Rasapura Masters street food stalls are located within Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, at 2 Bayfront Avenue.
Rasapura, meaning literally “City of Taste”, is a collection of street food stalls offering international and local/regional cuisines.
The food stall collection, embodying the spirit of Singapore as a meeting point of countless cultures and ideas, includes cuisines from, for example, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam, Korea, and China.
You can choose the street food stall from a selection that includes A1 Porridge, Chang Cheng, Boon Tat Street Barbecue Seafood, Hyang-To-Gol Korean Restaurant, Jia Le Roasted Food, Jia Xiang Mee, Lau Di Fang, Mei Xi’s Yong Tau Foo…
…Noodlestar, Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh, Nihon Mura, Noo’s Thai Recipe, Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine, Pondok (Managed by Lau Di Fang), Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Thye Hong Singapore Heritage Food, Zhen Nen Zhu…
…Ajisen Ramen, Gerry’s Grill, Indian Express, Pepper Lunch Express, Phö Hòa Noodle Soup, and Red Stove Taiwanese Cuisine.
A1 Porridge is most famous for making Teochew-style claypot frog porridge popular among Singaporeans. Today, the food stall has a range of new varieties and flavours to suit the varying taste of guests.
Chang Cheng, including the location within Marina Bay Sands, has more than 10 coffee shops and 50 mixed vegetables stalls in Singapore.
Boon Tat Street Barbecue Seafood
Originally a street hawker within Boon Tat Street, the food stall offers great selection of seafood dishes, made from, for example, stingray, prawn and shellfish and cooked to perfection in homemade chilli sambal paste.
Hyang-To-Gol Korean Restaurant
Hyang-To-Gol is the street food stall to go for authentic Korean food. The Hyang-To-Gol restaurant also has outlets in China and Korea.
Jia Le Roasted Food
Jia Le Roasted Food, created by Chef Charles Tan, serves authentic roast meats.
Jia Xiang Mee
Jia Xiang Mee, established in 1995, is best known for their signature noodle dish from Kuching with a unique, springy texture.
Lau Di Fang
Lau Di Fang, operating with around 80 years of history in Singapore, is renowned for their signature dish Scissors-Cut Curry Rice.
Mei Xi’s Yong Tau Foo
Mei Xi offers a variety of creations with tasty soup bases, while the signature item on the menu is authentic Hakka Yong Tau Foo.
Highlight within Noodlestar’s hand-made cuisine menu is ‘La Mian’ with a range of new ingredients, and a variety of soup and gravy bases to add exciting elements to the traditional noodle dish.
Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh
At Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh, you’ll find traditional pork-based, peppery, herbal soup with robust flavours that has roots going back to the early 1950s.
Nihon Mura, a Japanese food stall / restaurant chain established in 2002, features dishes from different regions in Japan, including more than 30 varieties of sushi.
Noo’s Thai Recipe
Noo’s Thai Recipe by Sabai serves its customers authentic Thai cuisine, using only the finest herbs and spices to suit every individual’s palate.
Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine
Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine dishes feature the culinary tradition’s unique fusion of Chinese and Malay elements in the use ingredients (such as sweet potato, glutinous rice and coconut milk) and for the cooking style.
Pondok (Managed by Lau Di Fang)
Pondok, with around 80 years of heritage, offers meals of succulent rice drenched in either Hainan-style curry or salty sauce made from a proprietary recipe.
Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice
Sin Kee has been part of the street food stall culinary scene since the 1970s, and they have perfected their famous Chicken Rice over the years, with tasty homemade chili sauce and excellent culinary skills being central elements of the signature dish.
Thye Hong Singapore Heritage Food
Thye Hong specializes in street food that are reminiscent of the early days of Singapore, including dishes like Char Kway Teow, Fried Oyster Omelet, and Fried Carrot Cake, wrapped in leaves for a unique taste and flavor.
Zhen Nen Zhu
Zhen Nen Zhu serves authentic La Mien, made from a heritage recipe that has been passed down for generations.
Ajisen Ramen, founded in Kumamoto, Japan, in 1968, is famous for their rich Tonkatsu soup (pork broth) which derives its essence from hours of simmering, and a selection of more than 10 kinds of ramen, each with unique flavors influenced by countries around the world.
At Gerry’s Grill, established in 1997 in Philippines, you’ll be able to enjoy grilled Asian favorites in a relaxed atmosphere.
Indian Express is a gastronomical journey through the tastes and flavors of Indian cuisines, with highlights such as kebab, butter chicken, palak paneer and other customer favorites.
Pepper Lunch Express
Pepper Lunch Express, originally from Japan, is a budget-friendly Do-It-Yourself fast-food steakhouse, with signature items including Pepper Rice series and a range of steak dishes.
Phö Hòa Noodle Soup
Phö Hòa, one of the largest Vietnamese restaurant chains in the world, specialises in traditional beef kway teow soup, garnished with herbs and spices.
Red Stove Taiwanese Cuisine
Red Stove Taiwanese Cuisine offers Taiwanese foods that utilize fresh, light, and natural ingredients and flavors, best characterised by soups and stews that are marinated with condiments, powders and sauces, and then stewed or boiled for several hours to produce an outstanding fragrance.
2 Bayfront Avenue, B2-50 (beside skating rink), Canal Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Hours: Monday-Sunday 24 Hours (selected stalls only)
The official website, at www.rasapura.com.sg, also features sections for current promotions and a food gallery, and much more.