Fri to Sat: 24 hours, Sun to Thu: 7.00am - 2.00am
Located at Sin Ming Plaza, The Roti Prata House specialises in indian cuisine.
I'm a frequent here, cause it's just a drive away from where I stay.
My favorites is the mushroom cheese prata and the mutton curry.
But I had one occasion where I was served "yesterday's" Mutton. That's where the favorite mutton curry kinda got black listed off my favorites.
I kinda hate the plain prata, yes it is crispy, very crispy. But it's just way too oily for me. (They kinda deep fried it)
Hate the part where they reduced their opening hours for the weekdays, maybe because they didn't quite get the "buzz" that they used to.
Service can get quite on the slow side when it is really crowded.
Might take 1/2 an hour to 45 mins just to get your order.
And would take around 10 mins - 1/2 an hour to get your order taken. (Tips - You need to get loud to get their attention)
As for cleanliness... Well let's say I don't expect much from an open concept 'restaurant' that's just across the street.
The Roti Prata House; located at Upper Thomson. This place is one of the popular place for roti prata! I was there on a Sunday morning after my morning exercise. The place already quite crowded with patrons like me – in morning exercise attired. I guess likely is because it’s nice Macritchie Reservoir Park. Anyway, that day I ordered the normal prata, a chicken floss prata, chicken masala and two cups of teh limau! The chicken floss prata was very good, I’m definitely going back to try more of their pratas!
i love their chicken and mutton Briyani! Also ordered Mushroom Cheese Prata. But they gave me cheese onion Prata Instead. Was initially disappointed but turned out I also loved the cheese onion so I didn't have it changed.