15 Pratas Worth the Weight Gain – Forget about that Diet!

Team Tam Chiak
Team Tam Chiak
March 31, 2017

It doesn’t matter what time of the day it is, but don’t you just love having a crispy, fluffy piece of prata? The best way to find out if the prata is good is to eat the kosong (plain) one! There are many factors that affect the quality of prata. From the dough, to the flipping, to the introduction of oil and even to the temperature of the frying pan. We’ve tracked down 15 popular prata stalls in Singapore for you!

Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata

Mr Mohgan has been making prata for more than 30 years. He makes his own dough, cooks the curry and flips the prata all by himself. Moderately thick and pan fried till a beautiful brown, the pratas here are fresh and SUPER CRISPY. They have 3 types of curry – mutton, fish and dhal. Let them know in advance which curry you will like to have, upon ordering. If not, you will be given dhal which has the right consistency.

Roti Prata: Mr Mrs Mohgan Prata Making

Roti Prata: Mr Mrs Mohgan Prata

Mr and Mrs Mohgan's Super Crispy Roti Prata

Address: 300-302 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 429356

Mobile: 9794 3124

Opening Hours: 6:30am to 1:30pm, closed on Tues/Wed 3rd week of the month


Each piece of plain prata costs $1 at Enaq. The dough is made daily before being pan-fried till a golden brown. The prata carries a buttery aroma, is wonderfully crisp on the outside, and fluffy inside. It’s not as oily as the prata(s) you get elsewhere. The prata tastes even more heavenly when you dip it into the special sambal chilli and curry.

Roti Prata: Enaq Prata Ghim Moh


Address: Blk 21, Ghim Moh Road, Singapore 270021

Phone: 6899 0842

Opening Hours: 8am to 8pm daily. Closed every last Tuesday of the month.

R K Eating House

This humongous and value-for-money Tissue Prata ($5.50) is good for 3-4 people. You can choose to top it with strawberry or chocolate sauce, maple syrup or honey. The tissue prata is really crispy. The prata dough is kneaded to perfection before it was cooked to a perfect golden brown.

Roti Prata: R K Eating House

Roti Prata: R K Eating House Tissue Prata

R K Eating House

Address: 1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253

Opening Hours: 24 hours daily.

Sin Ming Roti Prata (Faisal & Aziz Curry)

Owner Haj Mohammed used to run his stall at Cluny Court in the 80s before making Sin Ming his new home. As age is catching up, Haj is now assisted by his son, Almali Faisal. Using a secret recipe passed down from Haj’s father, the prata recipe has been tweaked a little by reducing the amount of sugar used. This makes his prata crispier.

Roti Prata: Sin Ming Roti Prata Stall

Roti Prata: Sin Ming Roti Prata Kosong

Roti Prata: Sin Ming Roti Prata Egg

Sin Ming Roti Prata (Faisal & Aziz Curry)

Address: #01-51, Blk 24 Sin Ming Road, Singapore 570024

Opening Hours: 7am to 6pm.

Rahmath Cheese Prata

The owner, Mr Ali, learnt the art of prata-making from a friend many years ago and opened his first shop in Ang Mo Kio. He moved to Toa Payoh 11 years ago. Rahmath is the name of his grandfather. From the signboard, we know that cheese prata is their signature item but we prefer their plain and egg prata. The portion is generous and the outer layer is more doughy and soft.

Roti Prata: Rahmath Cheese Prata Stall
Roti Prata: Rahmath Cheese Prata Making

Rahmath Cheese Prata

Address: 74 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310074

Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 6am to 4pm. Closed on Mondays.

Al-Ameen Eating Corner

We ordered a whole load of prata for breakfast, including prata kosong, egg prata and prata with egg and onion. The prata is not super crispy, but more on the doughy side. What we enjoyed is the coin prata with mutton curry. The prata dough is shaped into a circle and pan fried till it is crispy. The mutton cubes were tender, not gamey and accompanied by a shiok curry sauce.

Roti Prata: Al Ameen Eating Corner Prata Man

Roti Prata: Al Ameen Eating Corner Prata Kosong

Roti Prata: Al Ameen Eating Corner Coin Prata

Al-Ameen Eating Corner

Address: #01-11, 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 3, Singapore 739257

Opening Hours: 24 hours.

The Prata Place @ Springleaf

Springleaf has a tranquil vibe, and sitting here with a plate, or many plates, of prata and a cup of teh tarik from The Prata Place may just be the perfect start to a nice morning. The Plain (Kosong) Prata is absolutely delicious! It arrived piping hot and is crispy on the outside, while fluffy on the inside. Plus, it is not oily at all. They certainly managed the heat well. 

Roti Prata: The Prata Place Springleaf

Roti Prata: The Prata Place

Roti Prata: The Prata Place Kosong

The Prata Place

Address: 1 Thong Soon Avenue, Singapore 787431

Phone: 6459 5670

Website: http://www.springleafprataplace.com/

Opening Hours: 7am to 12midnight.

