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Lau Pa Sat, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
08:00 - 17:00
08:00 - 17:00
08:00 - 17:00
00:00 - 17:00
00:00 - 17:00
They use chicken mince which is lovely
They got shrimps and chicken.
Cheap and good food in raffles place, everything else is so expensive
Very cool market with eating spots. Unfortunately lots of vendors trying to hustle us for food which was annoying. Mostly b rated stalls . Food was good though and good juice options for cheap price 2-3$
Had some of the awesome satays. May be had more than i should have. Would love to visit again
Of all the food stalls this was not my favorite because of the sheer size. This location is HUGE, inside and outside seating. It’s in the hub of the city, but the food options repeat (just different vendors) and it doesn’t feel as unique as the smaller stalls. The BBQ that’s made outside was the BEST. I don’t like meat alone, but this was my favorite dish of the evening.Seating is hard to come by. It can be warm because of location and lack of working fans. Bathrooms easily accessible. Wheelchair friendly.
Nice place to chill in CBD area. 10 mins walk from MBS shoppes. Satay not tht fantastic. So so.
Most well-known Singapore's hawker centre. Good ambiance, surronded by city & building lights.. ❤️
It's ok, nice to sit there. Have a few beers
The place has different types of Foods covering many different cuisines around the world. Being an Indian it was hard to find Indian food and this place will not let you go hungry. Behind the market during the night there is street stalls, covering wide varieties of food to enrich your souls.
Clean food court. So good to be back!
Good market for tasty and affordable food. Big portions, delicious food form different countries. My favourite market in Singapore :)
Food is not cheap as it is a tourist place. Too many hawkers asking you to buy their food.
This was one of the biggest hawker places we found. The food was excellent, we didn't try all of them off course, but the ones we tried were really good. As usual we went for the ones with a lot of locals, and with that strategy you usually en vs upp with something really good.Should I say something negative then it was that it was almost too big and as a consequence the sound volume was at times very loud.But if you are in Singapore, don't miss it!
One of the many places I usually go to get my comfort food, taste very homely and prices are very cheap
If I could give this place 10 stars out of 5, I would. This is hands down one of the best places I have ever been to - I am talking about the satay street at night. Try stalls 7&8, go for the satay mix and thank me later. The atmosphere & the food are spectacular and it really is something everyone should experience at least once in their lives.
Always a great place for some good food. Excellent variety of food, price is affordable and taste very homely!
We loved this area. The food was much cheaper here than teh local restaurants, and there was plenty of stalls to chose from. There was adequate seating and it was an easy place to find. The food that we ate was very tasty and full of authentic flavours.As a tourist feeding 3 kids this place was a god send. It's also close to the rail network and toilets are close by.
Cannot miss out on the Satay. The location in the middle of the skycrapers makes for a really interesting atmosphere. Food is reasonably priced and at least on a Sunday evening there was plenty of space.
WE came here back in October of 2019. When we first arrived, there were bbq vendors all around the outside with picnic benches full of people. I wasn't expecting to see so many people outside. When we actually went inside the center, it was actually quite quiet and empty compared to all of the activity going on outside. I also noticed that maybe half of the stalls were closed - perhaps we had arrived too early for dinner. There wasn't much selection however because the food is so affordable and delicious, we were not disappointed at all. Unfortunately we came here on our last night, but i would have loved to have come back to visit and have more food
Still smoky ambience despite covid 19 phase 2. Tables are more spaced out.
Good to try the local foods at Singapore.It opens at 7pm and all the foods stalls are inside the market but you just sit in the tables placed on the street.Love this place for the food tastes at Singapore.As you know, Singapore is pricey anywhere.
A wide variety of foods at a reasonable price, popular among locals and tourists, can be very crowded during lunch hour and challenging to get a seat.
The place has indoor and outdoor dining areas and have a good ventilation. It consists of wide range of food, and people always recommended you to try Satay (stewed meat) when you are visiting lau pat sat. I tried the satay once, to be honest not too special and the sauce is just so-so for me. I personally feel the satay in chomp chomp food court is even much better. Well, perhaps everyone taste buds are different.
Really good, friendly place to eat. Be careful, some foods are not displayed very well so when before you eat.
Great variety of food and has an indoor covered eating area. Pro tip: try the pepper crab and Satay. The street outside the market closes at 7pm with tables being added for outdoor dining.
