I had 2 chapati with mutton curry for RM8. I loved it! The freshly cooked chapati was soft but crispy and the curry had a deep flavour. I'd passed this place countless times and it's always busy with locals. They also do roti jala. The owner said he couldn't do the curry sauce without the pieces of meat but I'm gonna try to ask again next time even if I end up paying the same amount as it makes a great snack. It was closing just before 9pm.
Update: I went back and had the roti jala and pleaded for some of the mutton curry gravy (I was willing to pay full price but I just didn't want the meat). The jala and mutton curry together is absolutely fantastic (9/10).