1 Thong Soon Avenue Singapore 787431
$6 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Indian
Daily: 7:00AM - 12:00AM Closed on every First Monday of every Month
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Rated 5.0/5.0 9 months ago
Always a great food experience here. Coin prata nice and crispy. Mutton bryani was tender and flavourful. The sweet lassi was good as well. This prata shop is definitely much better than the one at Jalan Kayu. Might be abit out of the way but worth it! Prices about $10 per pax with drinks depending on what you eat.
Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago
So much easier to get here with the Thomson-East Coast MRT line right at the door step!. Finally made it out this place with some overseas guests. Beautiful mural on the wall showing local prata shop culture. The menu was very well-suited for tourists, with a range of local staples (egg onion), fusion-type modern renditions (raclette cheese) and dessert (chocolate) prata. Curry is self-service and I recommend the fish curry for the yummy assam taste. Oh, and don't forget to bring tissue packets to chope and wipe your mouths afterwards - no napkins provided!
Rated 4.0/5.0 11 months ago
Good prata! Very crispy. Even the egg prata was super crispy. The curry was not as good as the prata. I asked for fish curry, but this is not the spicy type. Maybe I prefer those with spicier taste. Since it’s my first time visiting his branch, I was quite surprise to see people queuing outside the shop before it opens at 8am. A place cyclists will frequent due to the location.
Rated 2.0/5.0 7 months ago
Wasn’t very impressed. Service Staff seemed impatient, and were unknowledgeable about the food they were serving. Had their Special Lamb Briyani too, but it was very underwhelming. It’s mostly bone. Maggi Goreng was terrible bland, almost like it’s just been cooked in water and drained. Their Plain Prata was crispy, as promised. Plaster Blaster and Umami 50 were some interestingly delicious items. The ingredients for Murtabak were not scattered evenly, so it was quite confusing with each bite. Other than that, just a over hyped, and expensive place.
Rated 2.0/5.0 11 months ago
After all the fuss about how good their prata is, we decided to pay a visit. Crispy yes, but is it that nice? Nope. Paying $2.40 for 1 egg prata is not worth it, plus it was super oily. As for the maggi goreng chicken, paying $6.60 for some simple tossed noodles is ridiculous. I would give $3.50 max. Finding the parking space was another headache. Maybe my fellow Singaporeans want an aircon place to relax and chit chat. Even that should be avoided since it is covid times. Conclusion, just not worth it. Ask me and I can suggest other neighbourhood uncles selling superb tasting pratas and maggi goreng.
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