It's very geared towards tourists at night. But you can have good satay for less than$10 per head and feel the Singapore weather. Other Hawker centres may be cheaper and have a more authentic feel, but the location is convenient and much cheaper than surrounding restaurants.
Great coffee & wonderful light dining overlooking one of Sydney's most private public beaches at Whale Beach. Try their handcrafted dark grain bread... heavy, healthy & fresh with butter and Vegemite!
My fav hawker centre in SG. They have indoor and outdoor seating. Good ventilation. Plenty of food options to choose from - what’s super important for me - vegetarian options! :-) great for lunch and after work. They have a special card payment system - if you get and top up their card, you get 10% off which is great. Highly recommended food place to visit - to me, it’s a must! I come here a lot during lunch breaks.
One of the beautiful, historic and biggest food court in Singapore and certainly gives you a blend of many local foods. Affordable place for groups to hangout right till late night in central Singapore if you want to avoid the expensive pubs in Clarke quay. Must try Satay!
Well, this marketplace is very live and noisy. So many different kind of food stalls are in. Great for local dishes! Always have a good time here.
Second only to Maxwell Hawker market... Will definitely be back! Tip: later at night or outside main hours it's much more pleasant due to the popularity of this place.😉 We had the satay skewers, stingray and chili crabs here. Amazingly low prices!
Had been a place to find all food for your taste buds.
Good ambience of seafood and satay is yummies....only pls bring back the old trh tarik bhai.....current ones need to improved.
Great hawker place in the middle of the city. Its one of the most expensive hawker centre tho. In evening the satay stalls will close up the street and put table over there. A lot of vendors will offers their food when you walking around, sometimes its a bit annoying. But great place to hangout
Really good and friendly food court. They have almost everything you want to eat. A good variety of choices and good value. Clean place as well
Great selection of just about every kind of food you could want. When the road is closed and hawker food stalls open, it becomes so called " Satay Street"... Great 😍
Food here is good, tasty and priced reasonably.
Satay there nice ..
Had satay in the evening. The ambience is great, alfresco dinning. Satay average only.
Very lively and spacious place. Plenty of food stalls to choose from. Ample of seating available. Affordable and delicious food!
Great for food. No parking for delivery services.
Plenty of great food opportunities. Clean, super friendly, no pressure eating out.
Been going back here over the last 10 years when visiting Singapore. Great spot I know there are others that are just as good and maybe better but Telok Ayer at Night becomes amazing experience sitting outside when the shut the side street. Ordering plenty of food to share and being with friends and family. You can see plenty of business staff come here to catch up and relax after work have a beer and food. Perfect setting and easy to get too, there is a huge amount of options for food available too and drink so no problems if you aren’t all fancying the same food! Last Photos Taken September 2019
I would like to warmly recommend the Le Fruit Juice stand #01-22 juice stall located on the first outer aisle. My family had 4 delicious juices, all very distinct and a delicious milkshake. The uncle running the stall makes great fruit blend recommendations and even suggests changes based on fruit seasonality or your preferences. He made the juices with a big smile and his hospitality and service truly stands out.
Based on 1 visit: The food is very good (particularly Satay in the evening). However, we were inundated by 'touts' trying to sell their food, and the signage for Satay street is non-existent. The food is more expensive than at other 'hawker' centers.
Touristy place but Newton Hawker Centre is better. This place has more Malay satay though and tasty.
Many varieties food but now Covid 19 manu shops closed & the satay is to dry. But the seafood was awesome but it took one hour to reach our table.
Good variety of food, most of places do not accept cards, only cash. No WiFi (when we were there) and bad toilet facilities. Works till late. I wouldn't recomend to order from some of the stoles as they were not very hygienic, but few are really good, so worth of try. Still I've enjoyed more food market on Beach Road, called Army Market, definitely worth of checking.
I ate chicken rice which is know as famous food in Singapore. You will feel the local atmosphere even there are many foreigners there. You have many choices there.
A must visit local food market. Lots of choice. Though avoid peak hours if possible.
Lau Pa SatA place is mostly served tourist than local during the evening time, 90% tourist and 10% local.The standard of the foods remain the standard, but the cost had been increased. Be more firmed when order foods if you are tourist, they tended to over sell and end up you will order too much of foods. It’s still a good place for street foods in the evening.
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