The Singapore Food trail is a massive themed food palace located in the famous Singapore Flyer designed to bring back the cultural glory days of the1960s. With more than 600 seats, the throwback dining hall contains dozens of makeshift food stalls, hawkers and shops that are all there to show off the golden years of Singapore’ street culture.
Most of the stalls have some variation of local fare on offer, including delicious satay, barbequed seafood, fried oysters and even some of the lesser known foods such as Rong Chen Bah Kut Teh.
What is perhaps most impressive about the whole experience is the décor. The stationary stalls and hawkers are placed in an area painted like the old streets with vintage posters and signs and there is even an old rickshaw to take your photo with.