Genuine Malay Food at So Sedap at Lau Pa Sat (Originally from KTM Railway Tanjong Pagar) Singapore
Singapore is always popular for its cuisine. From street food to world class quality cuisine, Singapore is always considered a food hub due to its accessibility of fresh food from around the world.
Singapore was part of Malaya until they independence in 1960s. For that, Singapore is still much influenced by the Malay culture and its delicacies.
There is one famous genuine Malay food restaurant located at the KTM Railway Tanjong Pagar. However, due to the agreement with the Malaysian government, the Tanjong Pagar railway station or Keppel railway station will ceased operation next month and to be relocated to Woodland Train Checkpoint. For the loyal customers of the Malay food there, don’t worry because they have already relocated to Lau Pa Sat.
It is called So Sedap at Stall 24 in Lau Pa Sat (next to Wendy’s). Lau Pa Sat is one of the most popular food courts in Singapore because of its good food and its strategic location in the city.
Mee Soto at So Sedap
We ordered the Mee Soto for S$ 3.00. The bowl comes with generous amount of noodle and soup. Topped with spices and fried shallots, there was no lacking in taste and it is as good as it gets.
Chicken Briyani at So Sedap
It was the Chicken Briyani next for S$ 4.80. The biryani rice was fragrant and the chicken was delicious. No lacking in spicy and it compliments well with the crunchy cracking papadom. Rachel loved this as it tasted very fresh.
Ramly Burger Special at So Sedap
The biggest surprise of all was the Ramly Burger Special for S$3.00. Ramly burger special is a popular street food in Malaysia. Using Ramly brand burger patties, the patty then cooked and wrapped with egg and sandwiched between the butter toasted buns together with mayonnaise, chilli sauce, lettuce, tomato and onion. It is hard to find Ramly burger special in Singapore. So Sedap’s version of Ramly Burger Special was tastefully done, no complaints.
Rachel enjoying her feast.
If you are in Lau Pa Sat and looking for gorgeous Malay food, try So Sedap at Stall 24 just beside Wendy’s!