Joining a Toa Payoh makan food trail earlier this year conducted by Misstamchiak, brought to my discovery of another good prata stall - Rahmath Cheese Prata. The stall is run by Mr Ali, who used to operate in Ang Mo Kio before relocating to the current place at Toa Payoh Lorong 4. He sells a total of 13 different types of prata, from savoury to sweet.
We ordered both the Plain and Egg Prata which is freshly cooked upon. I disliked having prata that has already been pre-cooked which is cold and stale.
Plain Prata 4.5/5
A minimum order of 2 is required for the Plain Prata ($1.80 for 2pc). The prata had a nice buttery aroma which is fluffy, doughy and slight crispiness on the exterior. It is the type of prata texture that I enjoy, not those that is overly crispy.
Egg Prata 4.5/5
The Egg Prata ($1.50) is as good too. The egg gave the prata an additional layer of texture and bite. Not forgetting the curry, dip into it for a complete enjoyment of these fried flatbread.
Even though the stall is opened until 4pm, it is available up to 130pm. After that the stall sells mee goreng. So if you want to try their prata, be early.
Rahmath Cheese Prata
Block 74 Market & Food Centre
Blk 74 Toa Payoh Lorong 4
Nearest MRT: Toa Payoh (NS Line)
Tue-Sun: 6am - 4pm
(Closed on Mon)
1) Alight at Toa Payoh MRT station. Take Exit A or C. Walk towards Toa Payoh Library. Continue onwards to the main road (Toa Payoh Lorong 4). Cross the road and walk to destination. Journey time 8 minutes. [Map]