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Recently opened in 2013, Satay by the Bay is a non air-conditioned food court situated by the Marina Reservior. Our food court offers a scenic view of the city skyline as well as the Gardens by the Bay key iconic features. Enjoy a local delicacy in an eco-conscious food court. The eating pavilions are naturally ventilated by sea breezes and big ceiling fans. Satay by the Bay occupies 2,000 sqm of floor area and with a seating capacity of more than 1000. 25 Food Stalls, 6 Satay Stalls, 1 Bar & Bistro. Various Local foods that can be found in Satay by the Bay namely are Satays, BBQ Seafood, Steamboat , Hokkien Mee, Popiah, Rojak, Prata and many other.
Excellent location when spending time at Gardens by the Bay. A good number of different Hawker style food stalls.
We ate here after light show. Was not too busy and we were able to find a table.
We had something from 4 different stalls. Beef...More
I had dinner at Satay by the Bay. It is like many of the other hawker centres but located inside/beside Gardens by the Bay. This makes it very convenient for lunch or dinner either before or after checking out the Gardens. There are many vendors...More
We had spent the afternoon at Gardens by the Bay and was recommended to visit Satay by the Bay for dinner - ended up being a wonderful recommendation
Hawker style - so you are able to pick and choose from a variety of stalls -...More
After Gardens by the Bay, this is the place to eat Singapore local food! My family ordered satay, sambal sting ray, rojak, bbq chicken, kang kong, pure sugar cane juice, and Singapore coffee! You don't want to miss this joint!
As a local, I'm ashamed of this place. It is everything a hawker centre shouldn't be.
There is cooking smoke in the sitting area that is choking.
The food is 3 times the price of other hawker centres, and the portions are abysmal. Duck rice...More
Like the hawker centres around Singapore this has a variety of stalls selling different types of food. It’s easy to find something to eat at a really reasonable price.
The only slight downside is that it’s a little walk from the Gardens themselves so head...More
This hawker stall area within the Gardens by the Bay parkland has a great selection of different foods to enjoy. These include noodles, satay, dumplings, seafood to name a few. Freshly prepared and not expensive this way of eating allows you to pick and choose...More
We revisited here, having been away for two years, to meet up with local friends. Plenty of choice, including ice cold beer. I went for an Indian chicken curry. Very spicy and excellent value for money. Local birds are a bit of a nuisance, as...More
Hi There Richard. Honest answer is I have forgotten (so many meals in Singapore) because we went with some Singaporeans and they refuse to let you pay. Their attitude is "you are a guest in our country so you, as a guest do... More
Hi There Richard. Honest answer is I have forgotten (so many meals in Singapore) because we went with some Singaporeans and they refuse to let you pay. Their attitude is "you are a guest in our country so you, as a guest do not pay"
I like that attitude.
Sorry I could not help you but I do know it was not expensive.