Prata Wala

4.10  
Prata Wala - Breakfast Set Close-up
Prata Wala is a quick-service, halal certified Indian restaurant which provides delicious, value-for-money Indian cuisine in a modern setting. The menu offers Indian favourites from North and South Indian cuisine.

Prata Wala Locations & Outlets

Prata Wala is a part of First Gourmet group that also owns the Zaffron Kitchen, Friends Wok & Bak Kut Teh, Pavilion Banana Leaf, and Wimi Thai Ice Cream brands. Prata Wala offers Indian cuisine with signature dishes like Prata, Briyani, Thosai and Tandoori. The restaurant chain is halal-certified.

The following is the list of Prata Wala outlets in Singapore (as of Dec 2021):

  1. Chinatown Point – (Chinatown) 133 New Bridge Road, #B1-44/45, Singapore 059413
  2. Coastal PlayGrove – (East Coast Park) 902 East Coast Parkway (Area B), #01-02, Singapore 449874
  3. Jurong Point – (Boon Lay) 1 Jurong West Central 2, #01 – 71, Singapore 648886
  4. Northpoint City – (Yishun) 930 Yishun Avenue 2, Northpoint City North Wing, #B1-57, Singapore 769098

Prata Wala Menu

Below are its menu items and prices:

Prata

  • Plain (min 2 pieces) – $1.60
  • Onion – $2.70
  • Chili – $2.70
  • Egg – $2.70
  • Garlic – $2.70
  • Cheese – $4.10
  • Egg Onion – $3.70
  • Egg Cheese – $4.60
  • Egg Cheese Onion – $5.00
  • Egg Cheese Mushroom  – $5.20
  • Bom – $3.80
  • Plaster – $2.70
  • Mutton Murtabak – $11.80
  • Chicken Murtabak – $10.50

Thosai

  • Plain – $3.60
  • Onion – $4.00
  • Egg – $3.90
  • Masala – $5.20
  • Paper – $4.80
  • Paper Masala – $6.10

Rice Set

  • Curry Chicken Rice – $8.50
  • Fried Chicken Rice – $8.50
  • Mutton Rice – $12.20
  • Curry Fish Rice – $8.60
  • Vegetarian Rice – $7.90

Tandoori Breads

  • Plain Naan – $3.30
  • Butter Naan – $3.70
  • Garlic Naan – $4.00
  • Cheese Naan – $5.00

North Side Dishes

  • Tandoori Chicken – $7.90
  • Chicken Tikka – $7.90
  • Chicken Malai – $8.20
  • Pudina Tikka – $7.90
  • Butter Chicken – $8.70
  • Palak Panner – $7.90
  • Chana Masala – $5.40
  • Jaipuri Mix Veg – $5.70
  • Dhal Makani – $5.40
  • Bombay Fish Masala – $7.40

South Side Dishes

  • Curry Chicken – $6.40
  • Fried Chicken – $6.40
  • Chicken 65 – $6.00
  • Curry Mutton – $11.50
  • Potato Korma – $4.80
  • Mutton Keema – $5.50
  • Briyani Rice – $2.70
  • White Rice – $1.50
  • Daily Vegetables – $2.30
  • Pappadam (min 2 pieces) – $0.70

Chappati Set

  • Chappati (min 2 pieces) – $1.70
  • Potato Korma Set – $8.50
  • Mutton Keema Set – $9.50

Snacks

  • Vadai – $3.00
  • Samosa – $2.50
  • Curry Chicken Puff – $1.40
  • Butter Chicken Puff – $1.40
  • Sardine Puff – $1.40
  • Tom Yum Puff – $1.40

Refreshers

  • Bandung – $3.40
  • Ice Limau – $3.40
  • Ice Plum Limau – $3.70

Tea

  • Teh O – (Reg) $1.80 (Large) $2.30
  • Teh Tarik – (Reg) $2.00 (Large) $2.50
  • Teh C – (Reg) $2.00 (Large) $2.50
  • Teh Halia – (Reg) $2.70 (Large) $3.20
  • Masala Chai – (Reg) $3.30 (Large) $3.80
  • Ice Tea – (Reg) $3.20
  • Ice Tea O – (Reg) $3.00

Coffee

  • Kopi O – (Reg) $1.80 (Large) $2.30
  • Kopi – (Reg) $2.00 (Large) $2.50
  • Kopi C – (Reg) $2.00 (Large) $2.50
  • Bru Coffee – (Reg) $3.00 (Large) $3.50
  • Ice Kopi – (Reg) $3.20
  • Ice Kopi O – (Reg) $3.00

Milo

  • Milo – (Reg) $2.70 (Large) $3.20
  • Ice Milo – (Reg) $3.70
  • Milo Dinosaur – (Reg) $4.50

Soft Drinks

  • Coke – $2.40
  • Coke Light – $2.40
  • Sprite – $2.40
  • Bottled Water – $2.00

Prata Wala Review (Chinatown Point)

Special Menu: Breakfast & Snacks Set @ Chinatown Point
(Before 11am & 3pm-5:30pm)

  • Set A – $4.90
    1 plain prata, 1 egg prata, 1 kopi/teh tarik
  • Set B – $3.90
    2 plain prata, 1 kopi/teh tarik

Prata Wala at Chinatown Point is located on Basement 1 of the shopping mall, and is connected to Exit G of Chinatown MRT station (NorthEast Line). The restaurant is along the right pathway towards NTUC Fairprice and has a seating capacity of around 20-30 people. We visited the store at around 9:30am on a weekday morning specially for the breakfast set that is only available at the Chinatown Point outlet. As we arrived at the restaurant, we noticed that it was almost full even though it was only 30 minutes after the opening hour. It appeared that everyone was there for the breakfast set.

Lucky for us, there was one last table available. As it is a self-serve restaurant and we head over to the counter to make our order. As there were only 2 staff available, the cashier was doubling up as the drink preparer. It took a few minutes before he attended to us. Like most of the customers at the restaurant at that time, we ordered two Set A ($4.90) where each set includes 1 plain prata, 1 egg prata and 1 Kopi O. We were then given a queue number with our beverages before we went to our table to wait for the prata.

After about 15 minutes wait, our number was called on screens placed across the restaurant. We head back to the cashier to collect our food. We felt the heat of the pratas as we place them on the table. The prata tasted great (hot and fresh from the pan) and are comparable to the famous roti prata we had at Jalan Kayu and Springleaf. The prata here are crispy and flaky on the outside and springy as you tear them apart. It also has a buttery taste that pairs very well with their moderately spicy curry. It was a cheap, simple, good local breakfast we had in CBD area in awhile. After we completed our meals, we returned the wares to their collection point just like in a hawker centre or a food court.

In summary, we rate their quality of food a 4/5, their service a 3.5/5 (though there wasn’t much service since it is self-served), their value-for-money a 4.5/5, and the environment a 4/5. We highly recommend their breakfast to those who are nearby.

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