Indonesia to build food centre inspired by Singapore’s Lau Pa Sat

Indonesia is reportedly building a food centre modelled after Singapore’s Lau Pa Sat.

The food centre will be fitted with stalls offering various regional delicacies and an open-air ‘Satay Street’. It will be constructed by property developer Agung Sedayu Group and will feature colonial-themed architecture and orange roofing.

The new food centre, set to be complete by end of 2025, will reportedly be located in the Pantai Indah Papuk (PIK) area. 

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Agung Sedayu Group chief executive Steven Kusuma, reportedly said that the food centre will allow his fellow countrymen to experience dining at a unique and specially location locally, according to The Straits Times.

He reportedly added that Lau Pa Sat’s signature open-air ‘Satay Street’, where stallholders grill satay as people eat and drink, inspired the latest project. 

The food centre will reportedly have more than 50 stalls where diners can enjoy food from Indonesia and from the region. It will also sell a wide range of satay. The seating capacity of the food centre is not yet known. 

In tandem, Kusama reportedly has plans to include event spaces. restaurants, retail outlets and even residences within walking distance of the food centre.

This isn’t the first time Singapore’s food scene is being brought outside of the little red dot. Other companies, such as Resorts Las Vegas, have partnered with Zouk Singapore to open a US$4.3 billion integrated resort.

The partnership marked the homegrown brand’s first venture into the United States last year.

In addition, the partnership curated an ecosystem of immersive entertainment and lifestyle concepts. The resort will feature Zouk Nightclub, and an outdoor oasis AYU Dayclub, said to be inspired by Southeast Asia’s idyllic islands.

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