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If you are looking for a tasty meal, look no further. Lau Pa Sat has every kind of cuisine imaginable, be it Japanese, Western, Chinese or even Turkish. Lau Pa Sat is a household name, ask any Singaporean on a street to hear their own food adventures in Lau Pa Sat. I particularly like the store which sells fried chicken, as it comes with a special sauce that makes unique to what you can find elsewhere.
Lau Pa Sat is the largest remaining Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of Singapore's business district, it is a favorite meeting place of the locals. Built in 1894, Lau Pa Sat was a wet market and has now been restored and converted into a food centre offering a wide variety of local food.
It is extremely crowded at night and there is a live band playing if you sit inside, near the drinks store. The satay is fantastic! It's a good place to bring your friends from overseas, as they can experience our food culture.
I come here for the satay though the food here might be on a high side as compared to other hawker centres. And here you can get to sit outdoors, which is something like the old Satay Club we used to have in Singapore.
Always go there eat during lunch time, and lucky it is very big, that's why it is easy to find a seat at there. But whenever after I go there for lunch, when I return to office, my back will be sweating...
Lao Pa Sat festival market is a great place to dine with a variety of cuisines to choose from! This is one of the places you should consider if you have tourist friends visiting Sg. :)