Attraction 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore, Singapore Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Lau Pa Sat Festival Market is special ?
Lau Pa Sat (or “old market” in the Hokkien dialect) was Singapore's first wet market that dates back over 150 years ago to the time of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore. It was subsequently converted into a famous gourmet paradise and has been gazetted as a national monument since 1973.
- Food paradise with vibrant atmosphere
- Awesome place for foodies
- Enjoy the tastes of Singapore
- High end hawker center
- Great choice of food in unique b
18 Raffles Quay, Singapore, Singapore
don't forget to bring your tissue packets to chope seats during lunch hours
Ban mian at Stall 113 is to die for.
Best satay ever!!!
Give the Thunder Tea Rice a try. It's really good, but you have to know how to appreciate its taste.
Satay Stall 7/8 is really good
Pros: experience, multicultural, cheap, tasty food.Amazing cultural and food experience. Dirty cheap and lots of variety. It's also interesting the ethnic diversity.These food markets are a must try. You can not miss it.We had noodles. It comes with an extra bowl that contains a meat broth, liver, pork and a boiled egg. DELICIOUS.The place where we bought it looks one of the most popular places.I felt like Bordain in his TV shows in Asia.
The hawker side of this venue has plenty of variety and decent food and drink at great prices; the satay part, where you can sit outside on a cut-off street, is fantastic. It's busy and crowded and you have to run the phalanx of satay-hawkers -- so much fun! Cold beer right to your table, SGD18 for 25 sticks of satay. Been a few times now and love this place!
Unfortunately I didnt get to visit more Hawker Centers. But this one was great. You especially need to go at night when they shut down one road and Satay stands open up. Great bargin and great food. Grab a jug of beer and grab some satay.
Pros: experience, multicultural, cheap, tasty food. Amazing cultural and food experience. Dirty cheap and lots of variety. It's also interesting the ethnic diversity. These food markets are a must try. You can not miss it. We had noodles. It comes with an extra bowl that contains a meat broth, liver, pork and a boiled egg. DELICIOUS. The place where we bought it looks one of the most popular places. I felt like Bordain in his TV shows in Asia. Visited June 2013
The food here generally tends to taste better than your average hawker fare. So much so that we'll brave the crowds and come here for lunch during work when it's just straight up madness. Good luck trying to find a table. Most times you'll share with friendly strangers. The noodle stall in the middle of Lau Pa Sat is very good. I'd come back just for the noodles there. We had chili crab here too and it's not as good as what you can get at Long Beach or Jumbo, I should have known better. The satays here are quite good also. Took a friend visiting Singapore for the first time to give him the authentic Singaporean food experience. Told him this is the fanciest and most touristy hawker joint in Singapore.