Posted by: hyacinthus | October 6, 2007

Kopitiam at Lau Pa Sat

When was the last time you had visited Lau Pa Sat?

I’ve just walked past Lau Pa Sat last evening with belyl and was delighted that Kopitiam (the new tenant that does food courts) uses decorative wall tiles similiar to that of shophouses as a backdrop to their new stalls. Lovely cos it adds colour and vibrance to place!

We didn’t have our dinner there as our lunch had yet digested.

So, you’ll see pictures of food stalls 🙂

Taiwanese Food – Braised Pork Rice, Smelly Toufu…

… Oyster Mee Sua, Pork floss Biscuit, Chicken Chop, Steam Rice Cake (pardon me on the loose translation)

Fried Hokkien Noodle and Fried Kway Teow

Ngor Hiang and Satay Bee Hoon

Porridge

Dishes to go with Rice or Porridge

Steamboat

Indian, Japanese and Korean Food

Chinese BBQ Meat Stall

Qiu Lian Ban Mian, Nasi Lemak, Fishball Noodle, etc

Drinks

Bird Arena? No lah. NEA would not allow for food hygiene. It’s just decorative.

When we have time to try during lunchtime next week, we’ll post our food review 🙂

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Responses

  1. Wow! They’ve transformed! Nice photos! Will definetly go try them out one day.


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