Lau Pa Sat food guide
Since its establishment in 1824, Lau Pa Sat has undergone numerous major renovations and was also given a facelift in 2014. Besides the impressive new architecture and famous satay stalls, Lau Pa Sat has much more to offer. Whether you’re looking for a place to bring your tourist friends, a newbie in the CBD looking for good lunch grub, or simply a hungry soul, here are 20 stalls in Lau Pa Sat to check out!
1. Feng Xiang Bak Kut Teh
Unlike their Hokkien and Teochew counterparts, Cantonese-style herbal bak kut teh can be hard to come by in Singapore. With six outlets islandwide, Feng Xiang Bak Kut Teh is a popular option for those craving this dish.
Try their classic Herbal Bak Kut Teh ($8.50) for a heady bowl of herbal soup, pork ribs and tau kee, or order the Mixed Pig Pork Organ Fried Porridge ($7.50) for something more hearty.