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This Muslim Stall At North Bridge Road Serves Unique Roti Sarang Burung That Confirm Boleh Makan

If we say Egg and Prata, what comes to mind? Confirm is Egg Prata right? Well, not today my friends as we will be exploring the unique Roti Sarang Burung in this article. Also known as Bird’s Nest Roti, you might be thinking “apa ini”? Instead of the egg being cooked within the roti prata, two eggs are cracked and cooked on top. Same same, but different la. If you’re looking for a spot to try it, cepat down to try at Mihrimah Restaurant.

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Mihrimah Restaurant Serves Unique Roti Sarang Burung

Photo: Singapore Foodie
Image: Singapore Foodie

One of the few spots in Singapore serving this dish, its origins are from Malaysia, where it is typically topped with spiced minced beef, chopped cilantro and sliced red chillies. But, Mihrimah’s version only serves with the eggs. Nevermind, still boleh cause each stall is free to their own interpretation right, and this doesn’t disparage the quality of the dish anyway.

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Served as Roti Ikhwan ($3) on their menu, the taste of the margarine shines through in the roti prata. It has a nice crispy exterior but to be honest lacks the fluffiness some people might be looking for, shag.

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Unlike the regular egg prata, the sunny-side-up yolk adds a delightful creaminess to the prata that’s super shiok. Plus ah, the texture of the egg white is more prominent, giving it a good contrast of textures to the crispy prata. Sedap siol!

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As for the curry, though the flavour is there, it is slightly sweet which is a bit weird for a prata curry if you know what we mean. Additionally, it is a tad diluted, making it thinner compared to most. There is however a slight kick of heat to it, so still can makan lah honestly.

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What sets Mihrimah apart is that their prata is served with a dollop of sambal, something not all stalls offer. When everything is eaten together right, you first taste the curry, followed by the sweetness and kick from the sambal, and finally the flavour of the prata. Like taking your tastebuds jalan jalan.

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Hurry Down To Mihrimah’s Restaurant Today!

Overall, Mihrimah’s Roti Sarang Burung is certainly worth a try if you’re in the area and looking for something different from your typical roti prata. It isn’t the best, but still bagus lah. Cepak go try today!

Address: 742 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198710

Operating Hours: Daily, 7.30am to 9.30pm

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

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