The stalls inside the pavilion serve a variety of foods that are cheap, tasty and fill you up. The setting is good for people watching, although the pavilion looks as though it could use a good scrub.
Arrive after 7pm... that's when they close off one of the outside streets and turn it into a satay strip. The satay is dearer than the pavilion stalls (About $20pp compared with about $5pp). I ate here twice during my July 2013 Singapore holiday - I took my parents (in their 70s and not intrepid travellers) and they loved it for the atmosphere and variety. My first satay experience was better than the first, but I'd still go back. There's something about that bbq'd meat on a stick that I just can't say no to.
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