Tamago Kake Gohan! Been wanting to try this out but need a really fresh egg. Thankfully we found this restaurant that is relatively new in Novena Square. This supposed to be a breakfast menu in Japan, but heck, I had it for dinner instead. It uses raw egg but it doesn’t taste like raw egg. So yummy! I added Negitoro as topping. The trendy way to eat this is to add all the condiments (furikake and soy sauce) and mix it together. The fluffy white egg gives a mushy texture to the rice. Maybe I would like it even more if the white egg was not whipped (the traditional one as seen on Japanese Drama lol).
When my friends found out that I moved to Thomson area, they told me about this roti prata house. It’s quite close to my place, around 10 mins walking at a normal pace (my standard of normal. Maybe you can reach it faster than me!). However, I have just visited this place 2 days ago during my 1.5 weeks since I moved here. Yup, I’m that lazy.
It was after the church morning mass when I felt very hungry and decided to walk to the shophouses nearby. I thought I wouldn’t get a place to sit but I did. They gave me the menu, HUGE variant of roti prata. I haven’t even finished reading the menu or decided yet when the guy came and asked me what my order is.
The menu is double-sided. One side has pictures, but not everything is there. The other side has the full menu. Their roti prata is special because it’s crispy. They claimed it as the best crispy roti prata. After pondering on the menu, I decided to order Prata Cheese and Teh Tarik.
They were delicious!! I should’ve ordered another one but I didn’t (which I regretted it after 1 hr because I was hungry again). The roti prata was crispy and tasty, especially when I dipped it in the curry. Yum!
After finished eating, I had to go to the cashier bringing the order paper to pay for my meal. I wanted to use NETS card but unfortunately, it is only allowed for payment minimum of S$10. Better prepare cash if you want to eat here.
Today, I went there again and ordered a plain roti prata. It simply the best roti prata ever. I highly recommend this place. Not just because it is a famous place, but because they have the crispiest roti prata with affordable price.
Have you tried this place as well? Which roti prata is your favorite? Let me know in the comment. Ciao!