Knowing that Singapore is a home for Chinese food as well as Indian food, no wonder there is a lot of favorite prata gems across the boundary. If you are the one who really obsessed with soft, dense, and homemade Indian food with a touch of Malaysian influence, be sure to pay a visit to Springleaf Prata Place. They the humble beginning in 2003 and after a long run, they got 6 outlets until now. It clearly represents how they redefine the foodie's needs and built up their reputation through the process. Let's bring back the beautiful childhood memories when a piece of prata served together with rich curry sauce could be our mood-booster.
The one that you see here is located on the West side of Singapore exactly at the Rail Mall. Getting insights, the whole area has to apply the modern contemporary design by the presence of rustic wallpaper and snack rack at the corner. Walls mounted with all-time favorite menus and queuing number. Perhaps, whenever you step in you will realize this restaurant is dedicated for casual occasions.
Particularly, Springleaf Prata Place promises to spice up your palates with their magnificent Plaster Blaster (S$ 5.00). Featuring an uncommon combination between 78 degrees egg benedict, smoked beef, and pita bread is definitely works and become the popular pick nowadays. To enhanced the whole flavor of it, an additional homemade curry sauce has been drizzled on top of it. Beside satisfy your palate, this dish also visually appealing known as Instagram-worthy food. Too many good things need to be unveiled about this dish.
A perfect proportion of cheesy and meaty notes is Umami 50 (S$ 8.00). Combining remarkable melted cheese with a cut of chicken sausage and subtle chicken floss has been resulting in rich and dense texture for the whole dish. Making its reputation higher by adding the dipping sauce which comes from rich curry sauce. A typical dish that clearly shown a harmonious blend of culture. Definitely the must-try one in Springleaf Prata Place.
Presents another signature collection of murtabak called Ultimate Murtabak (S$ 12.00). A beautiful wrap of subtle chicken tandoori, salty melted cheese, and dense pita bread on A3 size of plate is definitely good for sharing. What makes it beautiful is the richness of the topping that blends really well on your mouth. Especially the price tag seems to be low compared to what you got here. Relatively, the best-seller one.
Experienced the audaciously beautiful creations of Indian food called Mee Goreng with Egg and Ikan Bilis (S$ 5.00). In this light-hearted presentation, there is something to be discovered. What impress me a lot is the simplicity of it. Not too complicated but still complex. Just stir it and all of the aromas will be comes out. It looks like an all-day dining menu that every people can afford it.
There were plenty of other creations to be tested for, like Maggi Goreng (S$ 4.00) or maybe Kwetiao Goreng (S$ 4.00). It's simple, traditional, and quite entertaining. But still, my preference still goes to the previous one because it doesn't taste significant.
Springleaf Prata Place boasts a savory nuance of subtle Indian food that results in a finger-licking on your palate. The affordable dimensions make it even interesting. Perfect for those who are looking for a casual dining spot.
Springleaf Prata Place
396 Rail Mall
Upper Bukit Timah Road
Nearest MRT: Hillview
RSVP: (+65) 90 626 849
8.00am - 12.00am (Everyday)
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