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Various types of roti prata are served at. KNS Restaurant. Above are the plain prata and egg prata.
The plain prata is crispy outside, and a chewy dough inside. Likewise for the egg prata, crispy outside with a chewy dough and soft egg filling. There is a slight tint of alkaline taste in the dough though, but still tastes decent. Comes served with a spicy curry sauce.
Various kinds of thosai is also available. Above is their egg thosai. The egg thosai is thin and slightly crispy, with an egg filling inside. Comes served with 3 different dipping sauces. Tastes nice.
Various types of fried noodles and fried rice is available as well. Above is their mee goreng. The mee goreng comes with the usual bits of vegetables, onions, cut chilli and mutton in a yellow noodles wok fried with egg and served with ketchep on the side. An extra fried egg is served here. This mee goreng is spicy and tastes decent.
This bandung has nice flavours of rose syrup and is sweet, but not overly. Likeable.
This cup of ice teh has nice tea flavours. However it tastes kind of diluted, probably from the melted ice cubes. Just ordinary.
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KNS Curry House