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Definitely not the best chicken rice that I've ever had…this was pretty average, but in a positive sense I guess? I mean, it's hard to go wrong with it as it is one of those foods that rarely is awry in quality soooo that's that! πŸ™‚ (6.1/10)


Here's another classic local breakfast item that even the best of us find hard to turn down. Again, I had this past breakfast hours, so you probably can tell what I think about it. πŸ˜ͺ But hey, if it's any consolation, I did like how it didn't seem oily, thereby eliminating any sign of unctuous taste and texture! (6/10)


[Halal] Dosas are one of my typical go-tos when it comes to breakfast as they are filling, satisfying and just straight-up delicious. The coconut chutney here possessed a rather uniquely nuanced peppery flavour with the familiar spicy zing; virtually good enough to be eaten on its own. I wouldn't say that it enhanced the dosa in any way lah, but it was at least worth a mention! In fact, perhaps the only thing worth any. πŸ€”

To my disappointment though, this had already regressed to room temperature by the time I got it. The crisp, which is what makes any dosa, was missing. Sigh. Yet, let's be realistic – can I really expect much given that I came by an hour after breakfast hours had ended? πŸ˜ͺ😹 (6/10)


Gobsmacked by how legitimate my $1.50 egg dosa/thosai tasted. Might be the lack of expectations after very artificial dosa experiences I've been having around the East πŸ™Š. This totally turned the tables; with the acquired aftertaste of a fermented batter in every bite and the tangy tomato chutney X milky coconut chutney.... Nutritious Indian-Muslim food +1

P.S: The lontong gravy was pretty tasty too if not for what felt like outsourced, "commercially made" ketupats.


Nothing beats a hearty breakfast washed down with a frothy Teh Tarik.