´╗┐Halal-Muslim


Food compliant with the Muslim way of preparation and cooking. Includes halal food of various ethnic groups including Indians, Arabs, Pakistanis, Indonesians, Thais and even the Straits Chinese (Peranakan).

For a comprehensive list of air-conditioned halal eateries, see our halal fastfood outlets and restaurants page.

Evertop Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

Categories: Chinese, Chicken Rice, Hainanese, Halal-Muslim

Located at #01-259 Moved ! Now at Block 354, Clementi Avenue 2. (Old address: Beng Sin Eating House, Block 46-1 Commonwealth Drive (near Tanglin Halt Market & Food Centre))., Singapore 120354
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Thanks to a tip-off reader Rehana, I realized this shop has moved out of their old Tanglin Halt 46-1 address (probably in Dec 2006). Remember to check out their new location and see if the food is still as good !
Tel:6774-1353.
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NM Abdul Rahim (From Shenton Way)

Ayer Rajah (West Coast) Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre is situated near the junction of West Coast Road and West Coast Drive, beside the Jamiyah Nursing Home and opposite a Chinese temple.
Ayer Rajah Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre is home to many Muslim halal food stalls including the famous 'from Shenton Way' mutton soup and mee goreng stalls.

Categories: Malay, Noodles, Halal-Muslim

Located at #01-60 Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Block 503 West Coast Drive, Singapore 120503
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This stall is popular for its mee goreng (fried noodles).
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A Rashid Khan Mutton Soup Stall (From Shenton Way)

Ayer Rajah (West Coast) Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre is situated near the junction of West Coast Road and West Coast Drive, beside the Jamiyah Nursing Home and opposite a Chinese temple.
Ayer Rajah Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre is home to many Muslim halal food stalls including the famous 'from Shenton Way' mutton soup and mee goreng stalls.

Categories: Malay, Mutton Soup (Indian Muslim), Halal-Muslim

Located at #01-58 Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Block 503 West Coast Drive, Singapore 120503
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Niqqi's The Cheese Prata Shop

Categories: Indian, Roti Prata, 24hrs, Halal-Muslim

Located at 18 Clementi Road (off Kent Ridge Bus Terminal), Singapore 129747
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Teh tarik and a range of the usual and creative prata dishes are available at this row of food shophouses popular with NUS students and west coast residents. Next to Niqqi's is a nasi lemak coffeeshop well-frequented by night birds as well.
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AR & H Chicken Rice C*

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Chicken Rice, Malay

Located at #01-5134 Block 2, Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150002
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HDB block beside SAFRA Bukit Merah.
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Casa Bom Vento

Categories: Peranakan Nonya, Halal-Muslim

Located at Relocated to new address (2007): 32 Seah Street (formerly 467 Joo Chiat Road.), Singapore 188388
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This Peranakan restaurant offers a fusion of Nonya and Straits Eurasian / Portuguese food. They've now re-located from Joo Chiat to Seah Street, which is the small street beside the Raffles Hotel and opposite the Bras Basah Complex. Opens 11am to 8:30pm (last order). Tel: 6348-7786.
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Sarabat Stall (no name, opposite Kampong Glam Cafe)

Sarabat stall at Baghdad Street
The unnamed sarabat stall along Baghdad Street.
Sarabat stall at Baghdad Street
A lazy afternoon, everybody's 'chilling out' with their cup of tea. In the background is Kampong Glam Cafe - more glam than this sarabat stall for sure.

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, Sarabat

Located at 21 Bussorah Street. (Along and at junction with Baghdad Street), Singapore 199439
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One of the oldest surviving milk tea (sarabat) stalls in town. This stall still sells its full glass of milk tea for 60 cents !
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Sri Bistari

Sri Bistari Golden Mile
Sri Bistari is located at the basement of Golden Mile Food Centre in Beach Road
ayam penyet
Ayam penyet - a chicken thigh-wing that is pummelled to loosen the meat from the bones
ayam penyet
Ah ha ! Murder most fowl - a closer look at the poor piece of smashed up chicken meat

