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20 Best Prata Places in Singapore Worth Sacrificing Your Diet For

19th October 2023

Best prata shops in Singapore


One of the staple foods in Singapore, roti prata has become indispensable to our national culture. Here is our shortlist of the 20 best prata places in Singapore for perfectly crispy, doughy fried pancake paired with savoury curry!


1. Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s


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With handmade dough and freshly made prata that is crispy on the outside and fluffy inside, it’s no wonder Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s is highly raved about as one of the best, if not the best, prata place in Singapore. Prices start at $1.30 for a Plain Prata, but fans truly love their Coin Prata ($5).

There are no complaints except for the fact that it closes in the early afternoon. Queues seem to be perpetually long, so make sure you visit early in the morning to avoid waiting!

Address: 300 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427551
Opening hours: Thurs-Mon 6:30am to 1:30pm
Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s is a halal-certified eatery.


2. Casuarina Curry


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If you’re looking for a cosy, air-conditioned place that serves light and crispy prata that’s to die for, head to Casuarina Curry. This eatery has earned a dear place in the hearts of diners all across Singapore, and for good reason too—their serving size is larger than average and their prata has the most amazing soft, crispy texture to it.

The best news is they do catering—check out their website to find out more!

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

Macpherson

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
Website
Casuarina Curry is a halal-certified eatery.


3. Roti Prata House


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This place, famous for how crispy their prata is, also has a variety of strange yet surprisingly appetising flavours to choose from, such as Banana ($3.50) and Milo Cheese ($4). If you like a softer take on the dish, though, definitely give this place a miss. 

Prices start at $0.90 for their Crispy Prata.

Read our Roti Prata House review.

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

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4. Springleaf Prata Place


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This is a comfortable restaurant that provides good food and good service, so there’s no reason you won’t enjoy your meal here. They brand their prata as crispy, with dough made in-house, but it’s really just very slightly crispy with a mostly fluffy inside, and it’s honestly the perfect texture to me!

Unique renditions include their Prata Alfredo ($14.80) and Salted Egg Prawn Prata ($16.20).

Check out our Springleaf Prata Place review.

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

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5. Sin Ming Roti Prata


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Sin Ming Roti Prata offers crispy yet chewy prata made with handmade dough that leaves a fragrant, buttery taste in your mouth. You won’t be able to get enough of it! Highly regarded by many as the place that serves the most flavourful version of the dish (that comes with really good mutton curry, we hear), all Singaporeans have to try this spot at least once in their lives. Get their Coin Prata, priced at $4.50 for five pieces.

They open from 6:30am, so early risers can get their prata fix!

Address: 24 Sin Ming Road, #01-51, Gim Huat Coffeeshop, Singapore 570024
Opening hours: Daily 6:30am to 6pm
Sin Ming Roti Prata is a halal-certified eatery.


6. Prata Wala


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What do you do when the urge to snack hits you in the middle of shopping? You drop on by to a Prata Wala outlet! Reviews are slightly mixed on this one, but the general consensus is that they have really good Egg Prata ($2.90) that’s slightly crispy with a nice fluffy eggy inside. However, prices here are on the higher side and we hear some complaints about the service, so do visit with that expectation in mind.

Website
Full list of locations
Prata Wala is a halal-certified eatery.


7. RK Eating House


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RK Eating House is an institution in the eyes of Singaporeans. This eatery alone is why many flock to Serangoon Gardens round the clock, looking for crisp, fluffy mounds of prata to satisfy their cravings. Apart from the classic plain and egg versions, RK Eating House is famous for their stunning Tissue Prata (price TBD), which comes in a tower that looms over your table, and requires four to five people to finish. Also on the menu are one-litre towers for your favourite local drinks, such as the IG-worthy Milo Tower (price TBD), great for sharing with friends.

Address: 1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
RK Eating House is a halal-certified eatery.


