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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Al-Ameen Eating House

My last visit to Al-Ameen was in 2013 for dinner. And now it marks my second visit in the bright day light hoping to get a taste of breakfast. Just like usual, parking over there has never been easy and it really depends on luck but this time round we managed to obtain a lot in less than 5 minutes.

Though car parks were fully occupied, the eating house was not packed and there were only a few tables being occupied. We had a cup of ice Milo and a cup of Teh Tarik to start our meal.

Milo Ice - $1.80 & Teh Tarik - $1
With pratas ordered as our breakfast, the default curry was served in a stainless steel bowl, bright orange with a layer of oil above filled with curry leaves as well as herbs and spices.

Curry
The masculine had 3 prata altogether comprises of 1 Kosong (Plain) and 2 egg plaster pratas. Plaster Prata is another variation of egg prata just that the egg is sticked to the prata itself instead of being beat up together with the prata dough. It has runny egg yolks like sunny side up egg. Plaster prata was well cooked in such that the prata was still as cripsy.

Plaster Prata - $1.50 and Plain Prata - $1

Telur Bawang (Egg Onion) Prata is one of my favourites, made in square shape the chopped onions and egg were revealed as i peel the top crispy layer. Prata that wasn't plain / kosong were already good, let alone those original plain ones that was flaky and crispy.

Egg Prata with Onion - $1.40

Though its a little far from my place, I still find that Al-Ameen Eating House is a good place for prata fix!

Rating: 4 / 5

Al-Ameen Eating House
Location: Bamboo Grove Park, 5 Chu Lin Road, Singapore 669893