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10 Best Lau Pa Sat Food in Singapore [2023]

Lau Pa Sat Food

Best Lau Pa Sat Food
Best Lau Pa Sat Food

If you’re looking for some of the best food in Singapore, you don’t need to look any further than Lau Pa Sat. This iconic hawker centre is home to some of the best stalls in the country, serving up delicious dishes from all over Asia.

No Lau Pa Sat guide would be complete without a mention of the iconic Satay Street. As soon as nightfall creeps in around 7pm, Boon Tat Street is magically transformed into an enchanting al fresco eatery with rows and rows of tantalizing satay vendors ready to seduce your taste buds!

Whether you’re in the mood for some Malaysian laksa or Japanese sushi, there’s something for food folks at Lau Pa Sat.

In this blog post, we’ll be listing 10 of our favorite stalls at Lau Pa Sat, so make sure to check them out!

1) Lau Pa Sat Dessert Shop

Lau Pa Sat Dessert Shop - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Best In Singapore)
Lau Pa Sat Dessert Shop – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Best In Singapore)
Key services:The food stall has the signature Mango Milk ice, which sells at $2.70 and the servings are generous.
Address:Stall 46 Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, 18 Raffles Quay, 048582
Website:N/A
Phone:N/A
Email:N/A
Operating hours:Mon-Sun, 10.00 AM – 12.00 Midnight

Lau Pa Sat Dessert shop offers you a wide variety of desserts at a competitive price.

The food stall has the signature Mango Milk ice, which sells at $2.70 and the servings are generous.

The dessert is very refreshing with condensed milk, crushed ice, and not too sweet as you would expect.

Key Differentiators

  • Generous serving of Mango Milk ice

2) Pig Organ Soup

Pig Organ Soup - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Taste Atlas)
Pig Organ Soup – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Taste Atlas)
Key services:The house has this signature Pig Organ Soup Kway Chap at $4.80.
Address:Stall 14 Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, 18 Raffles Quay, 048582
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 6220 2138
Email:N/A
Operating hours:Mon-Sun, 8.00 AM – 11.00 PM

At Pig Organ Soup Kway Chap, you enjoy a variety of pig dishes.

The house has this signature Pig Organ Soup Kway Chap at $4.80.

The delicious Teochew dish is made from various rice sheets, herbal broth and is accompanied by a variety of pork belly, tau kwa, preserved salted vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, tau pork, and pig offal.

Key Differentiators

  • Has a variety of flavors in one bowl

3) Qiu Lian Ban Mian

Qiu Lian Ban Mian - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Trip Advisor)
Qiu Lian Ban Mian – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Trip Advisor)
Key services:The Qiu Lian U Mian costs only $4, consisting of fried anchovies, thin yellow noodles, minced meat, and vegetables.
Address:18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 6220 7397
Email:N/A
Operating hours:Wednesday
10AM–8PM
Thursday
10AM–8PM
Friday
10AM–8PM
Saturday
10AM–8PM
Sunday
10AM–8PM
Monday
10AM–8PM
Tuesday
10AM–8PM

Qiu Lian Ban Mian offers customers tasty handmade noodles that are served in scrumptious soup.

The Qiu Lian U Mian costs only $4, consisting of fried anchovies, thin yellow noodles, minced meat, and vegetables.

The food stall is popular for its delicious meals, which are of varied flavors. It also has minced meat that is tender and very tasty.

With good customer reviews, the food stall should be your go-to next time you visit Lau Pa Sat for a delicious noodle dish.

Key Differentiators

  • Cheaply priced, reasonably flavored

Client Testimonial

These are consistently good and never fails to satisfy.

JHJZ

4) Budding Chef

Budding Chef - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Eat and Travel)
Budding Chef – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Eat and Travel)
Key services:Another favorite on the menu is the chicken cutlet Noodle, which goes for $4.30. It’s fried perfectly and can be served with different noodles.
Address:18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
Website:N/A
Phone:N/A
Email:N/A
Operating hours:N/A

The budding chef is one of the stalls worth your time. It sells different noodles dishes.