Categories: Indonesian, Halal-Muslim, Malay, Chicken Rice

Located at #B1-31 Golden Mile Food Centre, 505 Beach Road, Singapore 199583
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This is the Golden Mile (Beach Road) hawker centre branch of the Sri Bistari chain of ayam penyet (smashed fried chicken), which is an Indonesian (the owner of Sri Bistari reportedly first discovered the dish in Batam) version of chicken rice where a chicken thigh/wing is pummelled and served on a wooden board with a sweet chilli paste and vegetables. It seems the hype over this dish, starting from the end of last year(2006), has died down somewhat. The verdict: a pretty average fried chicken and passable rice to go with it. The best part was actually the chilli paste, which was spicy yet sweet and had a tinge of garlicky flavour (another of my fav. spices). Update May 2007:On a second trip here, my friend and I both agreed that the standard (specifically the fried chicken) has dropped and is now barely passable. Nope, pummelling a not-so-tasty fried chicken thigh/wing isn't going to make it taste any better. Let's hope they do something about the quality of the chicken. I'd hate to see this dish disappear from the Singapore food scene.
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Sakunthala's Restaurant

Sakunthala's Restaurant
Sakunthala's Restaurant is located in a very busy part of the very busy Dunlop Street.

Categories: Indian, Thosai, Halal-Muslim

Located at 151 Dunlop Street, Singapore 209466
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Tucked away in a very busy street in Little India, this restaurant has neighbouring shops selling everything from fresh vegetables to Indian music CDs. Further down the street, you can find the Prince of Wales backpacker's pub/hostel and other backpacker's motels.
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A M Mohamed Haniffa Hot & Cold Drinks

Tekka Market and Food Centre
Tekka Centre comprises a market and food centre. It is located next to the busy road junction of Sungei Road and Serangoon Road, opposite the Tekka Mall shopping centre.
Tekka Market and Food Centre
Tekka Centre has a good mix of Chinese, Malay and Indian food. Walk further into the centre, and you'll find the wet market selling meats, seafood, spices and fresh vegetables

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Sarabat, Teh Tarik

Located at #01-320 Tekka Market and Food Centre, Block 665 Buffalo Road, Singapore 210665
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This is one among the many stalls that serve masala tea (chai masala) in Tekka Food Centre. I've tried a few stalls but this one is my preferred. The tea comes with a generous scoop of masala powder and isn't too sweet unlike that from stall #01-327. In total, I counted 4 drinks shops - #320, 322, 325 and #327 - all selling teh masala and ginger tea (teh halia) within the same row of stalls. This must undoubtedly be Singapore's Masala Tea Row ! The other shops in the row are all halal food stalls selling mutton soup, chicken/mutton bryani, mutton chops, tulang (mutton bone with marrow), roti prata, Indian rojak and other local Malay/Indian dishes. Just this row of hawker stalls alone makes it worth your while to visit Tekka Market & Food Centre.
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Azmi Muslim Restaurant, Chapati (Norris Road).

Categories: Indian, Chapati, Halal-Muslim

Located at Thye Chong Restaurant, 170 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 218052
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This shop is located at an old dingy coffeeshop at the corner of Norris Road and Serangoon Road, and seems to have been operating forever. Seeing the crowd here gives you an indication of the popularity of the chapatis here, and they sure didn't seem to mind the environment !
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Md Ghani Mutton Soup Specialist

Md Ghani Mutton Soup Specialist
Md Ghani Mutton Soup Specialist is two units away from Razack's stall
sop tulang
The standard bowl of mutton soup (sop tulang isi) costs $3.50 with a plate of french loaf bread

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Mutton Soup (Indian Muslim), Soups

Located at #01-1167B Upper Boon Keng Rd Mkt and Hawker Centre, Blk 17 Upper Boon Keng Rd, Singapore 380017
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You can order a range of mutton soups here including sop kaki(leg bone) and sop lidah(tongue). The sup tulang (or sop tulang as the stall spells it) here tastes just right - not too thick or strong on the mutton smell, nor too watery - with a smooth texture and not very oily. I wasn't able to discern much difference between this stall's and the other (Razack's) two units away. It could well be that both stalls use the same recipes and methods of cooking, almost as if their bowls of mutton soup were served from the same big pot !
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M. Abdul Razack Stall Soup Kambing

M Abdul Razack Stall Soup Kambing
M Abdul Razack Stall is found at the front part of the Upper Boon Keng Road Food Centre
Mutton soup with bread
Abdul Razack's mutton soup gets served out of a humongous pot but manages to maintain its quality

