1. SPRINGLEAF PRATA PLACE
The Rail Mall, 396 Upper Bukit Timah Road, tel: 6493-2404.
I love the unique varieties of prata offered at Springleaf Prata Place, but it is its Rail Mall branch that has more a comfortable setting – it is less cramped, for one! The Plaster Blaster is a favourite order. It is a prata topped with poached egg, ham and hollandaise sauce, making it the perfect brunch treat. – Ho Pei Ying, consumer and lifestyle writer
2. SIN MING ROTI PRATA
#01-51, Jin Fa Kopitiam, 24 Sin Ming Road, tel: 6453-3893.
You must have the coin prata when you visit this place. It is a miniature version of their plain pratas, but taste-wise, it is in a league of its own! The coin pratas are crispy, chewy, buttery and very fragrant. Have them with their legendary mutton curry! – Nikki Ho, senior designer
3. CURRY CAFÉ
#01-03, Canberra Community Club, 2 Sembawang Crescent, tel: 6966-0832.
I love having lots of curry with my pratas, and thankfully, this shop serves really good chicken curry! I love that the prata is crispy yet buttery. Dip it in the curry, which is just a bit spicy, and you have a yummy combination that is hard to find elsewhere. – Ann Neo, senior designer.
4. PRATA WALA
#01-75/76, Bedok Mall, tel: 6702-4031.
The service takes a while here, but the wait is worth it because the pratas are just so good! I would recommend the plain prata, which is crispy on the outside but oh-so-fluffy inside. If you want something with a tinge of sweetness, I would recommend the Bom Prata, which is equally good. – Davelle Lee, features writer
5. NIQQI’S THE CHEESE PRATA SHOP
18 Clementi Road, tel: 6872-1030.
The pratas here aren’t the crispiest, but they are very tasty. I like the cheese varieties, especially the Cheese Garlic Prata. The garlic bits aren’t too big so they don’t overwhelm the entire prata. And because it’s so flavoursome, you don’t really need to have it with curry. – Jessie Ng, editorial support