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The Roti Prata House

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Located at Sin Ming Plaza, The Roti Prata House specialises in indian cuisine.

Fri to Sat: 24 hours, Sun to Thu: 7.00am - 2.00am

+65 64595260
$6 based on 54 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (11 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (10 votes), Lunch (9 votes)
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We started with a Plain (original) Prata (SGD$0.90) that came with a small plate of curry. Then we also shared a Mushroom Cheese Prata - a thick prata made with slices of button mushroom and plenty of cheese. It was very tasty at first few bites - with and without infusion of curry, but gradually it got colder and the mess of cheese became rather unappetising.   We also had a Banana Prata - a sweet, lovely dessert with real banana slices amongst the crepe-like skin of the roti prata. I enjoyed this - would have been perfect with some hot fudge or chocolate sauce!   We also had a plate of Maggi Goreng (fried maggi noodle) with some vegetables and eggs. I enjoy maggi goreng usually because the way these Indian restaurants fried it, the texture was springy and flavor was awesome; hence I got hooked. The last time I had this dish here (about 2-3 years back), I had thought it fantastic, as had The Beau and friends with us then.   Tonight, however, the noodle was soggy and limp, and the maggi goreng itself was sweet as though it had been fried in tomato sauce only. It was very disappointing.   For full review, please visit:  http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/dinner-at-roti-prata-house-thomson-road.html

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• 10 Feb 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

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-pretty easy to get seats cause its pretty big 
-service is d*** bad, often receive wrong order or the staff wont attend to you fast
-prata standard is one of the worst, other than plain prata, all their other prata is pratically 'deep fried' suggesting how oily the d*** thing is
-noodles only mee goreng is good
-curry is good
-drinks is good
-ambience.. too many big groups going cause of the big space thus pretty noisy, smoking area cmi
-value.. pretty standard price
-overall, i recommend you to walk another 10mins to sin ming roti prata, a little cheaper and way tastier
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• 22 Nov 2014 • 448 reviews • 7 followers

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We started with a Plain (original) Prata (SGD$0.90) that came with a small plate of curry. Then we also shared a Mushroom Cheese Prata - a thick prata made with slices of button mushroom and plenty of cheese. It was very tasty at first few bites - with and without infusion of curry, but gradually it got colder and the mess of cheese became rather unappetising.   We also had a Banana Prata - a sweet, lovely dessert with real banana slices amongst the crepe-like skin of the roti prata. I enjoyed this - would have been perfect with some hot fudge or chocolate sauce!   We also had a plate of Maggi Goreng (fried maggi noodle) with some vegetables and eggs. I enjoy maggi goreng usually because the way these Indian restaurants fried it, the texture was springy and flavor was awesome; hence I got hooked. The last time I had this dish here (about 2-3 years back), I had thought it fantastic, as had The Beau and friends with us then.   Tonight, however, the noodle was soggy and limp, and the maggi goreng itself was sweet as though it had been fried in tomato sauce only. It was very disappointing.   For full review, please visit:  http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/dinner-at-roti-prata-house-thomson-road.html

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• 05 Oct 2014 • 217 reviews • 5 followers

Crispy Prata!

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Besides my preference for crispy prata, I also categorize Prata into 3 weight categories: Under (too thin), Acceptable and Over (Too Doughy).

Here at The Roti Prata House, not only is their Prata crispy, it was 'acceptable weight' too! Their curry complimented really well with it too!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/the-roti-prata-house-at-upper-thomson-road/
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