Nasi Goreng

I went to Mr Prata after working out at the gym a few weeks ago. Even though it was in a mall, the slack service made it seem more like a food court stall.

Nasi goreng means fried rice in Malay, but this was an Indian restaurant. It was spicy, but three weren’t any vegetables in the rice other than a few scallions. The fried chicken on the plate was decent. 

The masala dosai arrived ten minutes later. They had forgotten about my order, apparently. Worst of all, I recieved two servings of dhal and no coconut sambal. 

Mr Prata, located in the Kallang Wave shopping center was disappointing. I won’t return.