Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre, Singapore Big dishes to try are chicken rice (as it sounds), char keay teow (fried noodle with sausage and mussles), roti prata (Indian crepe and gravy), laksa (seafood soup and noodles)
Here’s a quick guide to shopping in Singapore We were informed that Club Street is the place to be on Friday nights so that’s where we went for drinks after some Thai food at Soi 60 in Roberson Quay. I loved my curry. It was very tasty food. Affordable by Singapore standards at about $15 a dish. Obviously not Thai prices haha. Check out this Guide to the Neighboorhoods in Singapore if you’re planning on visiting so you can get a feel for the land.