Updated: June 2010- This whole station area will be removed in a year’s time.
This is a special gift (a blogpost) for all those who have supported me…from my heart.Enjoy!
I know I feature loads of indian food but honestly I am not really a fan of chapati.I adores indian spicy zesty way of splendid cooking with all their clever ways of blending the right amount of this ingredients and that and all those mumbo jumbo spices and curries that I failed to adhere to when I was learning.Cos Im interested MORE in eating than cooking it.
Thus when I heard of its healthyness,my ears prick up the details from 2 males conversations.All I heard was that because it was so yummy,someone actually…no make it 2 person,actually ate 5-10 pieces of chappati at one go each.Serious?
That was months back.I had a go at it back then.It was indeed yummy although it was cold that time.It really puzzled me cos of my rendezvous at Azmi Chappati at Lt India,no matter how fresh and hot,piping their chapatis were, its not as tasty as this one.But I do applaud their many side dishes which includes mutton brains.
This time,I came back to confirm my tastebuds.I saw the man whipping out fresh chapatis.YIPEE!!I tried to ask more information about the stall and opening hours but we have a communication breakdown (Wait!Did I just talk in malay?And he did not understand me?Hmm..)But he agreed to be photographed.Alhamdulillah.
I took some shots and enjoy my meal.It was heavenly.Every bite of it.The beef keema further essensuates (is that the right spelling?) the whole gastronomical affair.Im in love. When that happens,I tune out every thing and indulge in my own world.I am no fan but I was converted to one immediately.The chappati is soft and everything seems so perfectly when i dip into the beef keema and let it sink between my carnivorous palate.Mmm…love cost only $3.50.
Don’t believe me….?Check this out!
(what’s up with Putri’s vibrant blue and orange attire?Im just showing my heartfelt fan-itude (fans+gratitude towards my fan by being a fan?!?!puzzzled ?me too…) by donning my fav soccer team:KNVB jerseys colors..hehe!)
p.s: Oh I did hear about the raving reviews of a chapati stall in Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but never tried one…if u have,do spill those details with me…thanks!
Disclaimer: Food featured are subject to my personal taste. I hold no responsibility for your body’s gastronomical adventure.All food shown are either from Halal-certified or Muslim owned establishments(with no liquour/alcoholic beverages).I will try my utmost best to update and maintain the relevant information shown,insya-Allah…but your body,your responsibility.Do ensure that the Halal-certificates are up-to-date,renewed (not expired) and displayed promptly before ordering/consuming. If in doubt,always ask the staff with a smile.
Remember: Use ur senses especially your heart.But mainly, ask your iman (faith).
Don’t assume: A headdress/scarf lady is not equal to HALAL. “No pork no lard” signage is not equal to HALAL. A crescent moon and star symbol is not equal to HALAL. Not all Mediterranean (e.g Turkish kebab), Malaysian, Indonesian cuisines (especially Nasi Padang food) is HALAL. Whatever franchise that is HALAL in Malaysia,Indonesia or in any muslim country does not mean it is HALAL in Singapore or anywhere else. Your body,your responsibility, check its HALAL authenticity. More on disclaimer?
Thank you for your kind attention.