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  • Roti Prata

    Share your fave, cripsy Roti Prata store here.

  • #2
    Not fave but average store - from Jalan Kayu Prata Store.

    I have tried their roti prata, nipplets(small, crispy round roti prata), mutton murtabak, cheese mushroom roti prata and mutton gravy. All I can only say they are not too bad. I find their Murtabak too wet with little filings. Cheese mushroom is not that fantastic as the name seems to be. I find it is not chees-y. I still like their roti prata.

    I also like roti prata from my neighbourhood store - Blk 803 King's George Ave coffeeshop. It is very cripsy and taste good too.

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    • #3
      I like the one at Eunos, it's very near my workplace there're 3 prata shops all in 1 row and i find the middle shop the best their chicken curry rocks

      also like to one at Banquet, below DrX center. Thanks to Nic's recommendation

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      • #4
        Casuarina

        It has the BEST prata!

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        • #5
          i love the 24-hr malay coffeeshop near Tampines East CC. it's one of the nicest i ever had, and their teh tarik (correct spelling?) also very nice

          *yummy*

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          • #6
            Casuarina is my choice! i like the plain prata, plas-tah (plain prata with sunny-sideup on top), paper prata, cheese and mushroom prata, chocolate prata ... ... yum yum... and the "teh-cinno" is also nice!

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            • #7
              I like the one at Upper Thomson. Think it's open by the one at Casuarina. Father and son team....

              Stomach's growling....urgh...

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              • #8
                ok for the eastsiders: this is at tanah merah, near tanah merah mrt, opposite petrol stations and a cold storage. Is that upper changi road?

                The BEST BEST murtabak and prata. The former is crispy, ladden with chicken and onions, extremely crispy and served with my fave: cucumbers and chili sauce.

                Other than that, roxy square foodcourt (opposite parkway) has great prata too, used to eat there so often back in my VJ days.

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                • #9
                  The cheese prata shop near NUS......... their banana cheese prata with honey is very yummy !!! Must eat them while they are hot !

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                  • #10
                    Roti Prata...especially Murtabak, Victory restaurant at
                    North Bridge Rd. Opposite Golden Landmark.
                    Got few other restaurant beside it also.

                    http://www.streetdirectory.com.sg/ma...N%20AREA&res=0

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                    • #11
                      I love the one at Suntec, next to Kuali.

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                      • #12
                        I love the prata at Keypoint... it is a shophouse near Keypoint shopping mall... their paper roti prata is fanatastic!!!!

                        For mumtaba, I love the ones at Arab street.... It is a two-storey shophouse and their teh tarik is another must try!! Yum Yum

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                        • #13
                          i luv d banana prata at jalan kayu..... realli yummilicious... still rem d taste till now

                          another place is d prata stall at loyang point(pasir ris), d prata is veri veri crispy... yum yum.... once in a while i will go there to eat too

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                          • #14
                            I like the cheese prata from Fong Seng!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Jimi_Asmara
                              Roti Prata...especially Murtabak, Victory restaurant at
                              North Bridge Rd. Opposite Golden Landmark.
                              Quite near North Bridge Rd, but more so Beach Road. The coffeeshop opposite the former army-camp-supply building, where the famed Ah Baling is; also the default tulang lovers' joint.

                              Like my prata 'kosong' and this shop finishes as early as 10.30am. After this time, you'd hafta settle for their white rice.

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