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Mutton Soup (Indian Muslim), Hawker

Located at #01-1167D Upper Boon Keng Rd Mkt and Hawker Centre, Blk 17 Upper Boon Keng Rd, Singapore 380017
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Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant

Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant
Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant is at a shophouse along Changi Road opposite the junction with Telok Kurau.
Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant (aircon)
It actually occupies 2 shop units, one of them being air-conditioned.
Changi Road - Telok Kurau junction eateries
Across the road, there is no lack of eateries as well. One of the more well-known, for Indian curry fish head, is Thondamans Restaurant.
fried calamari (sotong) rings
Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant's generous serving of fried calamari (sotong) rings

Categories: Zhi Char, Chinese, Crab, Seafood, Halal-Muslim

Located at 303 Changi Road (near Lorong Sarina)., Singapore 419781
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This halal zhi-char (Chinese-style ala carte stir-fried dishes) eatery used to be located at Tampines Telepark building where it had a popular following. They've since moved to this shophouse along Changi Road next to a pet provisions shop. One of the few halal coffeeshop-style zhi-char eating places.
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Nam San

Nam San Mackerel Otah
Nam San Mackerel Otah
Nam San Mackerel Otah
Nam San Mackerel Otah
Nam San Mackeral Otah
Most of the otah varieties cost about $1 each.

Categories: Nasi Lemak (Halal Malay), Otah, Halal-Muslim

Located at 267 Joo Chiat Road., Singapore 427521
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This shop is famous for their mackeral otah and banana leaf nasi lemak. Provides more than 8 types of otah including non-spicy(white meat), fish roe, prawn, sotong, Thai (extra spicy), mackeral, vegetarian, big prawn (seasonal) and crayfish (seasonal). Islandwide delivery (free for $60 and above). Tel:6345-5542.
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AB & ABC Restaurant

AB & ABC Restaurant
AB & ABC Restaurant is at a corner shophouse of Joo Chiat Road and Duku Road.
AB & ABC Restaurant
You can get a range of Malay-Indian food and snacks here.
masala tea
Not your usual teh tarik - try the masala tea (teh masala or masala chai) which is made with a blend of spices including cloves and cinnamon.

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Nasi Bryani, Roti Prata, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Mutton Soup (Indian Muslim)

Located at 365 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427610
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This is a cozy Indian-Muslim tea and makan place nestled among the shophouses of Joo Chiat. One of the few roti-prata-teh joints that serve masala tea (chai) in Singapore.
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Glory Catering

Glory Catering Katong
Glory Catering's restaurant outlet at Katong near the junction of Joo Chiat Road and East Coast Road.
Glory Catering Katong
The shopfront displays a wide range of kuehs, agar-agar, coconut pastries and snacks.

Categories: Cakes and Pastries, Nasi Padang, Peranakan Nonya, Malay Kueh, Popiah, Halal-Muslim

Located at 139 East Coast Road., Singapore 428829
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This is the Katong outlet and restaurant of Glory Catering which makes a wide range of traditional confections, kuehs, and festive snacks. The shop is a mini-restaurant (air-con) where you can savour nasi padang and curries. The front of the shop displays and sells a wide range of fresh kuehs, agar-agar (seaweed jelly), glutinous rice dumplings (bak chang) and packaged festive cookies and snacks (peanut biscuits, pineapple tarts, egg rolls and tarts etc). All the food is halal including the bakchang, so you only get chicken meat in the meat version of the dumplings.
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Satay Sejati

mutton and chicken satay
Here you see 10 sticks each of mutton and chicken satay. Each stick is $0.40.

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Satay,

Located at #01-23 Haig Road Food Centre, Block 14, Haig Road., Singapore 430014
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This stall serves up a good portion of meat with each stick of satay ($0.40 each). The meat is seasoned and marinated with an interesting blend of spices of which I could discern tamarind(I think) and lemongrass. This is supposed to be in an Indonesian style of preparation, and is not over-grilled unlike most other satay stalls. Because of this, the meat is tender and maintains its amazing juiciness so if you're not careful, the juice could drip unexpectedly onto your clothes!
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Sri Sujana

