Mr Prata, located near Evans Lodge and a stone’s throw from the Botanic Gardens, churns out prata and rich curries to many a hungry soul in need of a 4am food-fix. The modest alfresco-dining establishment may be lacking comfort, but makes up for it with its diverse menu and brisk service. At the last count, more than 40 prata festooned the menu, complemented by both meat and vegetarian curry dishes from all over India, naan bread from the tandoor, and Singaporecentric fusions (see Mee & Meehoon Mix Goreng). Wash it all down with a manly Milo Godzilla and you’ll be complete – at least till tomorrow, same time, same place.
I'm your regular customer always bought lunch from here. I sent someone to buy fish head curry. Was so hungry can't wait to eat with my homemade Chappathi. With full of regrets when I open up, it was not a usual fish head sold some where else. Fyi, I'm a cook myself. Your fish head turn out be wooden fish head (if I were to describe). That was very clear an overnight fish left over being fried and put in the curry and sold as what you called "A FISH HEAD CURRY". In future, please give the fresh ones cos we pay for it and it's NOT CHEAP for a small fish head cost at S$10.00. It's not the money that matters. It's the quality that matters most. Please improve before more and more of your customers will run away. Very bad food quality.
Posted on Thu 08 Dec 2011 14:31:45
Seah said: “Lousy Service ”
Not enough onions with Indian Rojak so asked for more. To my surprise, they say it's chargeable. Come on, it's not the 20 cents or 30 cents that they are charging but Indian Rojak without onions? Any other stalls in Singapore would have just asked you how much you want!
Anyway the food wasn't great and so I commented that I will not come back again and guess what??? The guy said:"It's OK!"
What superb attitude? For those who want to have lousy food and equally bad service, please go visit them!