Tuck-in at Singapore's Lau Pa Sat.
Lau Pa Sat, Singapore’s oldest heritage food hall, has now added 24 new food stalls to its dining space.
The historic hall is located in the city’s central business district and, along with what now numbers more than 80 food stalls, it also boasts Singapore’s largest open air satay street. The venue offers a huge repertoire of street foods, embracing Vietnamese, Thai, Korean, Turkish, Mexican, Indian, Chinese and Hong Kong dishes, as well as local fare.
Some of the yummy new additions include Mr Tom Yum Thai Kitchen, Sing HK Kitchen from Hong Kong, Wok of Wonders and - closer to home - Ling Jie Kamping Delights for piping hot Bak Kut Teh and fragrant Nasi Lemak, and Golden Shoe Hokkien Mee for bowls of prawn noodles.
Lau Pa Sat keenly supports the Singapore community and around 70% of the food stalls are managed by local hawkers and founders, including second- and third-generation hawkers keen to promote Singapore’s hawker culture.
Lau Pau Sat has also introduced Food Folks, a concept that blends retail and dine-in experiences, with 87 local food and beverage brands for sale, many exclusive to Lau Pa Sat.
Moving with the times, the 108 year old venue now offers e-payment; simply download the FairPrice app from Google Play or App Store.
Lau Pa Sat will be hosting six carnival weekends running from Friday to Sunday until October 2, with games and photo spots at the food hall and a lucky draw with more than S$5,000 worth of prizes to be won.
Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre, 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582.