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Food was good, but we paid more than we were expecting for a Hawkers Market. $35 for 25 bite size satays. A fun way to eat though. Had a better night at the Vivio City Hawkers Market. Try the tapenyaki there. It was great, theatrical...More
We learned on the Hop On Hop Off that people from Singapore eat out sometimes three times a day. And I can understand why. This place had every type of cuisine you can think of - it was so hard to choose - we had...More
Singapore is well-known for its street food, and by far this is the best place to enjoy traditional food. Located in the heart of the business district of Telok Ayer, this National monument is a real gem. It's an old market with a nice little...More
Historic food market frequented by office workers and tourists. The building has an interesting history (see Wikipedia), go for Satay street but overall better (and cheaper) food can be found in other Hawkers e.g old airport road.
We were told by friends that we absolutely must go here. Well it was just a pavillion with street food. We tried food at a couple of stalls and were underwhelmed. It is ok for cheap eats, but don't go out of your way if...More
I am a huge satay fan and of the many places I’ve tried it in Singapore, Satay Stall 7&8 at Lau Pa Sat is by far my favorite. The marinade is great, the meat is well cooked and not too fatty and the peanut sauce...More
Was recommended this area by one of our tour guides. We had seen it from the tourist bus. Wow what a place multiple foods, had the satay sticks ,beer and veggie rice. Small point , have smaller bills , each item made at different places,...More
This place is amazing. So much to offer and with such a wide range of dishes to suit both meat eaters and vegetarians, the food hall provides authentic local dishes that have to be tried!
From pig organ soup to vegetarian curry, desserts to Western...More
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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
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 easy walk. Do not go to Raffles hotel that is a different location. There are many "raffles" in Singapore.
My absolute favorite over many visits in Long Beach restaurant - they have many locations so ask at the hotel, it is worth the cab ride. Get the black pepper crab, it is the best.
A few pieces of advice - download the MRT station guide app and get the tourist multi day pass for the MRT. With the map you can also see the underground routes to avoid some of the heat.
Enjoy! Singapore is beautiful with wonderful people.