Review: Sultan Curry (Singapore)

Sultan Curry: Plain Prata & Chicken Curry

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Sultan Curry

is an indian muslim stall that serves a variety of dishes, including roti prata, mee goreng, briyani, etc. Tastes decent.


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Roti Prata

The plain prata has crispy outsides and its dough is chewy. The egg prata has slightly crispy edges and a soft egg filling within its chewy dough. These are served with a side of chicken curry, which has nice chicken flavours with a subtle balance of savoury and spicy tastes. Nice.

Mee Goreng

The mee goreng comes with mixed vegetables, onions and carrots, wok fried with yellow noodles and egg. It is served with a side of cucumber slices and ketchup. As far as I can tell, there are no mutton bits in the mee goreng. The yellow noodles has a firm texture, pleasant flavours with a tone of spiciness. Not bad.

COSTS

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LOCATION

Sultan Curry

#01-132
34 Upper Cross St

Singapore 050034

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