Sixth Avenue Briyani Specialist

With more than 28 years of history, this stall still lives up to its reputation for serving very good Nasi Briyani. However, you’ll have to make do with their prata in the mornings as briyani is only sold after 10.30am. We tried their plain prata and egg prata ($2.70 in total). Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, the prata here hits all the right spots.

Roti Prata: Sixth Avenue Briyani Specialist

Sixth Avenue Briyani Specialist

Address: 12 Sixth Avenue, Singapore 276475

Mobile: 8152 4561

Opening Hours: 6.30am to 10pm daily.

Casuarina Curry Restaurant

Prata enthusiasts would flock here for their signature mushroom cheese prata. Casuarina is located near the Lower Pierce Reservoir, so you may occasionally stumble upon monkeys playing along the perimeter of the reservoir. The plain prata goes for a dollar a piece. For $2, you get to enjoy a gratifying meal with simple, tasty curry.

Roti Prata: Casuarina Curry Restaurant

Casuarina Curry Restaurant

Address: 136 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579526

Phone: 6455 9093

Website: http://www.casuarinacurry.com/

Opening Hours: 7am to 12 midnight daily.

The Roti Prata House

There are many supper spots along Upper Thomson, and this prata stall is always packed on weekends. Instead of the usual savoury prata, we opted for a dessert prata featuring two contrasting flavours – sweet and savoury. Their usual plain prata is crispy, but the Milo Cheese Prata ($4) is a tad soggy and too soft.

Roti Prata: The Roti Prata House

Roti Prata: The Roti Prata House Milo Prata

The Roti Prata House

Address: 246 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370

Phone: 6459 5260

Opening Hours: Mon-Thu & Sun 7am to 2am. Fri 24 hours, till Sat 12 midnight.

Niqqi’s – The Cheese Prata Shop

As its name suggests, this Indian-Muslim supper spot is famous for its cheese prata. We ordered a Double Cheese ($4.50) prata and was impressed by the creamy richness of the melted cheese enveloped within the crispy prata skin. Each bite was gratifying, especially when you’re a cheese lover! The egg prata ($1.50) was prepared very well too. Each mouthful was filled with eggy goodness.

Roti Prata: Niqqis Cheese Prata Shop

Roti Prata: Niqqis Cheese Prata Shop Egg Prata

Niqqi’s - The Cheese Prata Shop

Address: 16 Clementi Road, Singapore 129745

Phone: 6872 2577

Opening Hours: 24 hours daily.

Mr. Prata

The Italian prata ($8) was generously filled with mutton, mushroom, capsicum, onion and cheese. Some bites were creamier while others gave a good crunch. We actually thought we were having pizza instead. Those with a sweet tooth can go for the French & Ice Cream Prata ($5) where the traditional prata is filled with banana slices and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.

Roti Prata: Mr Prata Italian Prata

Roti Prata: Mr Prata French Ice Cream Prata

Mr. Prata

Address: 26 Evans Road, Singapore 259367

Phone: 6235 6993

Website: http://www.mrprata.com.sg/

Opening Hours: 24 hours daily.

Thasevi Food – Famous Jalan Kayu Prata Restaurant

The Paper Prata ($1.80) and Prata Bom ($3.30) are rumoured to be famous, so we decided to go for these. The former was super crispy and as thin as paper, no kidding! The latter, on the other hand, was thicker and less crispy but we enjoyed its fluffiness and the sweetness from condensed milk and butter.

Roti Prata: Thasevi Food Paper Prata

Roti Prata: Thasevi Food Prata Bom

Thasevi Food - Famous Jalan Kayu Prata Restaurant

Address: 237 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799461

Phone: 6481 1537

Opening Hours: 24 hours daily.

Thohirah Cafeela Restaurant

Looking for a 24hours eatery around the North/North-East area? Thohirah Cafeela is here to satisfy that hunger pang of yours no matter what time of the day it is. Their extensive menu features Halal items with Chinese, Thai, Indian and even Seafood flavours. We had a fluffy egg prata ($2) which contained a super generous portion of egg.

Roti Prata: Thohirah Cafeela Restaurant

Thohirah Cafeela Restaurant

Address: 258 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799487

Opening Hours: 24 hours daily.


There are many eateries along Cheong Chin Nam Road which open till the wee hours, and Al-Azhar is the one that’s always bustling. We had the plain prata at $1.10 per piece, egg prata ($1.80), and cheese prata ($3.20). The prata is alright, but we guess the quantity of items offered by Al-Azhar makes up for its quality. However, the curry accompanying the prata is good and well-packed with Indian spices.

Roti Prata: Al Azhar

Roti Prata: Al Azhar Prata


Address: 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736

Opening Hours: 24 hours daily.

After trying so many pratas, our favourites are Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata, and ENAQ. Time to work it off in the gym. Enjoy!

MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visits and paid its own meals at the stalls featured here.

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