December 22, 2009

Riyadh Muslim Food

Located in an industry park, a number of this canteen’s patrons are factory workers who are seeking a quick bite. Being a blur sotong, I forgot to request for my prata to be freshly made on the spot as advised during my first visit.
Ever twisted your cutlery trying to tear your prata into bite-size pieces? You won’t face this problem here. It was crispy, fluffy and outstandingly flaky, meeting all the hallmarks of a good prata. More of these please!
During my second visit, one of my two pratas (this time round, they're freshly made) veered towards slightly doughy, chewy side though. At just 70 cents each for the kosong (plain) version, I will definitely pop over for a stellar prata fix when I have the time!

Perhaps due to the low human traffic, the curry that was served along with the prata wasn’t warm enough. After having some of my prata with sugar too- a childhood practice of mine, since I was intolerant of spicy foods when I was younger- I concluded that I prefer to have my prata by itself! How about you?

Riyadh Muslim Food
Blk 32, Defu Lane 10
Stall 12, Soon Soon Lai Eating House
Opening hours: 6.30am to 7pm daily, closed on the last Wednesday of each month

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