Our relationship with prata can be likened to that of a toxic relationship. It’s bad for us, and we know better, but try as we might, we just can’t quit it. If you’re like us, and you belong to the camp of people who live to eat, then this list of 10 best prata places in Singapore will definitely come useful.
1. Casuarina Curry
Casuarina Curry has been around for over two decades, and their prata is crispy and buttery. Those who go for novelty will also enjoy trying the unique varieties available, such as the pineapple prata and the chicken floss prata.
136 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579524 (Picture Credits)
2. RK Eating House
RK Eating House serves up some of the fluffiest pratas around, according to their legions of fans. One of their signature dishes is their Plaster Prata, which is a plain prata served with a sunny side egg atop. If you want something heavier, the mutton curry is delicious as well.
1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253 (Picture Credits)
3. Curry Cafe
Curry Cafe, a family-run cafe that was previously located at The Central, Clarke Quay, has since shifted to its current premises at Canberra Community Club. Their prata is still as buttery and flaky as ever – and don’t forget to try their mouthwatering chicken curry as well.
Canberra Community Club #01-03, Singapore 757632 (Picture Credits)
4. Prata Planet
We would gladly live on Prata Planet (which, as it turns out, is located at Clementi) if it meant that we could savour their fragrant pratas every single day. Special shout out to their sinful but crazy yummy Maggi Prata.
Clementi Avenue 4 Block 320 #01-37, Singapore 120320 (Picture Credits)
5. Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata
We’re glad to announce that yes, they do live up to their name. Great service, freshly made dough and super crispy prata – what else can a prata lover ask for?
Poh Ho Restaurant, 7 Crane Road, Singapore 429356 (Picture Credits)
6. Sin Ming Roti Prata
If you haven’t tried the coin prata at Sin Ming Roti Prata, you haven’t truly LIVED. It goes perfectly with the spicy and tangy curry, and is so addictive, you’ll want to order a second plate once you’re done.
#01-51 Jin Fa Kopitiam, Singapore 570024 (Picture Credits)
7. Julaiha Muslim Restaurant
This place isn’t really well known, but you should definitely check it out – their prata is better than some of the more famous but overrated places (which we won’t name!) We also recommend the maggie goreng here.
538 Macpherson Road, Singapore 368222 (Picture Credits)
8. Enaq Restaurant
The highlight of Enaq Restaurant is the ikan bilis belachan chilli that complements their crispy prata super well. PS: This place is open 24 hours, so you know where to go when hunger strikes in the middle of the night!
303 Jurong East Street 32, Singapore 600303 (Picture Credits)
9. Golden Nur
Delicious prata for 80 cents, located in the heart of the CBD – bring a packet of tissues with you and be prepared to queue. They’re also famous for their Nasi Briyani, and the stall-owner attributes this to his “magic powder” that he adds to the dish – that’s deep fried cornflour mixed with tomato puree. Sinful but so worth it!
#02-02 Golden Shoe Carpark Food Centre, Singapore 048940 (Picture Credits)
10. Curry Gardenn
If you want to have your prata and eat it too, then your best bet is Curry Gardenn, where they pride themselves on serving healthier food with absolutely no MSG. Their prata is light and crispy, so you won’t feel that guilty when you mop it up with a serving of their crowd-pleasing butter chicken.
200 Turf Club Rd, #01-06, Singapore 287994 (Picture Credits)