18 Jun '17, 2pm

How about having crispy prata for breakfast tomorrow?

We’ve wanted to try Chindamani Indian Restaurant’s prata ever since we came across rave reviews of their crispy prata. We were told that the queue on weekend mornings could get quite crazy, so we decided to have our breakfast here on a weekday morning. There was still a queue when we arrived around 9am, but it was manageable as the servers were quick and efficient. We ordered 4 kosong, 1 egg, 1 plaster, 1 egg and onion prata, and their signature chicken curry. The bill cost around $12. After trying the different variations of prata, we understood why customers queuing in front of us only ordered the kosong prata. It is the best among all. The prata dough had been kneaded well before it was cooked to a beautiful golden brown. It is thinner than the usual prata you get elsewhere, and very crispy indeed. The only downside is the lack of a buttery aroma. Remember to dip the pr...

Full article: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chindamani/

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