Do you think this question is irrelevant? That eating is just putting things into the mouth, chew and swallow?
Not to me. When it comes to roti canai, there are a few ways to eat it. There is, of course, no right and wrong way. But between my husband and I, we always debate about it.
He would get terribly annoyed if his roti canai is served to him, torn and soaked in the curry. Whereas, I will instruct that my roti be torn and swim in a bowl of curry.
See? Roti Canai is so much part of our life that we developed a passion to eat it with style.
Here are my way of eating roti canai:
a) Torn into bite sizes. Curry must come in a mixture of very hot curries mixed with dhal curry.
b) Ask for some sugar. Sugar brings out the taste.
c) Soak the roti in the curries till it ‘swells’ up a bit. Put in sugar.
d) Eat with a glass of hot, thick, teh tarik.
I like the very hot mutton curry that comes with the roti canai at Argyll Road. But hate the quality of the roti canai which is not fluffy, too rubbery and small. As for the Transfer Road one, I do not enjoy their curries. *sigh* Anyone with suggestions on where to find great roti canai which is accompanied with the hottest curries? Also, any more idea on how to enjoy roti canai?