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The Best Prata Shop So Far

I should’ve done this blog long time ago. I love roti prata. I even buy frozen prata and store in my fridge. I also tried many prata shops including hawker store or Indian restaurant. I have to say this prata shop is the best so far!

The shop is called The Roti Prata Gouse Pte, Ltd. And it’s located @  246 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574370.

My husband and I have been there twice, even though it’s kind of far away from where we live. Many people came there to eat.

Here is the menu with many kinds  of prata and other dishes. And the price is quite fair.

The first time, my husband ordered bomb kaya  prata. It just blow our mind. We never know kaya can go so well with prata. I used to dislike sweet prata, but this kaya one definitely changed my mind.

I ordered roti john. It’s also very nice. But compared to the bomb kaya prata, it’s not that surprisingly good.

The second time, we went there during Chinese New Year. Because we seldom went that area, it’s a good chance for us to dine in that prata shop again.

I ordered coin prata. There were 5 of them and served with curry.

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Prata was still hot and crispy. I could have more of them.

My husband ordered this egg prata.

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Served with this dipping sauce.

I like my coin prata more. πŸ™‚

And don’t miss the teh tarik. My husband is a big fan. He ordered it both times.

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And I like the honey lime.

If you are also a prata fan, you can go and try this prata shop one day.

Mini Sausage Rolls


In a small bowl, mix melted butter,  a little salt, black pepper and mixed herbs.

Use a fork to poke a few times on mini sausage. Cut puff pastry (or roti prata) into long and thin strips. Dip the sausage in butter first. Then roll it with pastry strips. Brush egg mixture on the pastry’s surface.

Preheat oven to 180 degree C. Bake for 25mins.

Easy Banana Pie


It’s super easy. All you need are one banana, one puff pastry (or you can use a roti prata pastry like I did), one egg.

1. Cut roti prata in two halves. 

2. Put banana slices on one half. And put the other half on the top. 

3. Use a folk to press the edge. Put banana pie back to fridge for 10 mins.

4. Preheat oven to 180 degree C. 

5. Brush egg on the pie’s surface. And bake for 25 mins.

 

When it’s almost done, the whole kitchen is full of good smell. 

My husband loves it and soon finished it.