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Lau Pa Sat unveils over 20 new stalls, including famous MICHELIN-recommended hawkers

If you are someone who frequently dines at the famous Lau Pa Sat, you’re in luck — the food centre will be introducing more than 20 new hawker stalls to its 52,000 square feet retail space, making your dining experience even more exciting.

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Credit – Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat, which was established in 1894, is one of Singapore’s most iconic hawker markets — it is often packed with locals and tourists looking to grab a bite. The food centre is home to over 80 Food & Beverage (F&B) stalls, including a wide assortment of different cultures and cuisines.

Many of the new stalls to open are well-known hawkers that have already made a name for themselves in the local food scene. Dig into food from MICHELIN-recommended eateries like Lau Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow, a fried noodle stall from Old Airport Road which has established a loyal following, and Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang, a popular nasi lemak chain with outlets around the country.

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Other famous stalls you can find include Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo, Kallang Airport Wanton Noodle, Lu Bian Grilled Fish, Feng Xiang Bak Kut Teh and Munchi Pancakes.

For a more atas dining experience, check out Flames, a Western stall that serves high-end dishes like king prawns, mussels and lobsters. It even allows for diners to pair their dishes with authentic Italian wines, specially curated by in-house wine sommeliers.

lau pa sat - food
Credit – Lau Pa Sat

The full list of new hawkers here are as follows:

  • Ming Kee Roasted Delight

  • Butter & Cream Bakery

  • Fuxiao Fish Soup

  • Seng Kee Local Delights

  • Huang Chao Teochew Noodle House

  • Qiu Lian Ban Mian

  • Enak Sedak Nasi Kahwin

  • Lion City Dim Sum

  • RokUS A.G.B. Creative Korean Burger

  • Feng Xiang Bak Kut Teh . Fried Porridge

  • Hua Dee Hong Kong Roasted Delight

  • Chan Ke Mei Shi

  • Flames

  • Lu Bian Grilled Fish

  • 喜豆 – Happy Beans

  • Maya’s Veggie Delight

  • The Viet Kitchen (123zo)

  • iEat Kitchen

  • Kallang Airport Wanton Noodle

  • Ah Lim Yong Tau Foo

  • The Warung Bali

  • Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang

  • Ri Ri Hong Mala Hot Pot

  • Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow

  • Tiong Bahru Durian

  • Hook Coffee

  • Munchi Pancakes

Lau pa sat - meow meow mascot
Credit – Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat has also introduced a new mascot, Meow Meow, and from 10 Aug to 10 Oct 2023, look forward to taking part in exciting activities where you can win vouchers and merchandise. When you spend at least S$10 in a maximum of 2 combined same-day receipts, you’ll get to redeem Lau Pa Sat coasters, thermal mugs and tote bags at a special price, starting from S$2.

You can also participate in Kopitiam Hawker Gems Millions Lucky Draw — for every S$10 spent at Lau Pa Sat via the FairPrice Group app, you’ll be entitled to 1 lucky draw chance, with S$15,000 worth of prizes waiting to be won.

lau pa sat - food
Credit – Lau Pa Sat

When you take the Makan Tribe quiz, you’ll also stand a chance to be Lau Pa Sat’s next Makan Ambassador, and you’ll be able to redeem sure-win gifts.

Finally, play the Purr-fect Makan Dish game when you’re at the food centre, and stand a chance to be one of the 2 top scorers who will walk away with S$50 vouchers.

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