As the curiosity faded, the quietness of the Atai River was restored. The curry crabs were still thick and the lemon salmon was still sweet. [Pips] And the pig's hands, which were so full of indelible sauce, made the sky bright. Very good! Very good
Singapore's old Bacha Lau Pa Sat: 24-hour food stalls Laobacha is a 24-hour food center. Indoors are a variety of Singaporean food such as pepper crab, meat and bone tea, fried fruit, Indian food, sugar cane juice, roasted cured, etc., the price is very cheap, local people like to eat here. Visitors are also very famous. Waiting for the evening, the old Bacha near the Sofitel Hotel this street is closed, as a barbecue night market, specializes in grit kebabs, every day many people come to the night market to eat grit kebabs. Sand porridge is a traditional Malaysian food, is the chicken, beef, mutton, shrimp and other strings of cured, put on charcoal fire roast, and brush a layer of thick sand porridge sauce. Sand porridge sauce is a peanut butter, coconut pulp, young shrimp mixed with a little sweet. It's nice to be here and have a feel for the local nightlife.
Lao Bacha is the most famous canteen in Singapore. There are not only many tourists here, but also many Singaporeans will come to eat. It can be a world food gathering. There are many choices. The price is much more affordable than the mall.
love the satay here. prices are reasonable. it would be good to open in the afternoons but spending a Friday night dinner here is well worth it
great ambience plenty of choice
Once in Basha, it is now the food court of the Tourism Bureau, with a steel structure of the 19th century, with eight exits in the shape of a gossip, and a bell at the top that was bought back from the UK when it was built. And 10 great food in Singapore
Dad's tea is full of local specialties.
One of the few priced pavilions in the central business district of Singapore, frequented by tourists and locals