At budding chef, you enjoy the signature premium noodle that sells at $4.30. It is tasty and a delicacy you will love to try.

Another favorite on the menu is the chicken cutlet Noodle, which goes for $4.30. It’s fried perfectly and can be served with different noodles.

The chicken is crispy on the outside but very soft on the inside.

As a budding chef, the simplicity and sweetness of dishes will leave you wanting more.

Key Differentiators

  • Great combination of flavours

5) Sanuki Udon

Sanuki Udon - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Dairy & Cream)
Sanuki Udon – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Dairy & Cream)
Key services:Their menu includes the Japanese Curry Don that sells at $5.90, and the Kashiwa-Ten sells at $1.80.
Address:68 Orchard Rd, #06-11 12 Plaza, Singapore 238839
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 6261 6182
Email:N/A
Operating hours:N/A

Sanuki Udon is a food stall you should have a go-to when visiting Lau Pa Sat.

It offers curry rice that will not disappoint.

Their menu includes the Japanese Curry Don which sells at $5.90, and the Kashiwa-Ten sells at $1.80.

The curry at Sanuki Udon leaves you craving for more. It’s thick, crispy, and savory, especially in soy sauce.

You enjoy an additional chunk of meat in your curry as a bonus.

With excellent Google and Facebook reviews, you can be certain of the quality and satisfactory service at Sanuki Udon.

Key Differentiators

  • Flavorful soy sauce

6) Song Kee Fish Ball Noodles

Song Kee Fish Ball Noodles - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Trip Advisor)
Song Kee Fish Ball Noodles – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Trip Advisor)
Key services:The dish is set up in a steaming pot filled with different ingredients such as fish balls, crab sticks, minced meat, and vegetables. In a separate bowl, they serve you thin yellow noodles. 
Address:100 Yio Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 545576
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 9336 2745
Email:N/A
Operating hours:N/A

Song Kee Fish Ball Noodles offers you a variety of tasty fish ball Noodles.

On the menu, you can enjoy the Mini Pot with Noodles at $5.

The dish is set up in a steaming pot filled with different ingredients such as fish balls, crab sticks, minced meat, and vegetables. In a separate bowl, they serve you thin yellow noodles. 

Key Differentiators

  • Offers a variety of noodles

Client Testimonial

Had medium sized fishball noodle and dumpling soup. The portion for the noodles were more than enough for a not so hungry person and the ingredients were generous.

Alvin

7) Indian Curry House

Indian Curry House - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: TBIS)
Indian Curry House – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: TBIS)
Key services:The signature dish on the menu is the Mutton Biryani, which sells for $7. It’s an excellent Indian mixed rice dish.
Address:805 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-03 Sixth Avenue Center, Singapore 279883
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 6463 6289
Email:N/A
Operating hours:Wednesday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Thursday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Friday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Saturday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Sunday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Monday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM
Tuesday
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM

Indian Curry House is an Indian food stall that stands out from other Indian stalls.

The signature dish on the menu is the Mutton Biryani, which sells for $7. It’s an excellent Indian mixed rice dish.

You will definitely enjoy the meal, which is spicy, fragrant, and healthy. The texture is also hard and tasty. 

Key Differentiators

  • Balance of healthy and flavourful

Client Testimonial

Ordered the Butter Chicken, Dum Methi Machli, Garlic Naan and Cheese Naan. Food was great! And they provide water FOC!

Alastair

8) SING HK Cafe

SING HK Cafe - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Eatbook)
SING HK Cafe – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Eatbook)
Key services:They have tasty and well-prepared HK meals including the savory noodle dishes prepared from yellow noodles, shrimps, and vermicelli. 
Address:Jurong Gateway Rd, Fu Chan Food Paradise, BLK 134, Singapore 600134
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 9384 5486
Email:N/A
Operating hours:N/A

At SING HK Cafe, you enjoy one of the best authentic HK food and top-class western delights.

