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Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion, Singapore

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Take a gastronomic journey around Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion, a food lover's paradise. Known as one of the city's best spots to grab a meal, the market offers a wide range of Singapore's ethnic specialty dishes at affordable prices. Take a walk down Satay Street--one of the market's highlights--and sample lamb, pork, chicken, or prawn skewers. Make sure you visit the market on an empty stomach so you can try as many different dishes as possible. Add Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion and other attractions to your Singapore trip itinerary using our Singapore trip itinerary maker.
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  • Unfortunately we found this place on our last day in Singapore around lunch time, we ate some great food and we will be going back on our next visit to Singapore, great place to eat with plenty of cho...  more »
  • Picked the Sofitel hotel as Lau Pa Sat is right next door. Ran over and bought food to bring back for the kids. Got chicken rice, fish soup, some char siew bao and ha gow. The food is pricier than nor...  more »
  • I liked Lau Pa Sat when I first arrived in Singapore in early 2011. Then it closed two years for renovations, cleaner tables and chairs, and higher prices. Yes, you can still get a reasonable and tast...  more »
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  • Chicken Hainan rice was really good. There are many other dishes that look so yummy. We have to come back and try others.
  • Excellent food. The highlight is satay. Combination of hot satays with draft tiger beer is enough to make an awesome weekend. Ideal for family and friends.To be included in must try list if anyone in Singapore
  • For those unfamiliar: The whole food court is called "Lau Pa Sat". It's great - huge selection of food. Must tries: chicken rice, fish soup and satay (satay stalls only set up for dinner).
  • Probably one of the largest and nicest looking (! not necessarily the food) Hawks in Singapore! Also it is newly renovated, hence nice location but still offers all the (cheap and good) local foods!
  • Great satay and ice-cold Tiger beer in the evenings, outdoor area. Hugely crowded but very friendly and enthusiastic stall-helpers to settle you in. Love the historic setting. Right next to the former Ogilvy Centre.