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Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, Historical Food Centre Singapore

Satay Hawker. Lau Pa sat Singapore

Satay Hawker. Lau Pa sat Singapore

Our first evening in Singapore  we wanted to go grab a bite  to  eat , but away from the tourist area, so ventured down to the old Festival Market or “Lau Pa Sat” where street hawkers cook satay in the open and a meal for 2 of us with 2 beers cost us a little over £9. We had a mixture of Korean and Japanese dishes. From Malaysian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Indian food stalls we were spoilt for choice. A bit worried about  the hygiene but it is well regulated and after eating from both the stalls in the market and the Satay Street Hawkers we had no problems whatsoever.

Lau Pa Sat Singapore

Lau Pa Sat Singapore


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