23 October, 2008

The BEEFY Series Part 7 - Fatman Satay @ Lau Pa Sat

Built in 1894, Lau Pa Sat is the largest remaining Victorian cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Located in the heartbeat of Singapore's Central Business District (CBD) area, this former wet market has been restored and is now a favourite food centre for both locals and tourists visiting the country, offering a wide and affordable variety of local cuisine.

Located within, one can also discover the Satay Club, a consolidation of Satay (dice meat on bamboo skewers) stalls that previously sold on makeshift roadside stalls and pushcarts.

And among them lies Fatman Satay located at Stall No. 1.

Nicely grilled Beef and Chicken Satay with delectable Peanut Sauce.

And with this, we have come to the end of the BEEFY Series. And to reward HFB's loyal readers, he is giving away a $10 voucher from Hana Hana Japanese Restaurant to one lucky winner.

All you have to do is to write in and vote for your favourite BEEFY Series post with your Name, Contact Number, Postal Address, and also ADD UP THE TOTAL SCORE of ALL 7 posts (Hint: Today's post and one of another do not come with a score) and send it to hisfoodblog@gmail.com.

Only one vote is allowed per person and this content is open to Singapore residents only. Closing date is 25th Oct, 2359hrs. Judge's decision (that's me) is final & terms and conditions apply.

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3 comments:

Food Lover said...

Oh simply like this post... Satay is one of the best local dish here. I remember there is this delicious nice satay stall at holland drive operated by a Chinese couple but they have retired from selling satay at that stall anymore.

XY said...

I don't really like Fatman's Satay's Satay esp. Chicken. I find the meat all mashed up and moulded not to my liking. I prefer the regular chewier meaty version. The beef and mutton are not bad, though!

HisFoodBlog said...

food lover: Thanks! I love satay - especially pork satay!!!

xy: Agree. I also personally prefer to have some bite in my satay. :)

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