Springleaf Prata Place (Springleaf Garden)

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1 Thong Soon Avenue
Springleaf Garden
Singapore 787431

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08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

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A little mozzarella cheese pull for you

Springleaf Prata has mozzarella cheese prata is so satisfying BUT after having mozzarella cheese prata, I had the Ultimate Murtabak and there is no turning back for me. Included ingredients such as portobello mushrooms, tandoori chicken, mozzarella cheese, egg yolk & onions, super huge portion! I’m satisfied 🤰🏻

Ultimate Murtabak $12

Heavily lacking in flavour. No wok-hei, limp, gluey and clumpy. The mutton bits were scarce. It’s a really disappointing meal at this joint!

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$4.50 for a really bad take on roti john. We couldn’t taste any minced meat within the roti john. The fillings were spread unevenly- we had a significant portion of plain, empty baguette which wasn’t even toasted/grilled. The roti was doused with an overload of mayo and ketchup which were unnecessary, especially when there’s a lack in taste of the eggs, chicken and onions?! Bad food with horrible service too. Slow with dirty cutleries stained w food marks and even food bits (what on earth!). We ended up washing the cutleries ourselves in the toilet. This place is too overrated. Either that or the origins shopfront had gotten too cocky from the media features. Haven’t been to any prata shop worse than this.

Introduced as a mainstay on the menu following some aware during the Hawkerfest 2017? It’s essentially eggs benny on top of prata, drizzled with a blanket of hollandaise which was too mayo-ish. The pale yellow hint of the hollandaise was a big giveaway to the authenticity of hollandaise sauce. It didn’t help that the ham was supermarket-ready (& possibly from a housebrand) as well. For $5.50, there shouldn’t be much complaints nor expectations for higher grades of ham but the hollandaise was kinda unacceptable?! Not sure why this even made it into the hawkerfest list. The only saving grace was a runny yolk in the well poached egg. Tho unfortunately didn’t integrate well into the prata cos it’s crispy and doesn’t soak up the yolk. Never trying this again! Let pratas be pratas and bennies be bennies please!

Glad that they use really good bananas and the banana taste comes thru more than anything. The egg is actually barely perceptible, except for contributing to a fluffy texture. Though I specifically clarified that it's a dessert prata, for some reason they still served it with curry lol.
Though the egginess is mild I would still recommend getting any other of the dessert prata as the egg doesn't gel with the banana well

P.S. feel free to ask them for condense milk to be drizzled

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The sweetness wasn't as prominent as I had expected but there really was a lot of umami from the mayo and the chicken luncheon meat. Though finally this seems to be the line lol, because of the ingredients even they can't get this prata to be crispy haha(understandably ofc). Again, probably worth a try after you've had their excellent kosong, egg and red bean pratas

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