396 Upper Bukit Timah Road
The Rail Mall
Singapore 678048

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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

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Came here on a late weekend afternoon and was surprised to still see a large queue and the venue at almost full capacity! Guess it was all the people looking for a teatime break after walking at Bukit Timah hill.

Plain prata ($1.10) 🥞 8/10
I love my fried goods CRISPY and this did not disappoint. Take note that if you want your pratas CRISPY and chewy inside, I'd advise you to just get the plain one and not the egg.

Chicken murtabak ($11) 🐔 6/10
The murtabak is also quite flaky, although I must say that the tiny nubs of chicken that the cooks were so thoughtful as to spare us were wholly insufficient.

Teh tarik ($1.50) ☕ 7/10
Very sweet and quite lacking in caffeine. That is all.

The quality of the pratas aside, everyone probably knows about this, but I love how they give you free flow of their piping hot and flavourful fish and chicken curries!

Brothers I tell you. After my ippt I almost died, pass only never get money but also almost passed out. Came here to get some re fuel cos shag out. Ate too much here cos never eat before ippt, the machix so kind to feed a fallen solider doing his duty to Singapore. Very crowded but when she saw me in ippt uniform she pitty. She saw my timing 15min... but pass she hug me and thanks me

Effort for the mango lassi art here. More brownie points for the ever awesome Springleaf

Poached egg, ham and hollandaise sauce worked wonders with the prata for me! I rarely have prata but this makes me crave for it. Poached egg done well, hollandaise sauce tasted mild and does not overpower the rest of the toppings. Prata itself has a crisp to it instead of being soggy or too oily. The price might seem steep for prata but I would say its worth it. Coupled with iced teh tarik makes it even more fulfilling

This is the “Prata Benedict” from Springleaf.
Called Plaster Blaster ($5.90), it made me recall the year of 2014 when eggs benedict and brunch items started flooding social media the first time, with Instagram pages filled with photos of oozy yolks. Does anyone remember that period?

You get prata topped with poached egg, ham and poured over with Hollandaise sauce.

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A great option for those who want to try the Ultimate Murtabak ($12ish) but don't have someone to share it with! I think this is superior to the other traditional murtabak flavours (chicken, mutton, etc.) because it comprises a medley of ingredients - tandoori chicken, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese to name a few - so it keeps each bite fresh and exciting! You will barely get sick of it before it's all gone. 😋

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