What to Eat & 5 Favorite food at Lau Pa Sat Singapore

What to Eat & 5 Favorite food at Lau Pa Sat Singapore

Nighttime in Singapore is no strange to the typical snacks, ranging from snacks to heavy dish that offer their own pleasure. In Singapore, there are also foods that are typical of Indonesian food, such as Chicken Satay and roasted fish, halal food to non-halal food, vegetarian food and other Singaporean specialties located at Lau Pa Sat. Lau Pa Sat is open for 24 hours, and is very crowded especially during day and night. Location Lau Pa Sat is located at 18 Raffle Quay and is located by MRT train at MRT Raffles Place station.

The food at Lau Pa Sat also ranges from Indian Bread (Chanai), Chicken Rice (Hainanese Rice), and much more typical Singapore food or snacks. Lau Pa Sat is one of the historic buildings, since it was built in the 19th century. George Coleman is a British architect who designed it with Colonial feel with high ceilings and the place is also clean and well maintained, so that visitors can feel the a fresh air in a day or night, despite the many eating outlets that sell food. Lau Pa Sat was also relocated in 1894 by the Government of Singapore, but the relocation did not change the original form.

Thus eliminating the historical impression. The singapore government also established the now iconic clock tower of the restaurant at lau pa sat. The name lau pa sat is derived from the hokian language which means "old market", the name of the era was not lau pa sat as it is now, but it is called Telok Ayer Market. 

Delicius Pasticceria (Lau Pa Sat)

Delicius Pasticceria (Lau Pa Sat)

Delicius Pasticceria! Yup The first-ever overseas outlet of Osaka’s Japanese bakery Delicius Pasticceria opens in Singapore. The Owner Sueharu Nagaoka has been working for 20 years as a cake chef in top hotels he started his own business in 2002 by open a cake shop.

However, Delicius is better with their tarts. Images are a beautiful thing. Their tin fruit (S$5) has a mild crust balance with figs that are not too sweet. This should be my favorite. If you need a cake to please your girlfriend, you might want to try Rouge 50 (S$5). It's refreshing with a bright, sweet, and sharp taste.


18 Raffles Quay Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, Singapore 048582
Daily : 08:00am - 11:00pm
+65 6702 7329
S$10 per pax
Delicius (S$6.50), Pomme Fromage (S$6.00)


Thunder Tea Rice (Lau Pa Sat)

Thunder Tea Rice (Lau Pa Sat)

Based on Tea, Thunder Tea Rice is on of a unique food. They believe tea could settle a lot of sickness, like Cold, Flu, Cough and etc. Located at Lau Pa Sat, Thunder Rice Tea is one of Healthy food you need to try when you not well. Sad you can get them too late, they open at 9 am until 9.30 pm.

To mix things up a bit you can order Brown Lei Cha Rice (S$5.50) with an extra piece of Beancurd stuffed with pork (S$1.40). Even without the addition of oily tofu flowers, the lei cha fan itself is on the saltier side. For us, this deviates slightly from what should be Lei Cha.


18 Raffles Quay Stall 12 Lau Pa Sat, Singapore 048582
Daily : 09:00am - 09:30pm
+65 6220 2028
S$5 per pax


Gangnam Bingsu (Lau Pa Sat)

Gangnam Bingsu (Lau Pa Sat)

Gangnam is one of elite place at South Korea, yeah most of people will though Gingnam Bingsu would expensive. But do not worry, located at Lau Pa Sat, Gingnam Bingsu have a “Cheap Enough” price. They do not have a heavy meal, but good enough to make you fat enough if you can’t control yourself to eat their Ice Cream.

The price not gonna make you headache, all the thing’s here are price for worthy. Matcha Bingsu with a huge portion (Large Size) is S$10.90 only. They have a lot of choice, from Choco, Matcha, and Fresh Fuit Ice Cream as the topping.


18 Raffles Quay #01-88/95 Lau Pa Sat, Singapore 048582
Monday - Friday : 11:00am - 04:00pm, 11:00am - 04:00pm
Saturday & Sunday : Closed
S$10 per pax


Sunny Viet (Lau Pa Sat)

Sunny Viet (Lau Pa Sat)

Sunny Viet is one of Vietnam Cuisine at Singapore. One you can located at Lau Pa Sat, you will see a large banner with Sunny Viet and under it you will see Vietnamese Cuisine when you visit Lau Pa Sat.

Not really famous, honestly your queue will not really long, usually, 1-2 people are in line. So in 3-5 minutes you can enjoy Vietnam Cuisine. Well about their food, you can try Smoked Duck Pho (Pho Vit Hun Khoi) The food is light and flavorful. The duck meat was a bit too shaky. Pho texture is quite smooth.


18 Raffles Quay Stall 98 Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, Singapore 048582


Opah Satay

Opah Satay

Opah Satay, one of famous Satay at Singapore, Bringing an Indonesia Cuisine, Opah Satay never seems alone with their Servant. Start from S$0.7 /stick, the cheap price and the Flavour of the Satay are the reason why they always have a lot of visitor. The Meat Combine with ketchup, when the satay on the griller, the aroma of the smoke really-really teasing.

With the bean sauce, the Satay feel so perfect, and really suit to eat the Sauce with Rice. Really a typical of Indonesian Food. Awesome and definitely Halal and all people obiously can eat here. And it located to Lau Pa Sat or Telok Ayer Market.


18 Raffles Quay Lau Pa Sat / No 1, Singapore 048582
Daily : 06:00pm - 11:00pm
+65 6742 8483
S$10 per pax


There are many other snacks and food in Lau Pa Sat Market, not only Singapore food specialties, but Turkish and Chinese specialties are sell in this historic dining place. However, food outlets in Lau Pa Sat often change, this is because the market manager Lau Pa Sat did not want to make the visitors feel bored.