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3rd February 2023

Best murtabak in Singapore

While roti prata is highly regarded as one of Singapore’s beloved national dishes, murtabak is almost just as popular. For the uninitiated, it’s like prata, but stuffed with savoury minced meat and egg, served with curry gravy. There are also murtabak manis, though these are less commonly found here. Whichever it is you’re looking for, here’s our guide to 11 best murtabak stalls in Singapore

1. Julaiha Muslim Restaurant

Julaiha Muslim Restaurant- Murtabak with curry
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Open around the clock daily, Julaiha Muslim Restaurant is a supper spot you should definitely try. The 10-minute walk from Tai Seng MRT Station is worth it when you finally dig into their murtabak, which reviews have commended for its consistent quality.

Julaiha Muslim Restaurant- Mutton murtabak
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Many customers order the Mutton (from $8) version, that’s said to be crispy on the outside, with a filling of tender, richly flavoured meat. Another good option is Chicken (from $8), accented with onion. Otherwise, you can try their Sardine (from $7), which goes well with their spicy curry dip. 

Address: 538 MacPherson Road, Singapore 368222
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6743 2773
Julaiha Muslim Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery

2. Zam Zam Restaurant

Zam zam- murtabak with briyani
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Crowd favourite Zam Zam Restaurant is one of the oldest restaurants in Singapore today, since their founding in 1908, with more than 7,000 Google reviews to their name. They’re open from 7am to 11pm every day, so you could have their murtabak for breakfast and supper. 

Zam zam- mutton
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Most murtabak come with standard fillings of mutton, chicken, and such, but at Zam Zam, you’ll be able to order one filled with Deer (from $12) meat, which is said to have a richer, meatier flavour. If you want a more classic choice, go instead for Mutton (from $7), Chicken (from $6), or Tuna (from $9)

Address: 697-699 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198675
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 11pm
Tel: 6298 6320
Zam Zam Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Victory Restaurant

victory restaurant- chicken
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Another murtabak restaurant two doors down is Victory Restaurant, which was established in 1910. Just two years younger than Zam Zam, they’re also one of the oldest murtabak restaurants in town. In the spirit of competition, their murtabak is priced from $5.

victory restaurant- mutton
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Here, reviews praise the crispy dough and recommend the Mutton (from $7), loaded with generous fillings of flavourful minced meat and onion. Alternatively, they have spicy Tuna (from $9). You could even opt for a Mushroom (from $6) murtabak: a recent addition to the menu. 

Address: 701 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198677
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 11pm
Tel: 6298 6955
Victory Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

4. Al-Tasneem

al tasneem restaurant- mutton murtabakImage credit: Charles Tsai 

Located in the same area as Zam Zam and Victory Restaurant is Al-Tasneem, another Indian Muslim restaurant whose murtabak is often compared to that at the first two eateries. Their murtabak options start from $6 and come in the usual Beef, Chicken, Mutton, Sardine, Tuna, and Vegetable. Be sure to dip it in their house-made curry gravy for the full experience!

Address: 709 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198681
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 11pm
Tel: 6291 0709
Al-Tasneem is a halal-certified eatery.

5. The Roti Prata House

The roti prata house- murtabak flatlay
Image credit: @f.uddles

Open till as late as 4am, The Roti Prata House is a great spot for Friday night gatherings. Located directly outside Upper Thomson MRT Station, the restaurant has 14 different murtabak flavours, so there’s definitely something for every taste. 

The roti prata house- mutton
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If it’s your first time there, the popular flavours are Mutton Cheese (from $8)—which is said to be stuffed with generous servings of meat, and Tuna (from $9). For the adventurous, you could also have a go at their Pizza Chicken ($13). Alternatively, they have vegetarian options such as Veg Murtaba (from $6). Have it with their highly raved fish curry that’s said to be tangy and spicy!

Address: 246M & 246K Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 7am to 2am, Fri-Sat 7am to 4am
Tel: 6459 5260
The Roti Prata House is a halal-certified eatery.

6. Sin Ming Roti Prata

Sin ming roti- Murtabak
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Further along the Upper Thomson stretch is Sin Ming Roti Prata, which is yet another spot where you can get your murtabak fix. They’re famous for their coin prata, so be prepared to brave long queues at this restaurant. Popular choices here include Mutton (TBD) and Chicken (TBD). Their murtabak is best paired with fish or mutton curry━the most highly recommended dips online.

Address: 24 Sin Ming Road, #01-51, Singapore 570024
Opening hours: Sat-Thurs 6:30am to 6pm
Tel: 6453 3893
Sin Ming Roti Prata is a halal-certified eatery.

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7. Mr & Mrs Mohgan Super Crispy Roti Prata

Mr and mrs mohgan crispy roti prata- murtabak
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One for the Easties, Mr & Mrs Mohgan Super Crispy Roti Prata is renowned for their popular crispy prata, with waiting times easily surpassing an hour on weekends. Lesser known, but no less tasty, are their murtabak options, of which they have two. Be sure to head down early as they sell out really quick. 