Changi Village Market and Food Centre
Changi Village Market & Food Centre up ahead, as seen when walking in from Changi Village Road
Changi Village Market & Food Centre
Changi Village Market and Food Centre Block 2, where most of the food stalls are located.
Sri Sujana (Nasi Lemak)
Sri Sujana is one International Food Stall's worthy competitors and located diagonally oppposite them.
nasi lemak
Sri Sujana's nasi lemak gives the other stalls a good run for their money

Categories: Hawker, Nasi Lemak (Halal Malay), Halal-Muslim

Located at #01-54 Changi Village Market & Food Centre, Blk 2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002
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This stall was one of the first competitor to be located close to International Food Stall (IFS). It is diagonally opposite IFS and sells its nasi lemak set for $2 vs IFS's $2.50. I think it's quality is in fact on par with (or even better than) IFS's.
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International Food Stall

Changi Village Market and Food Centre
Changi Village Market & Food Centre up ahead, as seen when walking in from Changi Village Road
Changi Village Market & Food Centre
Changi Village Market and Food Centre Block 2, where most of the food stalls are located.
International Food Stall (Nasi Lemak)
International Food Stall occupies a corner unit in Changi Village Food Centre

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Nasi Lemak (Halal Malay), Hawker

Located at #1-57 Changi Village Market & Food Centre, Blk 2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002
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This stall is one of the most popular nasi lemak stalls in Changi Village. Expect long queues during meal times. There are three other competitors within its vicinity of six adjacent units !
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Mizzy's Corner

Changi Village Market and Food Centre
Changi Village Market & Food Centre up ahead, as seen when walking in from Changi Village Road
Changi Village Market & Food Centre
Changi Village Market and Food Centre Block 2, where most of the food stalls are located.
Mizzy's Corner
Mizzy's Corner is next to Sri Sujana, another nasi lemak stall and opposite the famous International Stall.
nasi lemak
Mizzy's nasi lemak comes in a large bowl-like plate (or is it plate-like bowl ?) with lotsa chilli gravy.

Categories: Hawker, Nasi Lemak (Halal Malay), 24hrs, Halal-Muslim

Located at #01-55 Changi Village Market & Food Centre, Blk 2 Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002
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Another competitor to International Food Stall (IFS). It is diagonally opposite IFS and next to Sri Sujana, also a nasi lemak stall. The quality of the nasi lemak here is quite good as well, and lunch time sees office staff from the nearby airport/cargo complexes and aviation parks ordering take-aways of tens of packets. $2.50 gets you a rather large bowl-like plate of coconut-flavoured rice and a meaty chicken wing with a generous dollop of fragrant chilli sauce !
The stall is open 24hrs, which seems to be the only one to do so among the Changi Village nasi lemak stalls.
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Bismillah Sarabat Stall

Changi Village Market and Food Centre
Changi Village Market & Food Centre up ahead, as seen when walking in from Changi Village Road
Changi Village Market & Food Centre
Changi Village Market and Food Centre Block 2, where most of the food stalls are located.
Bismillah Sarabat Stall
Bismillah Sarabat Stall is the only teh tarik stall open in the pre-dawn hours at Changi Village Food Centre

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, Cakes and Pastries, 24hrs, Sarabat

Located at #01-68 Changi Village Market & Hawker's Centre, Block 2, Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002
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Not exactly 24 hours, but this stall opens around 4am everyday till late at night. A fishball noodle stall opposite them is one of the few other food stalls at this hawker centre that were open at 5am when I visited on a weekday.
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Suriya Curry House / Banana Leaf Restaurant

Suriya Banana Leaf Restaurant
Get your nasi brani, roti prata and teh tarik here.
Suriya Banana Leaf Restaurant
Strict house rules ! Suriya is open 24 hours daily except Friday noon-2pm for prayers
bee hoon goreng
Bee hoon goreng with egg. Slurpz !

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Roti Prata

Located at 536A Upper Serangoon Road., Singapore 534552
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Al-Madinathul Munawwara Restaurant

Al-Madinathul Munawwara
Al-Madinathul Munawwara at Yio Chu Kang Road - or what I call YAPP (yet another prata place)

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Roti Prata

Located at 176-178 Yio Chu Kang Road., Singapore 545626
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This spacious 24hr prata/teh-tarik place is located at a stretch of Yio Chu Kang Road near the junction with Serangoon Garden Way. This one has a corner stall that sells satay and halal bbq seafood. You'll be spoilt for choice in this area as there are at least 3 other round-the-clock prata/Indian food eateries beside this one. The main grouse here is that there aren't much proper parking lots (double-yellow) at this stretch, although the TP tends to leave this relatively quiet place alone.
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Casuarina Curry

Casuarina Curry Prata Menu
A long long time ago... in a galaxy far far away....there was a mind-boggling range of pratas...
Casuarina Curry Murtabak Menu
A wide range of murtabak options !
Casuarina Curry Nasi Mee Beehoon Goreng Menu
Goreng once, goreng twice, goreng 26 times !

