Clean, comfortable and inexpensive; this food street is covered by a high glass ceiling with fans, to keep visitors dry and cool even in the worst weather. You can choose from full restaurants with indoor seating or eat "alfresco" (but under glass) in the central mall while you sample dishes from the many hawkers' stalls. All the classic choices are here, from fish, noodles, fritters and even oyster omelets to desserts and drinks. There are also Indian and satay stalls for people seeking a little extra variety.
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