8. Rahmath Cheese Prata


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A hidden gem tucked away in a corner of a kopitiam, this place serves a potent, mouthwatering curry and perfectly made prata. I probably should have mentioned this earlier, but to gauge how legit a prata place is, just order their plain option and you can immediately tell the standards. This place does it right at$2.20 for two pieces of their Plain Prata and the rest of the menu doesn’t disappoint either!

Address: 74 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, #01-08, Toa Payoh Eating House, Singapore 310074
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 6am to 2:30pm
Rahmath Cheese Prata is a halal-certified eatery.


9. Mr Prata


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The prata here has a unique savoury taste, different than the typical sweet and buttery ones we are used to. You just have to taste it to know what we’re talking about! They don’t fall under the crispy category either, it’s the usual soft and fluffy version we all know and love. 

A plate with two plain pieces will set you back at $3.50, but the popular chain also has more unique flavours including Butter Prata ($3) and Italian Prata ($10), which comes with mushroom, capsicum, onion, and cheese.

WebsiteFull list of locations
Mr Prata is a halal-certified eatery.


10. New Mahamoodiya Restaurant


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The prata at this 24/7 joint is fried in a lot of oil, so it might be a little too oily for the tastes of some of you out there. But for the rest of us, this means super nice and crispy golden rounds available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! The signature dish is also served with a thin, watery curry and sambal that we know some people really enjoy.

Prata Kosong is priced at $2.60 for two, with variations such as the Prata Egg ($2) also available.

Address: 335 Bedok Road, Singapore 469510
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Website
New Mahamoodiya Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.


 11. ENAQ


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$1.20 original prata is the reason why many flock to ENAQ, a prata business located at Jurong East. Their speciality is crispy, almost-flaky golden rounds of dough that never come across as oily or too jelak, served with your curry of choice or sambal to go with.

Those with a sweet tooth can try their Kaya ($2.50) or Peanut Butter ($2.40) flavours for an extra indulgent fix.

Read our ENAQ review.

Address: 303 Jurong East Street 32, Singapore 600303
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 11pm
Website
ENAQ is a halal-certified eatery.

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12. Niqqi’s


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Cheese prata fans will love Niqqi’s as this Clementi hawker is all about that dish. Situated near the National University of Singapore, this supper favourite has a signature known as a Niqqi’s Special Cheese ($6), where ooey-gooey cheese pulls happen once you break into the prata’s paper-thin crust. Salty, creamy, loaded with potatoes and eggs too, this is a food coma we know will be worth it.

Address: 16 Clementi Road, Singapore 129745
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Niqqi’s is a halal-certified eatery.


13. Tanglin Halt Roti Prata


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@_croissant.wy

For those who prefer a crispy and light prata, head down to Tanglin Halt Roti Prata. The prata here is said to be slightly crispy around the edges and fluffy in the centre. Just like at any prata store, Tanglin Halt’s prata is served with a plate of mutton, fish, or chicken curry on the side. 

Do note that their roti prata is only available before 12pm, and is usually sold out by midday. If you happen to miss their roti prata, consider the Nasi Kandar from $4—a Malaysian-style cai fan—that they’re also famous for.   

Address: 40 Margaret Drive, #01-04, Singapore 141040
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 5am to 10pm, Tue 5:10am to 10pm, Thurs 5am to 9pm
Tanglin Halt Roti Prata is a halal-certified eatery.


14. Julaiha Muslim Restaurant


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@feedfrankfood

Julaiha Muslim Restaurant, situated along MacPherson Road, is one of the go-to supper spots in Singapore. Besides their famed Mutton Nasi Biryani ($7), they are also known for their prata. It is recommended that you pair the Plain ($1.20) flavour with their highly praised mutton curry on the side for extra flavour. If you can’t take spice and want to enjoy a prata that is savoury and flavourful on its own, go for the Cheese ($2.20) flavour instead.

Address: 538 MacPherson Road, Singapore 36822
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Julaiha Muslim Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.


15. Master Prata


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Master Prata is another eatery that you can consider if you are looking for crispy and buttery rounds of dough. The Plain Crispy Prata ($3.60 for two pieces) is said to be incredibly crispy on the outside and slightly fluffy on the inside. Alternatively, try the Plaster Prata ($3), which features a sunny side up egg. There are also other innovative flavours that you can explore such as the Banana Cheese ($4.80) and Masala Prata ($3.80).

