Review: Mr Teh Tarik (Singapore)

Mr Teh Tarik: Masala Thosai & Ice Teh Tarik

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Mr Teh Tarik

is a chain store serving roti prata, thosai, mee goreng, teh tarik, etc. Quite decent.

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Roti Prata

Mr Teh Tarik offers a selection of roti prata. Above is their plain prata and egg prata. The prata has crispy outsides and a chewy dough with decent flavours. The egg prata has an additional soft egg filling wrapped in the dough. A mild spicy mutton flavoured curry is served on the side. Decent.

Masala Thosai

The masala thosai has slightly crispy edges, its batter is thin and slightly chewy. There is a fairly flavourful curry potato filling inside. Comes served with a side of curries and lentil. Quite ordinary.

Mee Goreng Chicken 65

This mee goreng comes with a fried egg and a side of chicken 65. The mee goreng uses yellow noodles wok fried with egg, some bean sprouts, some vegetables and chopped chilli. The yellow noodles is firm with a tint of spiciness. As for the chicken 65, it is meaty and juicy with a mildly spicy and savoury flavours. It is bit too salty for my liking though.

Nasi Ayam Penyet

The nasi ayam penyet comes with a piece of fried chicken thigh, a piece of fried tofu, some crackers, cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes, lettuce and sambal chilli, served with rice and a bowl of soup.

The rice is firm and flavourful, and the soup has nice savoury flavours with chopped spring onions and fried shallots added. The fried chicken is lightly coated with cripsy skin and moist meaty meat. The fried tofu is crispy outside and soft inside. The sambal chilli is spicy with a note of sweet.

This is a hearty meal and quite likeable.

Ice Teh Tarik

This cup of ice teh tarik has sweet and strong tea flavours. Quite decent.


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Mr Teh Tarik Express

Changi Airport T3

Google Maps Singapore 819663

Harbourfront Centre

Google Maps Singapore 099253

Northpoint City

Google Maps Singapore 769098

Singapore Post Ctr

Google Maps Singapore 408600

Tanjong Pagar MRT

Google Maps Singapore 069119

Mr Teh Tarik Deli

Yishun Transpt Hub

Google Maps Singapore 769100


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