This is my country
This is my family
It is our National Day today!
The stall is located in a coffeeshop along Crane Road:-
Finally, the end was in sight. Goodness me! The coffee shop was crowded! Other than the Indian curry stall, the prawn mee stall is reputed to be famous as well.
While my in-laws made their selection of dishes, Da and I found a table and we sat down. Although there were other stalls in the coffeeshop, I noticed that most of the patrons were eating either prawn mee or Indian banana leaf curry.
Goodness me! The spread cried out "coconut milk overload"! Having said this, I must admit that the dishes were very tasty (albeit spicy).
The fish in the fish head curry that we had was red snapper. As I was eating the fish, I recalled that a colleague mentioned yesterday that he is unable to distinguish between red snapper and tilapa. I mentioned this to my in-laws. According to my mother-in-law, tilapa is a cheaper fish and can be purchased from the wet markets for as cheap as S$2 per fish.
No banana leaf curry meal would be complete without lime juice, so I ordered that to complete my meal.
I would say that this stall's food is not bad and is worth a 2nd try. However, they do not have a wide variety of dishes (unlike the banana leaf curry restaurants in Little India). Furthermore, there is no air-conditioning.