Prata time

The eating places in the row of shophouses at Thomson Road have become our latest eating haunt, after several visits to different restaurants here. The prices here are reasonable compared to restaurants in malls. Tonight it was roti prata. The prata itself was not outstanding but the curry chicken here was good. The teh tarik halia (ginger-spiced tea) was also good and when eating Indian food, the tea is as important as the main meal and has to be as good.

It certainly is a place that one can come back to again.

Meera’s Curry Banana Leaf Restaurant, 910-B Upper Thomson Raod, Singapore 787112. Tel: 6455 8267

Teh tarik

Roti prata with egg

Plain roti prata with chicken curry

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