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Try these Food at Lau Pat Sat, Singapore

Friday, October 28, 2016

Enclave in the busy Central Business District (CBD) stood a food centre that attracts both locals and foreigners for a good meal. In places like in the CBD, you can also find delicious and affordable food items.

I update this page as I continue to try the stalls at Lau Pat Sat.


Sunny Viet Vietnamese Cuisine



The big bowl of Vietnamese Beef Noodles cost SGD6. The beef broth was clear and light, yet flavourful. The noodles were chewy and beef slices tender. What I loved most of about this bowl of noodles was the huge portion of vegetables, especially bean sprouts. I loved to eat the noodles with the crunchy sprouts and delicious broth together. (Food rating: 4/5)




Thirypathi Ayya (Stall No. 59)



At SGD7, the set includes two vegetable side dishes, two chicken pieces, two slices of naans and a bowl of curry sauce. The naans, though served hot, was mildly sour. The curry on the other hand was very spicy. The tandoori chicken was tender but lacked something, which I could not point it out. The other chicken piece was a little tender but it had a lot of spices in it. What I liked most was the vegetable dishes. I love the masala potatoes and long beans. Both side dishes were freshly prepared.



Naan Set came with two meat - both tender but lacked something, which I was not able to point out. Two vegetable sides were freshly prepared. I loved the masala potatoes best. The naans, however, had a mild sour taste. I am not sure if the original naan is supposed to be sour. (Food rating: 2.5/5)


Anjappar Stall



Anjappar offers naan set which comes with Tandoori Chicken. Priced at SGD8, you will get two pieces of plain naan and the chicken.



The naans had lightly charred corners with nice aromatic fragrance. The set came with curry gravy, which was spicy and aromatic. The tandoori chicken was delicious, though it was a little scrawny in size.

When I compared with Usman Restaurant, which I had eaten the last time at Little India, I think it was slightly better than Anjappar. You make a judge on that. (Food rating: 3/5)


Bak Kut Teh (Pork Ribs Soup)



Bak Kut Teh or Pork Rib Soup is one of Singapore's local food. When you are in Singapore, you may find it almost everywhere in the city. At Lau Pat Sat Festival Market, you will also find at least one stall selling Bak Kut Teh.

At SGD5.50, you can have a bowl with steamed white rice. The soup was a little spicy because of the white pepper. What I did not like about the soup was that it was not fragrant enough. It lacked something in the soup. The pork rib was tough and it was very difficult to bite the meat, making the meal very inconvenient. I will definitely not coming back again.

Alternatively, you may also try Ah Seng Bak Kut Teh or Founder Bak Kut Teh. Or do recommend us your favourite stall or restaurant? (Food rating: 3.5/5)


Turkish Cuisine



Tucked within the Lau Pat Sat Festival Market, you will find a nice stall - Turkish Cuisine. This stall also have restaurants at Suntec City and Upper East Coast Road. Priced less than SGD7, you can enjoy a generous serving of Chicken Kebab wrapped with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, drizzled with white sauce and hot sauce.

What I like about the wrap was that it was very filling and the kebab was tender and flavourful.


Japanese Teppanyaki



The Japanese Teppanyaki stall offers a variety of food items such as ramen, beef teppanyaki, chicken teppanyaki and curry rice.

Similar to Pepper Lunch, the Chicken Teppanyaki had the same preparation. . They put the pre-cooked chicken cubes into the hot plate glazed with oil. Then, they added some seasoning, put steamed white rice onto the hot plate and finally topped with corn. The dish was then drizzled with spring onions as garnish. I must say that the Chicken Teppanyaki was nothing special. It was a little salty but it was tasteful. The chicken cubes were cooked just nice - tender and moist. I think I will come back again to try their other dishes. This dish cost me SGD5.90 - a rather reasonable amount in the Central Business District. (Food rating: 3/5)


Address: Lau Pat Sat Festival Market, 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
Price: $ (You may get as cheaply as SGD10 at CBD area)

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