Lau Pa Sat has been one of the heritage landmark hawker food venues of Singapore with its iconic Victorian cast-iron monument with a clock tower housing 23 Dutch bronze bells that strike hourly. Having been featured in the Crazy Rich Asians movie, and its location in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, Lau Pa Sat welcomes back visitors for a uniquely Singaporean dining experience. There are new food stalls and more local brands at Food Folks ‘purpose-driven’ retail space that provides a launch pad to help local retail food products and F&B brands grow and establish their brand.
Lau Pa Sat has a rich history of 128 years. A wide variety of authentic local cuisine are offered alongside modernised local and international dishes across its 84 stalls. The rejuvenated food hall added on twenty-four new stalls. Enjoy local favourites such as beef hor fun by Wok of Wonders or prawn noodles by Golden Shoe Hokkien Mee, Tom Yum Soup from Mr Tom Yum Thai Kitchen or Scrambled Egg Fried Rice from Sing HK Kitchen.
Singapore’s largest open-air satay street is home to nine satay stalls allowing visitors to dine alfresco. Lau Pa Sat also offers the largest selection of craft beers including local labels from Food Folks. Enjoy local-inspired flavours such as gula Melaka from muffins at Butter & Cream Bakery to gelato from Creme & Cone.
Food Folks offers over 2,000 quality local gifts where Made with Passion brands. Over 100 local and international brands with 2,000 products are available. Exclusive items inspired by local flavours include Lychee Dragon Fruit Dark Chocolate, Pineapple Tart Caramelised Chocolate with artisanal chocolate brand – Fossa Chocolate and Food Folks Lemongrass Pale Lager with craft beer company 1925.
Lau Pa Sat is managed by Kopitiam Investment Pte Ltd, which is part of the FairPrice Group.