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Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion

18 Raffles Quay Telok Ayer Festival Market, Singapore 048582, Singapore
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“satay” (421 reviews)
“hawker centre” (88 reviews)
“hawker food” (45 reviews)
18 Raffles Quay Telok Ayer Festival Market, Singapore 048582, Singapore
Downtown Core
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Alok Ayer Market, Festival Market is by ,majority of Singaporeans known as La Pa Sat , official name given to octagonal building with a central clock tower . It is located in the center of financial,commercial district of Singapore surrounded by hundreds of offices. Octagonal...More

Thank P M V
Reviewed 4 days ago

Go somewhere else for the satay. The satay was bad. The meat was all fat and the vultures (touts) are annoying. There was a carrot cake and chicken rice stall there that is no too bad but all in, it was not worth the journey.

Thank FamilymanPerth
Reviewed 6 days ago

Be very wary of eating here. lots of people i know have discovered bugs in their food, got bad indigestion after eating at these hawkers. that said, many office workers in the area eat here daily. The food isn't anything special either, so in my...More

Thank wandaywang
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Satay section of this very old food market is only opened at night time - during the day it is yet another busy road in Singapore - the satays are to "die for"- whilst the pavillion is open at night I think their main...More

Thank coralbielby
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a must visit place in Singapore. Amazing variety and selection. Food options for vegeterians are plenty too.

Thank SatishBalakrishnan
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visit Lau Pa Sat every time we are in Singapore. The meals are delicious and cheap. Satays to die for. It is very crowded at night even when raining but you always manage to get a table. You know its good when the local eat...More

Thank Grampam2013
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went again for the Satay, we always visit after 7pm when the Satay sellers spread onto the road and love the food and atmosphere. Kids are getting bigger, ordered 100 sticks of Satay and we finished them all and still could have had move after....More

Thank khopkins44
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is situated between sky scrapers. a whole centre of authentic food...best to go at night...grab a table outside and have a chilled beer with satay..stall no. 7 and 8 are the famous ones...but mostly all serve the same thing..i loved the whole expat...More

Thank Gift_Gift_Gift
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice architecture and a long history, recently restored: The perfect place for expatriates and tourists in quest of a sterilized foretaste of Singapore hawker centre culture. Lovers of cheap tasty authentic local food and heartland atmosphere will be disappointed.

Thank Vicente8
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The food is still great, and there is still the fun of Hawker but it feels a bit too "food court" now. Certainly still a great way to get an affordable meal in Singapore. Highlight is being outside at 6:30pm to watch the road closed...More

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15 January 2015|
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Response from TooBlueVilla | Reviewed this property |
There is not shortage of good places to eat in Singapore. Avoid the malls and touristy areas and you will have a great time. Lau Pa Sat is good to explore street food all in one shot. Raffles Place MRT station is closest and... More
27 December 2014|
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Response from TooBlueVilla | Reviewed this property |
Not far at all from Raffles MRT station - not the Raffles hotel. There are many "raffles" in Singapore, which can be confusing. I am not familiar with Montelupone (the only one I know is in Italy!).