Famous foods: SPRINGLEAF PRATA place

DETAILS

Cuisine

Indian

Hours

11AM – 11PM

Monday – Sunday

Location

3000 South Las Vegas Boulevard

Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Awards

Michelin Plate

FEATURES

Springleaf Prata Place offers authentic cuisines from South and North India. A family-owned concept from Singapore, Springleaf Prata Place’s roti canai (‘roe-tee chen-ai’) masters use recipes from the family’s forefathers, which earned the restaurant the distinguished recognition as the Michelin Guide’s only roti canai eatery.

Guests can enjoy this award-winning fare at Famous Foods with delicious staples like, Murtabak (‘mer-tuh-bak’), a decadent meat-stuff flatbread and Teh Tarik (‘teh-tar-ick’), a frothy, hot milk tea commonly enjoyed in Singapore.

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Roti Canai

Made famous in Malaysia and Singapore, its origin and its roots can be traced back to Indian subcontinent as well as Pakistan. Roti means roti or bread and Prata means flat. The Indian version is known as Paratha. The dough is whirled and twirled, then beaten, slapped and tossed in the air to make it paper thin.

Teh Tarik

Teh tarik translates into ‘pulled tea’, formed from the word “Teh” which means “tea” in Hokkien and “tarik” which means “pulled“ in Malay. Tea pulling, when repeated until bubbly, causes a thick foam to show. The process cools the tea and alters the texture. Apparently, the further the distance of the pulling of the tea the better, as this exposes it more to the air, cooling it and enhancing the flavour.