Praclette at Springleaf Prata Place
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Every year, Springleaf Prata Place releases a new, premium flavour to add to their Ultimate Series. It started off with their Ultimate Murtabak, which became a big hit during the Ultimate Hawkerfest. After which, they’ve launched a new, wacky creation annually.
This time, Springleaf Prata has stepped it up a notch and brought Switzerland to us with the all-new Praclette. Priced at $9.90, this Praclette features prata stuffed with sauteed onions, shiitake mushroom, black olives, and turkey ham. It’s then drizzled with sriracha for a kick, and blanketed generously with melted raclette cheese. If you didn’t know, raclette is a traditional Swiss cheese that is first grilled to a melty consistency before scraping on your desired dish.
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If you would like to try more of their Ultimate Series creations, you can check out the Däs Prätwürst. Inspired by the German street snack, currywurst, this prata comes with house-made chicken sausage, topped with onions, curry sauce and mozzarella cheese.
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Also on the Ultimate Series is the Murtaburger ($7.90). It has become a crowd favourite at Springleaf. A marriage between the ever popular Ramly burger and murtabak, this Murtaburger comprises a lamb patty, cabbage, mayo, and a hefty amount of melted mozzarella cheese. All these ingredients are sandwiched between two pieces of prata, making it a unique prata-style burger.
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For something lighter, try their Plaster Blaster ($5.50), which is a prata version of the classic eggs Benedict. Something worth noting is their hollandaise sauce that’s made in-house! This dish is loved by many, so do consider giving this a try on your next visit.
If you prefer a more substantial meal, check out their Goreng Goreng or Briyani selection, which includes mains such as Mee Goreng ($4.50), Nasi Goreng ($4.50), Lamb Shank Briyani ($15.90), and more.
If you are still hankering for a plate of prata, visit one of these prata places in Singapore. Alternatively, check out our review on Papa’s Kitchen—an eatery that serves a wide variety of Indian and Western dishes, including a XsXL nasi biryani platter.