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Good street food

Visited in the evening, the street is shut off from vehicles. It does get busy but lots of people... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2019
London, United Kingdom
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Locals or tourist, Lau Pa Sat offers great city priced hawker fair

During the day time most of the stalls inside the Lau Pa Sat (meaning Old Market) are open and... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2019
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Really enjoyed visiting and eating here during a recent trip to Singapore. The atmosphere is terrific and when I visited it was not overly crowded. You cane either eat in the building which is a lovely old restored building or outside in the street near...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank lozza321884
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Why? - Open and airy, not dark and dingy - Large number of seats per stall, so no struggle finding a place to sit - Wide variety of stalls including Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, Japanese and even Italian offerings as well as lots of Chinese and...More

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A huge hawkers center with just the best food and really well priced. Sit outside and soak in the atmosphere and the smell of the Satays!! This in itself is an experience! A must is the veggie spring rolls that are made in front of...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank lifenadventure
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Hawker food at its best. Having grown up in Singapore smart casual and western food was not what I wanted on my special birthday. Ate at 7/8 The Best Satay, and they certainly knocked adjacent Super Satay at 6 into the shade BUT amount of...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank 990SteveH990
Reviewed 17 February 2019 via mobile

Wasn't a fan. Too touristy for me. Overpriced and not as tasty. There's a better hawker closer by (5min walk) that feels more like singapore and has yummy food. Amoy food court or market st food court has food for around 3 to 4 dollars...More

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed 3 February 2019 via mobile

Visited in the evening, the street is shut off from vehicles. It does get busy but lots of people coming and going, so tables not a problem, the satay is lovely and so cheap about 70 cents a stick, you can order from the vendors...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank andreahex
Reviewed 16 January 2019

Amazing street food for the best price/quality in Singapore. Can be very busy at lunch. Chinese, Japanese, Indian of the highest quality.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Tapos T
Reviewed 15 January 2019

During the day time most of the stalls inside the Lau Pa Sat (meaning Old Market) are open and offer a wide variety of local foods such as Indian banana leaf curry, chicken rice, Vietnamese pho and fishball noodles (prices are between $5-10 per meal)....More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank tastechamp
Reviewed 10 January 2019 via mobile

It can sometimes be hard to find vegetarian options in hawker centres, but this is by far an outstanding place to eat if you are wanting great vegetarian street food at Lau Pa Sat, food is fresh, hot and tasty, I ate here twice and...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank kesterr2013
Reviewed 5 January 2019 via mobile

There are numerous bars and restaurants in the areas adjacent to the Merlion but a short walk to Lau Pa Sat for street food is my preferred choice for a quick meal. Featured in one scene in the Crazy Rich Asians movie, it is one...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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30 March 2016|
Response from ZoeLouise19 | Reviewed this property |
Yes (both) we visited Sunday lunch at 2pmish and again at 10pm after the light and water show for dinner on a Sunday evening in September.
15 January 2015|
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Response from TooBlueVilla | Reviewed this property |
There is not shortage of good places to eat in Singapore. Avoid the malls and touristy areas and you will have a great time. Lau Pa Sat is good to explore street food all in one shot. Raffles Place MRT station is closest and... More
28 December 2014|
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Response from TooBlueVilla | Reviewed this property |
Not far at all from Raffles MRT station - not the Raffles hotel. There are many "raffles" in Singapore, which can be confusing. I am not familiar with Montelupone (the only one I know is in Italy!).