In the bustling Singapore downtown, one can find a dinning place called Lau Pa Sat. This edifice is different from the surrounding buildings as its architectural style is still of colonial era.
|The colonial style façade of Lau Pa Sat as seen from outside.|
|The distinctive roof architecture of this place |
mesmerizes me for its elaborate style.
There are variety of foods offered in this place such as Vietnamese foods, Malay foods, Chinese foods, Indian foods and to my surprise even Filipino foods.
|The dining place inside Lau Pa Sat.|
|I chanced upon this Filipino food stall.|
This place is located near Raffles MRT Station just across the Hong Leong Building. At night time along the roadside of this edifice, food stalls selling satay and other street foods would come up.
I always like to dine in this place. Aside from the variety of good food choices on the menu of multitude of stalls, the price is also affordable. As such, it is always practical to dine here.