Just when we thought the rainbow food trend was finally dying down, this banana leaf restaurant decided to revive it by coming out with their very own rainbow rotis or also known as pratas! What?!
The relatively new non-halal banana leaf restaurant, Banana Leaf Pork Briyani in Woodlands, Singapore, has garnered attention among netizens for their newly released pratas, which come in green, blue and pink.
Check out how brightly coloured these pratas look!
Wah! The colours are messing with our heads a little bit!
According to Discover SG, the pratas have their own unique recipe. However, only their ‘prata kosong‘ and egg pratas are served in rainbow colours, but do expect them to serve their other prata flavours in these bright colours soon!
It seems that the pratas are a big hit among customers, too. Some of them are even asking for more colours to choose from!
What do you guys think? Are colourful pratas the next big thing or are they going to phase out as soon as another trend comes along?
If you’re curious and want to find out what they taste like for yourself, here’s where you can find them the next time you’re in Singapore;
Address: 71 Woodlands Industrial Estate Park E9 Wave 9 #01-04, Singapore 757881
Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 10.30pm
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