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24 Sin Ming Road
#01-51 Gim Huat
Singapore 570024

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06:00am - 07:00pm

06:00am - 07:00pm

06:00am - 07:00pm

06:00am - 07:00pm

06:00am - 07:00pm

06:00am - 07:00pm

06:00am - 07:00pm

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Supposedly the best coin prata in Singapore. Crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside. Waited for 10 minutes quite fast. Goes very well with the chicken curry!

I had really high expectations for the coin prata as I have read so many reviews raving about it. However, it didn't quite blow my mind. Yes, the prata coins are very crisp but I didn't find the insides fluffy as described by others. It was really quite ordinary, and I much prefer their normal roti prata.

I have nothing but praise for this prata - so simple-looking but so incredibly executed! It was crisp and doughy in just the right places. The curry that accompanied it was also really good - it was actually decently spicy and thick. I really enjoyed each bite of my curry-soaked prata. πŸ˜‹

I was a bit apprehensive to order the curry chicken initially, as I was afraid it would be a really small portion like other Indian food stalls I patronized before. Hence, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the portion of chicken served was rather HEFTY. I had at least half a breast and a wing - that is a win for me! The chicken was cooked just nice as well, nothing too tough or powdery here. I will definitely order this combination again the next time I am here.

These coins beat plain prata hands down. So shiok I’ll swap my coins for more of these prata coins.

$4 for 3 plain and 1 egg prata :)
$4.50 for one fried chicken drumstick!!! :(
Prata was good. Layers were very obvious. Almost like a croissant prata. Plain was much better than egg. Yummy!

Now comes to the highlight of this stall other than coin prata. We asked Mr.Mohammed which murtabak we should go for (Chicken VS. mutton). Chicken murtabak is what he suggested. The murtabak skin is crispy in a polite way (no crackling sound) with plenty of onions and chicken strips. So fulfilling and delicious!! (not greasy at all as you won’t notice oil trace on the murtabak skin like some other places).πŸ§πŸ˜„
The murtabak is as usual come with sauce but you can level up with mutton curry if fancy. Wish we can try sweet prata but this will be a good dangling carrot for our next outing!! 😜