Categories: Indian, Roti Prata, Halal-Muslim

Located at 136/138 Casuarina Road., Singapore 579524
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Teh tarik, murtabak and thosai(dosai).
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Al-Ameen Eating House

Cheong Chin Nam Road
Cheong Chin Nam Road - definitely the most popular food street this side of Upper Bukit Timah
Al-Ameen Eating House
Al-Ameen Eating House is near the junction with Chun Tin Road not far from the big public carpark
Al-ameen menu1
Al-ameen's Thai Muslim seafood menu
Al-ameen menu2
Al-ameen's Thai Muslim seafood menu 2
tehcino bing
Tehcino bing (cappucino-style iced tea with milk)

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Zhi Char, Seafood, Roti Prata

Located at 2 Cheong Chin Nam Road., Singapore 599727
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Situated along Upper Bukit Timah Road, opposite Beauty World Plaza, this popular 24-hour prata and teh tarik place also serves Thai-style Muslim halal seafood dishes as well as Chinese-style zhi-char dishes. There is an in-door air-conditioned room but it's usually stuffy when fully seated. This chain has expanded to a few other places but I'm not sure if they're still operating at those locations.

Food quality is generally decent and above average - although I admit I've not even covered 10% of what they offer in the menu. The range is quite amazing and impressive, though I wonder how the kitchen keeps up stock and quality given such a wide range. But lest we forget, they ARE the *biggest* eatery on this road.
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The Prata Place

roti bomb
The dish seen here is a 'roti bomb' which is a prata with ingredients tasting like a mix of condensed milk, margarine and banana ! It's not in the menu and will set you back by $1.50 - overpriced in my opinion.

Categories: Indian, Roti Prata, Halal-Muslim

Located at Springleaf Garden, 1 Thong Soon Avenue, Singapore 787431
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Situated at a corner shophouse in a quiet suburb off Upper Thomson Road, this (mainly) air-conditioned prata joint offers teh tarik, murtabak and a range of thosai(dosai) from plain to cheese to mushrooms. Of course, you get the usual pratas(plain, and various combos of cheese, onion and egg) and some innovations, like the prata bomb. Limited seats are available outside too (for smokers).
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Thasevi Food

Thasevi Jalan Kayu Roti Prata
Thasevi Food Original Roti Prata - still looks a lot like it used to over the years.

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Rojak (Indian), Roti Prata

Located at 237-239 Jalan Kayu., Singapore 799461
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I've not been frequenting this prata place since a few years back (~2005) because I somehow started liking the others at Casuarina Road (Shibly's my fav btw). Boy was I shocked when I came on a Sunday evening (~10pm) in March 2007. First thing that surprised me was the lack of a crowd. Only when I proceeded to order did I realize the teh tarik here is selling for $1 ! And that was before the GST increase in July'07 ! Another gripe is that you have to queue up to order and pre-pay at the counter - don't complain folks, no service charge here ! Stay tuned for my next update on this shop, maybe next year (2008) or 2009.
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Thohirah Restaurant

Thohirah Restaurant Jalan Kayu Prata
Thohirah Restaurant, the other Jalan Kayu prata place.
roti prata egg
Roti prata kosong and roti prata egg with the usual teh tarik

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Nasi Bryani, Roti Prata

Located at 258 Jalan Kayu., Singapore 799487
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This is the other major prata shop at Jalan Kayu. A decent place for a decent piece of prata, but not exactly one that I'll go out of the way for (and it IS out of the way unless you live nearby in Jalan Kayu, Yio Chu Kang Road or the recently populated Sengkang East / Fernvale HDB estates. There's an LRT station (Fernvale) nearby, probably 10 minutes' walk or more away. And it seems a future one (Thanggam) will be even closer. Go figure.
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