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Handcrafted dough, made fresh daily.

Tasty pan fried crispy plain prata, 2 pieces.
Combine the savoury curry.


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Going @ SGD$1/pcs with minimum order of 2pcs
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Location : Sin Ming Roti Prata.
#01, 24 Sin Ming Rd, 51 Jin Fa Kopitiam, Singapore, 570024.
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Rice is plentiful and fragrant.

A little dry though.

The chicken is fresh and cooked just right. Doesn't feel overcooked at all.

Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/06/melt-cafe-mandarin-oriental-singapore.html
Melt Cafe
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039797
Tel: +65 68853500
Nearest MRT: Promenade (CC Line, DT Line), Esplanade (CC Line)

Hard to believe but it was first time trying tissue prata and teh haliya and it’s become my go to from now on!! Teh haliya is basically milk tea with ginger. Ginger in milk tea sounded abit dubious at first but after trying it it’s like wow Who knew spicy milk tea was actually good?? The tissue prata is basically a thinner crispier version of the normal prata shaped in a cone. Tissue prata is the best, like honestly buttery, sugary goodness, I don’t care if you say it’s a dessert it’s a damn solid prata meal to me😉😉 Also, the thing is humongous like I think it’s as big as my face and wrapped around at least 2-3 layers so it’s a good idea to share. Plus... it’s a 24hr prata place so you can get your prata fix at all hours!! You’re welcome;))
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Usually get my prata fix here — one egg, one cheese please. They’re really crispy! Their curry and maggie goreng differs between days so it’s good at times and not sometimes. Tried the roti John for the first time but I thought there too much onions? Not really a fan.

Usual order: One egg and one cheese prata, maggie goreng ayam, nasi goreng ikan bilis and for drink, teh-o-ice-limau.

Sitting quietly at the corner of Joo Chiat Road and Duku Road is an unassuming coffeeshop devoted to South Indian fare such as prata and nasi biryani. I tried the latter today and found it to be quite a lot better than most. The rice was light and very aromatic (it had plenty of fried shallots) while the chicken masala I chose tasted superb. My pick of the thigh meat portion was practically fall-off-the-bones tender and it had the spices deeply infused into it. I enjoyed the masala gravy for its thickness, fragrance and well-seasoned flavour.

💰 Adult-$78++ Inclusive of Chilled Juices (Every Sunday to Thursday Dinner)
💰 Adult-$88++ Inclusive of Chilled Juices (Every Friday and Saturday Dinner)
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Location: Melt Cafe, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, 5 Raffles Ave, Marina Square, Singapore 039797
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We ordered fish masala and Kadai Paneer ( vegetarian dish recommended by the waiter). Both tastes rich and portion is generous.
The basmati rice for 1 portion is good enough for 3 persons sharing.
Sweet lassi is the best that I’ve ever tried in Singapore thus far.

Fish masala $15.9
Kadai paneer $15.9 ( 1-1 free)
Basmati rice $4
Sweet lassi $5/ glass

Total :32.89 inclusive taxes

This is my first prata since being away from SG for 6 months and was quite disappointed because I forgot that I don’t like the prata from Roti Prata House that much. Their prata has more of a doughy texture inside and reminds me more of fried bread. It isn’t as stretchy as other pratas and it has a tinge of sweetness. While others may like it, it’s not really my preference. Their daal curry was also regretfully watery.

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While their standards are better than average, I can’t help to notice that the quality, particularly the texture is inconsistent between 4 kosongs that I had! Crispy and not crispy.. Perhaps it’s a case of relocation or change of cooks? However the egg prata was enjoyable as it’s eggy parts are spread throughout giving that soft kinda’ fluffy bite! Their signature sambal is now self service and it’s still a must try as it adds a little heat to their non spicy curry.