Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Crispy Roti Prata
Arguably the pick of the bunch, this is the first on numerous Roti Prata ranking lists, and going by the quality and the crunchiness of the pratas, mine too. Mr Mohgan makes the pratas himself, which more or less guarantees the same level of quality for every single prata. This however causes opening hours to be shorter and waiting time to be longer, but I’m sure it’s a tolerable notion, no?
Address: Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata, Poh Ho Restaurant, 7 Crane Road, Singapore 429356
The Prata Place
Aside from delivering novel concepts – such as the chicken floss and cheese pratas – they also do well on the basic fronts. Their pratas break into crisps that would surely melt in your mouth.
Address: The Prata Place, 1 Thong Soon Ave, Springleaf Estate
Sin Ming Roti Prata
The pratas here are cooked to order, and as such would not be limp and tasteless by the time you consume it. They are delightfully cripsy as well, with the even better notion of not being overly oily.
A must try.
Address: Sin Ming Roti Prata, Blk 24, #01-51, Sin Ming Road, Singapore 570024
You know you serve great prata when customers come back for more, despite some distinctly poor service. And that’s what Enaq deals out – amazingly crispy roti prata that seemingly crunches under your very teeth.
Address: Block 303 Jurong East Street 32, Singapore 600303
Casuarina Curry Restaurant
Casuarina Prata’s signboard is pretty interesting – it proclaims its pratas to be Singapore’s answer to the croissant.
And we must say that it does live up to its words.
Aside from containing just enough oil, it’s also crispy and flaky – just like a croissant.
Address: Casuarina Curry, 126 Casuarina Road, off Upper Thomson, 64559093
A somewhat refreshing break from the standard prata, Curry Cafe serves pratas that are buttery and flaky, instead of the ‘biscuit-exterior’ pratas we have come to expect.
Address: 2, Sembawang Crescent, #01-03, Canberra Community Club, Singapore 757632