Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Springleaf Prata Place

After the walk, it's makan time and the place is near to The Rail Mall.


(1) Makan at Springleaf Prata Place


(2) Coffee is a must for me everyday, $1.20 a cup


(3) Gravy for the Roti Prata that i ordered


(4) Ordered a piece of Egg Prata ($1.90) and a Plain Prata ($1.10), i thought both the prata will come together, but first to come is the Egg Prata, and told me the Plain Prata will come later, usually the Egg Prata i had is square in shape, but here the shape is in rectangle.


(5) After a while, then the Plain Prata come

After the makan, it's continue to walk, which is another post.

22 comments:

  1. Good Afternoon Zumba Queen!

    Why so coincident? Yesterday my uncle took me to eat Roti Prata at the shops at Lower Pierce Reservoir area, next to a corner church.

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    1. Good Morning TM... Hot weather today...

      Coincident ya, hehe... Hope that you like the Roti Prata... :)

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  2. Now I can understand why you love to walk so much! The air is cleaner and the roads are safer.

    Come to Malaysia, you better bring a whistle and a parang when you walk alone. Wakakakaka

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    1. Must learn martial art first, before going to walk in Malaysia, whahhaha....

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  3. I love prata. I think we called it roti canai over here. Roti telur is my kids' favourite. Canai is the plain prata.

    For me, I must have tea. Not a coffee drinker.

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    1. We opposite ya, you drink tea, i drink coffee, hehe...

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  4. So long already I haven't eaten roti prata. Very nice dipped with curry gravy. When small, I liked to eat with sugar.

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    1. I don't take roti prata often... So happen to see this stall and crave for it...

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  5. What a coincidence! I just had roti canai with chicken curry this morning - we call roti prata that here. Post on it day after tomorrow.

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  6. I love plain roti prata dipped in curry gravy but cannot eat too often. Great to have coffee with roti prata!

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  7. 老板娘,来一杯香浓的teh tarik吧!呵呵~

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  8. I know Singaporean roti prata = Malaysian roti canai, but to be honest, I don't know which is the correct Indian name, roti canai or roti prata. It is a trivial thing and not important, but keeps me up some nights thinking about it...

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    1. Maybe different country, they have different ways in naming it...

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  9. Long time no eat roti prata liao!!

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    1. I seldom eat roti prata, only happen to see the shop, craving for it...

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  10. Now I know what to get you as a gift if we ever meet - coffee! ;)

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    1. Hope got chance to meet you in person, hehe...

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  11. Rectangular.. cute shape there.. and they look nice too!

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    1. Hardly i see rectangular shape, most of the time, i see square shape...

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