Springleaf Prata Place (Jalan Tua Kong)

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57B Jalan Tua Kong
Singapore 457251

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08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

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The milk here is condensed milk and it tastes like a lovely dessert prata. I love tissue prata because it’s crispy and it’s not too heavy on the palate as well... and this one is also sweet without being too surfeiting!

It’s not exactly a budget find, but ~$2 for such a big piece of quality prata is still a steal in my opinion. This prata house is not famous without a reason. I love that the dough was slightly chewy at its core and crispy on the outside, with the egg rather evenly spread throughout the prata.

Service and quality has deteriorated after CB. Ordered my standard mozzarella cheese egg prata but it wasn't cooked at all. Egg was all runny - the egg white was transparent and all liquid. Cheese had not melted - could still see all the individual pieces of the mozzarella cheese. Obviously the prata was neither cooked long enough nor at a high enough temperature if the cheese didn't even manage to melt.

Requested the staff to cook the prata more, but was rejected (understandable since it's during the Covid period). However, they did not try to make up for it at all. Simply returned the prata to me. Did not offer to make a new prata as replacement or refund me. Ignored me when I went up to the staff at the counter and gave more feedback.

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Really simple but also done really well - crispy yet fluffy prata, washed down with a mug of creamy teh.

Springleaf Prata Place is in my opinion, on another level with their food. Take their Chicken Murtabak for example. Aesthetically a design lover’s dream, it fits perfectly on the silver tray it is served on. Such precision creates a modern graphic look which is an interesting contrast to a very traditional dish.
In terms of taste, I think the Murtabak is good as the dough itself is very thin and fried to a glorious golden-brown crisp. The minced chicken filling though can be a tad dry but once curry is splashed on, it is no longer an issue. Especially since Springleaf Prata Place does a most excellent fish curry that’s aromatic and thick. Another plus point? It is free-flow.
I have long loved fresh green chilli in my Prata and Murtabak, so I pay extra for some to be thrown in. If you are keen to have a fruity brightness and heat cutting through, I recommend giving it a go.


My parents, especially my dad, like red bean desserts, so when my friend Annette told me how much she and her brother enjoy the Red Bean Prata at @springleafprataplace is, I knew I had to order one for them to try.
It was a hit!
Even after about the ten minutes it took me to travel to my parents’ home, the thin dough of the prata was crispy. And it stayed that way after cooling down completely. It was such a lovely combo with the smooth and sweet red bean paste filling. It paired nicely with freshly-made hot coffee.