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Meiyen Tan
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The coin prata is crispy on the outside and really buttery, with the sambal chilli sauce. DAYUM!! its a good treat once in a while, its a bit oily tho. Will only come when im around the area!

4/5

WHAT COULD GO WRONG WITH BUTTER CHICKEN AND NAAAAN?

Comparing this to al azhar that is down the street, i feel this is more worth it (bigger portion and more sauce and costs $8) for the butter chicken that is. Its also more cleaner here, and hmph! With the cheese naan. My life is complete.

5/5

Had mutton roganjosh ($12), butter chicken($11.50), garlic & butter naan($7). So good, so amazing. But, i rather get the butter chicken instead of mutton roganjosh! Its so creamy and the naan is really fragrant. Its just opposite Mustafa, and its air conditioned and do note theres GST & Service charge too. This meal cost around $35. Would come back for my naan and butter chicken cravings!!

5/5

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