Review: Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant (Singapore)

Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant: Mee Goreng Combo

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Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant

serves the usual Indian fare – roti prata, roti john, mee goreng, etc. Just ordinary.

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Mee Goreng Combo

The mee goreng combo comes with a serving of mutton chop, fries, fried egg, cucumber and tomato slices.

The mee goreng uses yellow noodles wok fried with mixed beans, some vegetables and egg, and is a little moist. The noodles is firm and springy with decent flavours and a little spicy.

The lightly salted fries is crispy and comes with chilli sauce added. The mutton chop is just chunks of mutton bits in a nicely flavoured sauce. The mutton is soft and meaty, but a little gamey.

This serving of mee goreng combo is rather ordinary but still decent.

Roti Prata

Various types of roti prata is served here with choice of mutton, chicken and fish curries.

The plain prata has a chewy dough and is fairly crispy outside. The egg prata likewise has a chewy dough with a soft egg filling and has mildly crispy edges. Both tastes decent.

The chicken curry is mildly spicy with a light chicken taste. The fish curry is slightly spicy and slightly limey with a faint note of fish taste. Both pairs rather well with the roti prata.

Roti John

The roti john uses a baguette that is pan fried with butter until its outsides are crispy. In between it is sandwiched with an egg omelette with chunky mutton bits and pieces of crunchy onions. There is a nice curry taste to it. The roto john is served topped with mayonnaise and sweet chilli sauce. Tastes decent.


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Al Fatthah Food Expo Restaurant

177 Toa Payoh Central

Singapore 310177


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