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Sin Ming Roti Prata

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Located in Jin Fa Kopitiam on Sin Ming Road, Sin Ming Roti Prata serves Indian cuisine.

Daily: 06:00 - 19:00

+65 64533893
$4 based on 46 submissions
Breakfast (13 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (9 votes), Lunch (9 votes)
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Overall the best prata i've ever had

During weekends the queue might be at least 30mins long, totally worth the wait. 

all their curry is fantastic.
prata not too oily not too soft not too crispy.
service is good as well
perfect if they have a bigger store (roti prata house size or bigger)

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• 10 Feb 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Overall the best prata i've ever had

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During weekends the queue might be at least 30mins long, totally worth the wait. 

all their curry is fantastic.
prata not too oily not too soft not too crispy.
service is good as well
perfect if they have a bigger store (roti prata house size or bigger)
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• 01 Jan 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Excellent Prata

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A common dish at our local hawker centres and coffeeshops, but that doesn't mean a good prata is easily prepared. This is where Sin Ming Roti Prata stands out, as it serves consistently good, crispy and tasty prata. Definitely will go there whenever I can!
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• 13 Oct 2014 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Great Prata!

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Located at a coffee shop beneath a HDB block at Sin Ming estate (near LTA HQ), is this stall tucked away in a corner.

I discovered  that they have a special dish and I came for it when I was out for breakfast last week.

The item I was looking for was 'Coin Prata'. Essentially, this was prata about the size of your palm. You get a set of 5 pratas for $3.50. I observed how it was made. 

The cook flip the dough to a big circle and cut it up into 3 strips. He then hold up each strip and makes a 'lollipop' with the dough. This then goes onto the griddle and fried.

You have a choice of chicken of mutton curry. I asked for the mutton curry and it was spicy and nice. 

There are other ala carte items such as fried chicken and squid, which I wil try the next time.
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