Best Roti Prata in Singapore
Warm, fluffy and crispy prata slathered with some spicy chicken curry… mmm now doesn’t that sound good? There are always very strong opinions in the food blogosphere debating on the best Prata House in Singapore. Thanks to you, we have narrowed it down to these 14 places that have the best reviews and very possibly, the best prata around. Whether for breakfast or supper, pick a place near you to satisfy your ravenous cravings. We know you want to.
1. D’Rubinah Restaurant
Garnering hordes of loyal fans that come here for the inexpensive and unpretentious food, D’Rubinah is the people’s choice of the best roti prata in the Sembawang district. It comes as no surprise because the prata served here is crispy and non-greasy. The highlight of the dish is the mini bowl of curry that is served on the side. Frequent customers of D’Rubinah also rave about their Biryani and Mee Goreng. D’Rubinah Restaurant, 592 Sembawang Road, Singapore 758451 Image: Openrice user, CookiesNCream
2. Ali Khan Restaurant
Roti Canai is essentially called Roti Prata in Singapore and this traditional Mamak stall in the Macpherson area is dubbed one of the best around. A simple plain or egg prata coupled with their meat curries is a perfect balance of flavours. Have their pratas with some Indian Rojak for a variety of flavours. Ali Khan Restaurant, 508 Macpherson Road, Singapore 368207 Image: Openrice user, Hazelleo
3. Mr and Mrs Mohgan's Super Crispy Roti Prata
mr and mrs mohgan
Having been described as ‘manna from heaven’ by critics, we deem Mr and Mrs Mohgan worthy of being of one the top roti prata stalls in Singapore. The pratas sold at this humble corner in the Joo Chiat area is true to its name – super crispy. The pratas are also non-greasy as they are all made fresh on the spot for the customers. Take your pick from a wide selection of curries, from Dhal to Mutton or Fish curry. Mr and Mrs Mohgan's Super Crispy Roti Prata, Poh Ho Restaurant, 7 Crane Road, Singapore 429356 Image: Openrice user, Kiwiberry
4. Thasevi Food
Thasevi has been around for more than five decades and offers arguably one of the best roti pratas in the north. Although many are displeased with their slight increase of prices, their roti pratas are still of the same standard and taste. Try their fresh egg pratas with chicken curry, a favourite choice among the patrons of Thasevi. For an alternative or add-on, order a plate of Indian-style Mee Goreng or warm Tulang Soup, which are also bestsellers here. Thasevi Food, 237/239 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799461 Image: Openrice user, Dixie
5. Casuarina Curry
Casuarina Curry was opened 23 years ago and has stayed as one of Singapore’s most iconic prata restaurants ever since. They have a large range of different pratas including garlic and chicken floss variations. Have their crispy prata with a side of delicious chicken tandoori that some say is the best they ever had. Casuarina Curry, 136 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579524 Image: Openrice user, ieatandeat
6. Al-Falah Restaurant
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The best thing about roti prata is its pocket-friendly price tag, making it perfect to consume at any time. Al-Falah serves up piping hot and freshly made prata that surprisingly goes well with sambal (we think you should try it!) Have their pratas with homemade the Tarik and you’re set for a satisfying meal that will cost you less than $5! Al-Falah Restaurant, 681, Hougang Avenue 8, #01-855, Singapore 530681 Image: Openrice user, Revamp Spunky Rena
7. The Roti Prata House
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This is arguably the best prata house in Upper Thomson and they serve up roti pratas from only $0.90! Offering a wide variety of pratas, a popular choice is their Egg & Cheese Prata ($2.50). If you are looking for more than just pratas, The Roti Prata House also has other hearty options such as Maggi Goreng and Chicken Biryani. The Roti Prata House, 246M/K Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370 Image: Openrice user, rachelays
8. Al-Azhar
If you find yourself spoilt for choice along Cheong Chin Nam Road, why not pop down to Al-Azhar for some crispy and piping hot prata? They even serve up paper-thin Tissue prata, Murtabak and Thosai. We recommend their Cheese Prata that is made with mozzarella cheese instead of regular cheese. Al-Azhar, 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736 Image: Openrice user, whyjayxp
9. Al-Ameen
Renowned for its especially delicious curry that pairs up perfectly with their curry, Al-Ameen is one of the many prata houses at Bukit Timah that we feel is one of the best. They also serve up naan and other variations of prata such as pothina, which is a mint flavoured prata that will leave mint-lovers wanting more. Al-Ameen, 4 Cheong Chim Nam Road, Singapore 599727 Image: Openrice user, calvinntan
10. RK Eating House
This is probably the most popular spot on Kensington Park Road. Since the restaurant is always packed, try their Plaster Prata – a sunny side up egg on top of a plain prata— made to order. If you prefer having other flavours, go for their generously portioned cheese prata accompanied with mutton curry. RK Eating House, 1 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557253 Image: Openrice user, enimsaj85
11. New Victory Restaurant
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Although New Victory is well-known for their murtabaks, their pratas are just as good too. Unlike other stalls, they do not have many choices of pratas but the classic plain and egg version served here is the best you can find in Arab Street. Other popular dishes here include their Nasi Pattaya – Indian-style fried rice wrapped with an egg omelette. New Victory Restaurant, 705 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198679 Image: Openrice user, calvinntan
12. Haji K. Abdul Rehuman
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It is hard for prata dishes to be the star in the menu of so many different foods but for the Cheese Prata at Haji K.Abdul Rehuman, it beats everything else. Fluffy and crispy, the cheese inside is melted, making it extra savoury and delicious. Haji K. Abdul Rehuman,l Alexandra Village Food Centre, 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-76, Singapore 150120 Image: Openrice
13. Mr Teh Tarik Eating House
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For just $1.30, you can get an egg prata with a side of curry. Being true to its name, the prata here is best eaten with a cup of Teh Tarik that completes your meal. Mr Teh Tarik Eating House, Blk 846 Yishun Ring Road, #01-3603, Singapore 760846 Image: Openrice user, hoohuiqin
14. Syed Restaurant
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With 4 restaurants islandwide, you can get your prata craving satisfied conveniently. They have a large menu but we suggest just ordering their pratas. Go for the classics and get their plain one as it is served freshly made and dip it with some of their tasty curry for an added heat and enhanced flavour. Syed Restaurant, Blk 292 Yishun Street 22, #01-292, Singapore 760292 Image: Openrice user, sakurrin
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Written by Cheryl Chong
Roti Prata
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OpenRice SG Editor
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