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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Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion Reviews
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  • August 13, 2017
    In travel guides almost always and is a hawker centre is taken up more to say. Other than the world-famous Newton food centre, Maxwell Food Centre and pretty stiff exterior and above all clean. Not only local food stalls, Western, Japan food (Curry, ramen noodle, lunch, etc.), Costa Rica cuisine is quite rich is a variation! The table spacing is pretty packed with outside will be facing for the Newton food centre to a wiggy in everyone because it seemed to be not much seating. Dirty but I like to go to the hawker centre, I. A very helpful!
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  • August 12, 2017
    the global nature of the place is nice. The stalls are of the same type as that found in the other food runs, but in addition there is an area dedicated to the grilled skewers. Beef, chicken or mutton and gambas. We went to 7/8 and the cooking was perfect. Lady Tiger came to serve us drink. (the last time we were at 3/4, and it was the same).
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  • August 12, 2017
    This place is a well converted old pavilion that provides a nice stop for some delicious food in the heart of the CBD so you are surrounded by many different high rise buildings. Options from all corn...  more »
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  • September 4, 2017
    At first I did expect that this 4star reviews here were correct. But: Expectation: -food: great -people: great -price: great Reality: -food: okay -people: rude (the sellers there never smiled and never friendly and love to shout) -price: expensive Recommendation: Mc Donald's better ( It may be sarcastic but that's true. If you wanna have local food here you will meet those bunch of unfriendly sellers and it will ruin your meal) Singapore only have beautiful and clean environment. But their TOURIST-RELATED staff are unfriendly ( never smile and love to shout) also SOME staff at the airport. Yeah! Only some. But it will make you want to visit this country NO MORE.
  • August 23, 2017
    Some nice food here at good prices. Only 4 star because it simply isn't as good as some other Hawker centres. ( whampoa hawker center for instance!) Also had an experience with some slightly pinker than I would like satay kebabs, nothing came of it, I just felt uneasy about it for a day or two.
  • August 29, 2017
    "Touristy" hawker center, with good stalls. Tried duck noodles and satay outside of the building, both good, and reasonably priced. I would definitely recommend visiting it.
  • July 21, 2017
    A polished simulacrum of Singapore's hawker centers. Building is the same but the food stalls are not the small independent hawkers but the big local brands.
  • June 20, 2017
    Incredibly beautiful architecture in this glorious old building which houses a great hawker market. Arrive before 10pm to ensure maximum selection of open stalls. The roast pork and duck were execellent.

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