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We dined in satay street twice, and both times the quality of food was excellent.
I suggest to be there 6.50pm as the seating area (literally on the street) opens at 7pm. Its funny to see how fast they lay down tables and chairs from...More
I have eaten there more than a dozen times and love it. The food, the people and the atmosphere is fantastic. I mainly eat satays from stall #9, also, when you are there buy some wet wipes from the old guy, only s$2.00, he has...More
The Best stands according to many locals are #7 & 8. Because of the sauce. and I like their shrimp.
$0.70 per stick, the rice cakes are$1 (long boiled rice in a small bag, served cold.) Beer is $5.50 flag down a Tiger lady in...More
Satay street pops up at 19:00 every evening beside the Lau Pa Sat hawker centre. The vibe and atmosphere is excellent with the stalls lined up along one side of the street and tables and benches placed on the road itself (which is closed to...More
Closest MRT station to here is Raffles Place. Only a 5mimute walk. Open from 7 pm each night. Most popular stalls seem to be 7 and 8. We ate at stall 8. Not cheap like street food elsewhere in South East Asia, however no worries...More
We regularly visit on our travels to Singapore. The food handling of an A,B etc. is certainly true for the food stall sellers, our favourite is Mr. Wonderful who is a really friendly guy that makes Satay sticks, dumplings & a few other small meals,...More