300 Joo Chiat Road
Tin Yeang Restaurant
Singapore 427551

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Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Friday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Saturday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Sunday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Monday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Tuesday:
06:30am - 11:30am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Nicely crisped exterior, with a slight soft centre, yet easily pulled apart — this is how I define a good prata. I was really looking forward to try the crispy prata from Mr and Mrs Mohgan, and I got the plain ones. They were delightful. Hot and crispy, and flaky at some parts. The Assam curry was light but not watered down, and lingers on my tongue too. A good prata curry shouldn’t mask the taste of the prata.

(My friend gave me a coin prata to try and it was slightly sweet with a soft whiff of margarine. Maybe I will try it next time!)

We waited close to an hour for our prata from 11am, and the prata sells out by 12pm on a Saturday afternoon.

Finally visited this much-talked-about prata shop in the east on our day off. Waited for around 30 mins on a weekday afternoon just before the lunch crowd hit. The highlight of our order is the egg prata as you can really taste the thick layer of egg within. Other than that, the coin prata is worth ordering too, but the plain prata is mediocre at best. The biggest disappointment is the “curry” that comes with our order. It’s a mix of dhal and (what I guess is) chicken curry, which I don’t mind, but the taste is so bland I rather have the prata plain. I actually requested for fish curry but they didn’t serve me that. A few days ago I saw someone posted about similar experience and suggested getting the mutton curry instead (maybe next time!). And yes, another unpopular opinion but I definitely won’t travel nor queue for this.

I could very well be the last person in Singapore to try “Mr & Mrs Mohgan’s famous crispy prata 😂 And my first visit wasn’t even planned. It was a spontaneous decision after I found my favourite “Joo Chiat Ah Huat Wanton Noodles” in the basement of Dunman Food Centre closed.
One of the items I ordered was the Coin Prata (an order has six pieces) and it was outrageously crispy. Each small swirl of slightly flattened dough was fried to a gorgeous golden-brown, and when I pressed down on it with my cutlery, it broke into thick, flaky chunks that were crunchy yet still slightly chewy in the middle of the folds. Amazing. Considering I tend to gravitate towards the cushiony style of Prata (which is why my default is an Egg Prata with Green Chillies), I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this. Will definitely return soon for more.

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Mr and Mrs mohgan super crispy roti prata again! This is my second time back here after they moved to the coffeeshop beside dunman hawker centre. It was around a 20mins wait even on a weekday morning! Crispy prata as always and it isn't super hard /chaotah. Plain prata here costs only $1/piece! Always wanted to try the coin prata but after seeing the price of $5 (because 5 coin prata are given and I guess the same amount of dough is used) , I always change my mind to just the plain pratas haha. they serve fish curry and mutton curry here! Since I didn't like the smell of mutton, have always opted for the fish curry!

Super crispy indeed!
The Pratas here are best enjoyed in the plain version, for the full crispy experience. Estimated waiting time would be between 30 to 45 mins during weekend lunch timing.

Spent a total of 45 mins waiting for my order of 1 plain and 2 egg prata. One of the better prata places in Singapore but not amazing.

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