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57B Jalan Tua Kong
Singapore 457251

Monday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Wednesday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Price

~$10/pax

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Sinful breakfast 😋 after morning jog at Springleaf Prata. Plaster Blaster (egg benedict), Ultimate Murtabak, Umami 50, Special Paper (milk), Egg Prata, Iced Milo and Iced Teh Tarik.

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For those who love crispy pratas, this is the place for you! Pair them with their signature fish curry and you’re off on a delightful gastronomic adventure! So simple, yet so satisfying!

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Plaster Blaster ($5.50) aka Prata Eggs Ben with free flow fish curry is always great for a relaxing Sunday brunch

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Reliable prata place in the East if you like your prata with some “crisp”.

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Q: What’s better than Masala Thosai?
A: Masala Thosai with Cheeeeeeeesssee!
Freshly made, the huge thosai is crispy on the outside and soft within as it is stuffed with hot, gooey melted cheese and soft, lumpy pieces of potatoes that’ve been cooked in spices. This appetising combo is a real belly-filler too. Totally worth the $4 for sure.

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A: Masala Thosai With Cheeeeeeeesssee!
Freshly made, the huge thosai is crispy on the outside and soft within as it is stuffed with hot, gooey melted cheese and soft, lumpy pieces of potatoes that’ve been cooked in spices. This appetising combo is a real belly-filler too. Totally worth the $4 for sure.

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Oddly enough, no Chinese New Year celebration is complete without me craving a prata fix. So I scurried over to the Jalan Tua Kong branch of Springleaf earlier today with my nephews and niece, and we ordered a few of Springleaf’s original creations to share. This Murtaburger ($7.90) was one of them. I am not too fond of lamb so I only had a small bite of the lamb patty that’s wrapped within but on the whole, I thought the prata was pretty tasty as it’s fried with an egg, and filled with cheese, chilli sauce, mayo and pepper sauce.

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This plaster blaster lives up to its name! Super runny yolk which burst when cut and the Mayo sauce (I think) is super good!

[Halal] As part of the annual Ultimate Hawkerfest, Springleaf Prata Place introduces a new dish to its menu. Notable predecessors include Salted Egg Prawn prata and Plaster Blaster and Murtaburger. In the case of 2017, they've concocted the Prata Alfredo ($10.90, set). As enticing (or weird if you will) as it sounds, how does it fare?

Pretty alright, but with one major flaw - the sauce was way too oniony. Even if it eventually settled in on my palette, the unpleasant taste lingered. Ah well. I do love the incorporation of the chunky diced rosemary chicken though and maybe low-key liked the chili sauce in there, even though it sounds offbeat in principle.

This comes in a set actually, accompanied with a tall cup of lime juice. You may find that it helps to cut the flavours that rub you off the wrong way, although it'll make you squirm from its immense sourness.

I don't hate it, but I do think it deserves props for the innovative fusion of alfredo and roti prata. Whether you see it as merely a hype machine or as the epitome of creative food crafting, you can't deny that Springleaf has been at the forefront when it comes to introducing unorthodox, yet decent pratas to the local pro-prata crowd. (7/10)

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this was decent, but not salty enough. the best one I had so far was at al azhar at bukit timah - very salty but satisfies like none other. yes I know pm lee talked about healthy eating but friends, you either go big or go home! if you eat the healthier but tasteless form of any food, then you might as well don't eat right. 🙄

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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
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For crisp innovative prata that never disappoints, I always hit up Springleaf. It brings me much joy to witness various local establishments pushing flavour boundaries without being too gimmicky; winning the palates of many heartlanders.
The Umami 50, embedded with an interesting combination of savoury chicken spam, sweet mayonnaise, chicken floss, mushrooms and stringy cheese. First impressions of this one usually has many raised eyebrows, but once you start, it's usually wiped up (with their fish curry) in a jiffy.

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For a restaurant that is tucked in the private estate of Siglap, I was actually quite surprised that this outlet of Springleaf Prata Place is packed with people at 8.00pm. This is definitely a place for somewhat affordable prata in an air-conditioned setting.

Of course, other than the popular 2013 MurtaBurger, this Red Bean Prata (S$3.50) also caught my attention. Nope, they don't make this like an あんパン (Japanese red bean bun), but more like a 锅饼 (Chinese red bean pancake). Unlike the usual oily roti pratas, this prata is thin, crisp and appears to have oil blotted out before serving. Anyone who likes red bean paste should give this dessert prata a chance.

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Nothing screams guilty pleasure more than maggi goreng to me. The soft, wavy, chewy, instant noodles fried with curry spices, beansprouts, tofu and chicken chunks make for a hardly spicy, but really gratifying meal. And of course, we finish that off with a cherry on top! Well, metaphorically speaking, we top it off with a sunny-side up egg with a runny yolk. 🍜🍳 Can I get a "shiok la"?! (7.5/10)

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So thin, crispy and sinful with that condensed milk drizzled over. Don't bother to order the one with sugar - just sprinkle the sugar that is available at the table over the prata!

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