246 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574370

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07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 04:00am

07:00am - 04:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

07:00am - 02:00am

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From the Burpple community

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.

I haven't eaten this in years. Although dabao, it's still as good as I remember. Crispy yet strong dough flavour. Come here for the kosong.

Spending the deepavali holiday aptly at The Roti Prata House. Seems like this place has quite a significant split reviews. Personally, on a return visit, it still failed to impress me.

For the standard of a crispy prata, I don’t think it’s sufficiently crispy. Instead, it’s rather doughy and oily, and I am certain that you can get better crispy pratas elsewhere. As for the egg prata, it got a little too soggy with the fried egg within. The dhal curry tasted a lil too sweet, that made an odd pairing.

The murtabak comes in S or L sizes, significantly filled with shredded chicken and onion slices.