If you didn’t know, Mrs Mohgan is the only one running the stall now, after her husband passed away early last year. Nonetheless, her Mutton ($8) murtabak is still well-reviewed, and stars the same crisp dough as their famous prata. Otherwise, opt for Sardine ($7) if you prefer something with fish. 

Address: 300 Joo Chiat Road, Tin Yeang Restaurant, Singapore 427551
Opening hours: Sun-Tue 6:30am to 1:30pm, Thurs-Fri 6:30am to 1:30pm
Tel: 6453 3893
Mr & Mrs Mohgan Super Crispy Roti Prata is a halal-certified eatery.

8. Casuarina Curry

Casuarina curry- Mutton murtabak
Image credit: Shubhit Singh 

On the pricier end of things is Casuarina Curry, which has gained recognition for being one of the best prata places in Singapore. Reviews suggest they fare just as well in their murtabak. Within their extensive menu, a standout item on Casuarina Curry’s Chef’s Innovation series is Ultimate Power Murtabak (from $10.50), which comprises spiced tandoori chicken, mozzarella, and portobello mushroom. 

casuarina curry- mutton cheese murtabak
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Otherwise, their most popular, classic murtabak are Mutton (from $8) and Chicken (from $8). You can also top up $1 to add cheese in your murtabak, or $2 for both cheese and mushrooms. 

Casuarina Road branch
Address: 136-138 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579526
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 7am to 11pm, Fri-Sat 7am to 11:30pm
Tel: 6455 9093

MacPherson Road branch
Address: 187 MacPherson Road, Singapore 348545
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 10am to 11pm, Fri 10am to 12am, Sat 8am to 12am, Sun 8am to 11pm
Tel: 6285 9001

Aljunied branch
Address: Block 116, Aljunied Avenue 2, #01-71, Singapore 380116
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 10pm
Tel: 6980 6815

Casuarina Curry is a halal-certified eatery. 

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9. Enaq

Enaq- triangle-shaped murtabak
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Nestled among HDB blocks in Jurong, Enaq has been serving crispy prata since 2008. They started selling more interesting prata flavours over the years, but are also known for their unique-looking murtabak that come in triangle wedges. 

Although the murtabak here only comes in single-size portions, the servings are said to still be generous. For $5.50, you can get a Cheese murtabak, though their Cheese Mushroom ($7) is the more popular option. Unlike at other murtabak eateries, you can get freshly made sambal to go with your murtabak here!

Address: Block 303 Jurong East Street 32, Singapore 600303
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 11pm
Tel: 6285 9001
Enaq is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses only halal-certified ingredients.

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10. Springleaf Prata Place

Springleaf- flatlay of prataImage credit: Leslie Ang 

Everyone knows Springleaf Prata Place for their famous prata, with nine outlets scattered across Singapore. Their murtabak series is also no let-down, featuring innovative twists on the stuffed prata. 

Ultimate murtabak
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Like at Enaq, this restaurant also has its own Ultimate Murtabak ($16.90) that serves two; it’s stuffed with tandoori chicken, portobello mushrooms and mozzarella cheese, making it totally worth the calories.

For a change, you could also try their Magic Meatless Murtabak ($8.90) which comes loaded with lentils, mushrooms, curry leaves, vegan mayo, and Korean sauce. Alternatively, go for their bestselling Chicken (from $9.90) murtabak. You can even add on additional toppings such as Mushroom ($1.40), Cheddar ($3.40), and Mozzarella ($3.40)

Website | Full list of locations
Springleaf Prata Place is a halal-certified eatery.

11. Smile Murtabak

Smile murtabak- Ondeh ondeh sweet murtabak
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For those of us with a sweet tooth, there’s Smile Murtabak, which specialises in using premium ingredients to make sweet murtabak. Unlike the roti prata-like savoury versions, these sweet murtabak are more similar to min jiang kueh.

Try their Ondeh-Ondeh Special, where a thick pandan pancake is stuffed with palm sugar and coconut flakes. Alternatively, go for their Original Choco-Cheese, for pancake spread with melted chocolate and cheddar cheese. Both of these are now priced at $5.95 each (U.P. $7.45) for fun-sized portions.

Durian sweet murtabak
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For durian lovers, they also have Durian murtabak, with prices from $6.65 (U.P. $8.15) for a fun-sized portion. This murtabak stars creamy durian flesh, in your choice of D24 or Mao Shan Wang, sandwiched in a charcoal pancake. 

North Bridge Road branch
Address: 107 North Bridge Road, #02-34, Funan Mall, Singapore 179105
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm

Orchard branch
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, B4-62, ION Orchard, Singapore 238801
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8408 5760

Smile Murtabak is in the process of getting halal-certified.

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Where to eat murtabak in Singapore

Whether you’re Team Sweet or Team Savoury, we’ve got your cravings sorted, from murtabak eateries that are open around the clock, to ultra indulgent versions of the stuffed prata. Check out our review of Midas, a hawker stall in Chinatown that’s got $1.20 baked prata with Thai-Indian curry. Alternatively, we’ve got a guide to the best prata in Singapore━if that’s what you prefer!

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Feature photo adapted from @breaduwu, @chiwpeng, and @f.uddles

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