300 Joo Chiat Road
Tin Yeang Restaurant
Singapore 427551

(open in Google Maps)

Saturday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Sunday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Monday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Tuesday:
06:30am - 11:30am

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

Friday:
06:30am - 01:00pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Reviews

From the Burpple community

This legendary roti prata needs no introduction (known as the best in Singapore!) but I just needed to document the day I ACTUALLY got to eat it at the coffeeshop. Worth the 1 hour wait!

1 Like

Best prata in all of SG. Crispy on the outside chewy on the inside, love it!!!

Texture is perfect, crispy on the outside but tender inside. Well worth the hype :)

Arrived at 11.30am on a Sunday and the wait was long! We were lucky to be able to place our order - shortly after our order was made, Mr & Mrs Mohgan stopped taking in more orders. It was abt 12pm by then?

Indeed crispy out, fluffy in kinda prata. Also, very cheap! Breakdown of our prata spend: Plain $1, 🥚 $1.50, 🧀 🧅 $2.50
I recall it’s approx $1.20 for plain, $1.60/$1.80 for egg at so-so prata places in my neighbourhood...

This is worth the wait if you can afford the time. Otherwise, there are other places in close fight with significantly reduced waiting time but at a slightly higher price point I guess?

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.

ADVERTISE WITH US