Alexandra
Address: 321 Alexandra Road, #01-02, Alexandra Central Mall, Singapore 159971
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 8am to 12am, Fri-Sat 8am to 12:30am 

Sembawang
Address: 604 Sembawang Road, #01-24/25, Sembawang Shopping Centre, Singapore 758459
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 8am to 10pm, Fri-Sat 8am to 11pm 

Website
Master Prata is a halal-certified eatery.


16. Al-Azhar Restaurant


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Al-Azhar is a restaurant chain with three outlets islandwide: Bukit Timah, Tampines, and Geylang. Regulars are drawn to their extensive menu, which includes prata, Muslim-friendly Thai fare, and delicious biryani, among many other items.

Try their Murtabak (from $9.20), a sharing-sized prata loaded with your meat filling of choice.

Website | Full list of locations
Al-Azhar is a halal-certified eatery.


17. Al-Ameen Eating Corner 


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Al-Ameen has a few outlets across Singapore, but their most popular one is arguably their Marsiling branch, as it closes at 2am daily.

The prata served here is said to be more on the doughy side, and you get to pick from various flavours, including Prata Scrambled ($7) AKA kothu prata, which features prata that’s chopped up into strands and fried. Their Coin Prata Set ($7), served with your choice of chicken or mutton, is another signature item. Sweet flavours such as Prata Milo ($2.50) and Prata Ice Cream ($5) are on the menu too.

Address: 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 3, #01-11, Central Industrial Estate, Singapore 739257
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6am to 2am, Sun 11am to 2am
Al-Ameen is a halal-certified eatery.


18. Chindamani Indian Restaurant


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With outlets located mainly in the North and North-East areas of Singapore, Chindamani Indian Restaurant is well known for their thin and ultra-crispy roti prata. Their Plain Prata ($1.30) is not just fried in a pan—it’s basted in oil, which gives it its distinctive, almost biscuit-like texture. If you prefer your prata with a chewier mouthfeel, opt for their Egg Prata ($2) or Egg Onion Prata ($2.60). While it may be slightly oilier than your usual prata, pairing it with their piquant Fish Curry ($3.80) is the perfect way to cut through that greasiness. 

Website
Full list of locations
Chindamani Indian Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.


19. Prata Saga Sambal Berlada


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A family-run business of over 40 years, Prata Saga Sambal Berlada in Tekka Market may just be the only prata stall in Singapore that serves house-made sambal alongside their fluffy prata. With a minimum order of two pieces, you can tuck into their Plain Prata ($2.40 for two) guilt-free, as they’re said to be lower in calories, with a nod of approval from the Health Promotion Board. Otherwise, their Egg Prata ($1.70) and Cheese Onion Prata ($2.70) are also great options for soaking up their rich mutton or fish curry.

Address: 665 Buffalo Road, #01-258, Singapore 210665
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 1pm
Prata Saga Sambal Berlada is a halal-certified eatery.


20. Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah


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Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah is a Michelin-awarded prata stall that’s discreet about their accolade—you won’t find the typical red decal most Michelin-mentioned stalls would display right at the front. Located at ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre, the stall serves a diverse range of Indian-Muslim dishes, including Mee Goreng ($4), Mee Hoon Goreng Puteh Ikan Bilis ($4) and Tulang Merah ($12). Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah also offers classic prata options, such as Plain ($2) and Onion ($2.20).

Address: 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-10, ABC Brickworks Food Centre, Singapore 150006
Opening hours: Fri-Wed 10am to 7pm
Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah is a halal-certified eatery.


Best prata in Singapore


I don’t know about you, but just looking through our round-up of the best prata places has made me insanely hungry—a hunger that only fried dough dipped in curry can satisfy. 

If you are looking for more food options, check out our guide to the best Thai food in Singapore, or our favourite hokkien mee stalls.

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This article was originally published on 18 November 2015.

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