For one last foodie hurray enroute to Changi International Airport, make a pitstop at Springleaf Prata Place on Jalan Tua Kong (about a 15-minute drive away). Tucked away in the eastside surburbs, this Halal-certified joint serves fun, fusion-type renditions of murtabak (pan-fried dough stuffed with various fillings) and roti prata (griddled South Indian flatbread). Both are usually served with house-cooked curry gravy on the side, although it's not unusual to see diners eating prata with white sugar. Be sure to bring a sense of adventure, because the creations here are unconventional. The Ultimate Murtabak ($12) comes stuffed with tender chunks of tandoori chicken and a thick layer of oozing mozzarella studded with mushroom slices, while the Umami ($7.50) brims with chicken luncheon meat, chicken floss, Japanese mayonnaise, egg and mozzarella. Alternatively, try the Plaster Blaster ($5), which sees crispy, plain prata topped with slices of ham and a wobbly poached egg, smothered in hollandaise sauce. We're happy to report it is equally yummy doused in curry gravy!
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Jervois Chong

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