They have tasty and well-prepared HK meals including the savory noodle dishes prepared from yellow noodles, shrimps, and vermicelli. 

The food stall prepares this meal authentically to ensure its juicy, smooth, and rich in flavor.

It also has other dishes such as the laksa dishes and oyster omelette which is tasty and expertly prepared for your delight.

Key Differentiators

  • Authentic HK food

Client Testimonial

This stall is located inside an air conditioned coffeeshop. The owner is really friendly. Salt baked chicken braised and pork belly is really soft and tender. Food is not overly salty. There’s also free flow soup available. Office workers award winning brand born

Li Yun

9) Loy Kee Yong Tau Foo

Loy Kee Yong Tau Foo - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: EATWU)
Loy Kee Yong Tau Foo – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: EATWU)
Key services:It has the signature, Yong tau foo, made from healthy ingredients including mushrooms, vegetables, and bean curd, which can be served with gravy or soup.
Address:14 Scotts Rd, 05-111, Singapore 228213
Website:N/A
Phone:N/A
Email:N/A
Operating hours:N/A

Loy Kee Yong Tau Foo is one of the best stalls at Lau Pa Sat.

It has the signature, Yong tau foo, made from healthy ingredients including mushrooms, vegetables, and bean curd, which can be served with gravy or soup.

The ingredients are sold at a minimum of six pieces, each at $0.60. You’ll be happy with the fresh ingredients of the tasty clear or curry soup.

It has a creamy texture and is not spicy making it an ideal pick for those who do not love spicy foods.

With good customer reviews, Loy Kee Yong Tau Food will certainly meet your expectations.

Key Differentiators

  • Signature food is great

Client Testimonial

The Yong Tau Foo here is affordable given that this place is located at Orchard. I noticed that they offer a wide variety of noodle choice or white rice to go along with the Yong Tao Foo. Starts from $3.90 for 6 pcs.

Apart from Yong Tao Foo, they also offer some rice dishes which looks good, I will try it next time.

Jaslyn

10) Thunder Tea Rice

Thunder Tea Rice - Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Yahoo News Singapore)
Thunder Tea Rice – Lau Pa Sat Food (Credit: Yahoo News Singapore)
Key services:The bowl of healthy rice is accompanied by green tea soup, which is well prepared from nuts, sesame, and tea.
Address:328 Joo Chiat Rd, 01- 04, Singapore 427585
Website:N/A
Phone:+65 6342 0223
Email:deliveroo.com.sg
Operating hours:Wednesday
10AM–9:30PM
Thursday
10AM–9:30PM
Friday
10AM–9:30PM
Saturday
10AM–9:30PM
Sunday
10AM–9:30PM
Monday
10AM–9:30PM
Tuesday
10AM–9:30PM

Thunder Tea Rice is an excellent choice for those wishing to have healthy meals.

You get to enjoy a bowl of rice served with basil, mint, vegetables, beans, peanuts, and fried anchovies at the food stall.

The bowl of healthy rice is accompanied by green tea soup, which is well prepared from nuts, sesame, and tea.

This accompaniment of rice and tea soup tastes well and you should give it a try.

Be sure to delight in the minty and savory flavor.

You will find the meal more enjoyable at an affordable price than other bowls of healthy meals which are costly in other food stalls.

Thunder Tea Rice also offers takeaway and island delivery at a fee.

Key Differentiators

  • Great options for healthy delicious food

Client Testimonial

Healthy choice around the area. I tried the basil chicken rice set with vegetables and thunder tea rice. Both are ok

Wong Tek

Lau Pa Sat Food

Lau Pa Sat is a food street located in the Central Business District of Singapore.

The area is home to many different types of cuisines, including Indian, Japanese, and HK cuisine.

There are also several Western food stalls available for those looking for something different.

With so many choices, it can be hard to know which stalls are the best ones.

That’s where we come in!

We’ve compiled a list of 10 of the best Lau Pa Sat stalls in Singapore, based on their ratings from Google and Facebook users.

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