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 day trip app .
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  • I always go to Lau Pa Sat and have the food from stall No. 8, it is really the best one! You sit on the plastic chair having good food, a cold beer and enjoy the night.  more »
  • I tried the vegetarian dumpling from the stall "handmade dumpling" and they were very very good. I've been disappointed many times in different food court but those ones worth it. The old guy who is m...  more »
  • It's not a regular go-to place for locals because the food there is pretty overpriced as compared to other hawker centers, definitely a very touristic place. The food is decent and there's a wide vari...  more »
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  • Another great hawker dining experience on offer in Singapore. Plenty of options available all for a very reasonable price. The beer here is even pretty cheap for Singapore standards. Check out the pig organ soup and chicken feet if your feeling adventurous.
  • Good Hawker-ish alternative, great variety of cuisines and nice airy venue. Seemingly open all hours too. We went early(11am), so wasn’t crowded. The dim sum joint was good, as was the juice bar, though my pick was the wonderfully titled Fishball Story, great balanced dish. See attached pics. Def worth a look on your Hawker trail. It looks like nighttime would be a lot better, with outside stalls etc
  • This place has awesome variations of food and is located in downtown, Singapore. Well I am providing pictures, even forgot the names of the food I ordered with my friends. Their Laksa curry and Squid is awesome and would definitely visit again!
  • Generally a great place to be if you want to sample what Singapore hawker food has to offer. Just watch out for peak lunch and dinner hours. Make sure you ask about the prices before ordering at seafood stalls. You won't want to be surprised by the bill.
  • Best place for foodies to visit in CBD area. My every day lunch place. Must visit if you live in Singapore. Enjoy and have fun...

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