression. Not coming again.Update: read up another article myself. Blame myself for not finding out more earlier before coming. Wishing the stallholder the best of luck.