Singapore Lau Pa Sat is situated right at the heart of Singapore's Central Business District (CBD) and is a place which all tourists must not miss. It was built in 1894 and is the largest remaining Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. It was formerly a wet market known as Telok Ayer market and is now restored to a hawker centre at CBD area offering a wide range of Singapore local food.
Singapore Lau Pa Sat is unique at night because there is a small street just beside Lau Pa Sat is blocked to give way to an open air hawker centre. There are about 10 stalls set up selling BBQ food and the popular dishes at the night hawker centre are Satay and BBQ Chicken wings. There are also lots of other seafood cooked in local style that you can buy from the seafood stall at the Lau Pa Sat. Below are the photos taken from Lau Pa Sat when I was there eating Satay and Seafood.
The road beside Lau Pa Sat is blocked to give way to the open air hawkers. Chairs and tables were setup for customers to taste the BBQ foods at the street
Below are the Satay that I ordered and photos of satay vendors grilling the delicious satays at their stalls
We also ordered some of the babecue seafood, such as stingray, clam and some local food from the seafood stall at the Lau Pa Sat facing the open air hawker centre.