Sin Ming Roti Prata (Jalan Leban) – One of the Best Prata Stalls in Singapore Has a New Outlet!
February 10, 2021
Located just a stone’s throw away from Sembawang Hills Food Centre is Sin Ming Roti Prata’s new outlet. We’re so glad that they finally have their own space now that we had to come by and check it out!
The shop is right at the front of the stretch of the shophouses, and it’s very easy to spot from the bus stop. The eatery is quite spacious and can cater to big groups (of 8 or less of course) comfortably.
The outlet here is opened from 7 am to 11 pm. However, the owners do have plans in the future to extend the opening hours so that the supper club can come and hang. Unfortunately, it’s not going to happen anytime soon as they’re still figuring things out with this new outlet. Fingers crossed!
For a hearty breakfast, we ordered their signature coin prata (Coin Set Butter on the menu, $4) to share, along with our individual orders that include an Egg Prata ($1.80), Garlic Prata ($2.20), Cheese Mushroom Prata ($3.50) and Teh Tarik.
As usual, the coin prata didn’t disappoint. It was crispy, buttery and chewy. It was my first time eating it after reading about it. I would say that this was a 10/10 recommendation, and I would highly recommend you to try this if it’s your first time at Sin Ming Roti Prata too. It is no wonder that they are known and famous for this!
We had our crispy coin prata with the tangy and spicy fish curry, which was a perfect pairing. The coin prata was individually twisted and rolled into a small circle, and you might think that the centre of the prata might lack crispiness, but nope. It was very evenly pan-fried.
The usual egg prata is about the same as what you’d get elsewhere, and it’s a fail-proof order so we’ll not dwell much on it. The more unique pratas that they have here is the garlic series. The garlic prata here was quite fragrant. It bore some resemblance to a garlic toast with small bits and pieces of garlic packed within.
Lastly, the cheese and mushroom prata. It was not too bad as well, though I wished that they could add in more cheese for that cheese pulling effect!
Overall, this is still a good place to have your prata fix but probably more for the early birds. It’s easy to get here so don’t worry about accessibility if you are not driving.
Sin Ming Roti Prata (Jalan Leban)
Address: 2 Jln Leban, Singapore 577547
Phone: 6612 6763
Opening Hours: 7am to 11pm daily.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.
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