246 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574370

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07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 04:00am

07:00am - 04:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

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It’s been quite sometime since my last time visiting The Roti Prata House — folks who know me well enough would probably be aware of how I always seemed to have preferred Springleaf Prata Place over them. That being said, with a need to visit Thomson Plaza and having a real urge to have Roti Prata, I found myself winding up here yet again — possibly one of the most classic Roti Prata establishments around.

The Roti Prata House probably speaks best to the customers who are most loyal to them — their immensely crisp Roti Prata is something that I had never quite understood since the past, but I think I have grown to be able to accept over time. Always found their Roti Prata to be rather biscuit-like in crispness, but ordering other Prata apart from the plain one is truly the catch here. The Plaster is just like having a thin layer of crisp fried egg (albeit with an overcooked yolk) above the Prata, but the Cheese, Onion and Egg one is the real deal — stringy cheese beneath that egg with zingy onions that was nothing short of flavourful. Also liked how the Cheese, Onion and Egg Prata’s texture was quite affected by that of the egg; perhaps it’s due to the stretchy cheese, but it comes without that odd fluff caused by the egg white in the typical Egg Prata that I usually ain’t too much of a fan of. The curry here is mellow in terms of spiciness; carries just a decent flavour but it’s thick consistency could be matched with that of some Japanese curries — it’s nothing to shout about but at least it isn’t some watery, diluted curry that would have been a waste of calories to have.

Springleaf Prata Place is still a favourite of mine but perhaps I have come to realise how The Roti Prata House’s Prata would appeal to some — no doubt their Prata may not quite be the preferred one that I would like to have, but this visit has probably got me to have a little more appreciation to the Prata that I remembered myself not being too fond of just a couple of years ago.


𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗥𝗼𝘁𝗶 𝗣𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗮 𝗛𝗼𝘂𝘀𝗲 takeaway their plain prata , mushroom and cheese prata , prata bomb and teh tarik 😋 Their plain prata is so crispy ,delicious and eat it with their curry is the best 👍😊 The prata bomb just abit sweet, but eat with curry is just right.

My favourite is their mushroom and cheese prata , the flavour blend very well 🥰🤤Prata thickness is not too thin at all. When eat it is fluffy and nice that able to absorb the curry in it.
Queue for an hour to have their prata 😂the place is easy to find , just next to the upper thomson mrt . Worth the wait to try it 👍👍

📍246  Upper Thomson Rd
Singapore 574370
Opening Hours: 7am – 2am (Sun to Thu), 7am – 4am (Fri & Sat)

Just love it, there mushrooms in every bites of the prata and generous with their cheese too as compare to other places only a portion of the prata got some mushroom..

This was quite filling for me even though I only had one prata! I loved how crispy it was and I loved the moment when I tore the prata apart and saw one full egg inside. The fish curry wasn’t too spicy and was palatable - it went well with the prata. This is one of my favourite prata places in Singapore and I love having prata in the evening by the roadside!

The egg was fully cooked, so that failed as plaster. The onion was insignificant. However the prata itself was quite well done, despite the misgivings.

Lol I thought since the menu has so many cheese combos, their cheese must be good. It's meaningless. It's exactly how you imagined. They chopped up a slice of cheese and put into the prata.