First opening its doors in 1984, Lau Pa Sat is Singapore’s oldest heritage food hall. It is now home to over 80 food stalls that collectively regale gourmands with local, Asian, Western and Middle Eastern cuisines. It is now welcoming visitors back with over more good food, 100 retails brands and 2000 local products, as well as a carnival, CelebrATE @Lau Pa Sat, with over $5,000 worth of prizes to be won.
Running from 26 August to 2 October 2022, [email protected] Pa Sat is set to entice with a multi-sensory feast and a wide repertoire of cuisines and fun-filled activities. Among the programme highlights include the CelebrATE voucher booklet worth over S$25 for free at Food Folks with a minimum spend of $10, Insta Spots and Retro Chic Carnival Games.
At Lau Pa Sat, you can expect to see offerings from local hawkerpreneurs and founders. Among the bevy are new-generation HawkerBoss as well as second and third-generation hawkers who are passionate about preserving and promoting Singapore’s hawker culture. The new HawkerBosses helm F&B stalls such as Butter & Cream Bakery serves trendy dishes such as Basque Burnt Cheesecake and Salted Egg tarts, as well as the Mexican Bowl from Mexican Cuisine & Chinese Cuisine.
Our personal recommendation would be the Hokkien Mee from Golden Shoe Hokkien Mee, which is wet and topped with crispy lard. The chilli packs a punch!
Over the past six months, Food Folks, a concept at Lau Pa Sat that blends food retail and dine-in F&B experiences, has added 18 new local retail brands to its fold, bringing the tally to 87 local brands under one roof. Exclusive items inspired by local flavours that are available here included Lychee Dragon Fruit Dark Chocolate, Pineapple Tart Caramelised Chocolate and Food Folks Lemongrass Pale Lager, The space itself is home to an ecosystem of 106 local and international brands.
Check out the new offerings at Lau Pa Sat at 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582.