Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood
At 6pm every night Boon Tat St is closed off and the street is filled with the smoke and smells of food cooking over hot coals. Tables line the street and jugs of Tiger beer are delivered to hungry and thirsty locals. Walk down the street and order some grilled prawns or meat skewers from one of the many stalls. At the end of the street is a caravan selling Murtabak, these fatty little pancakes are filled with chicken curry and are the perfect midnight snack after a few drinks. Next door is a large refurbished food court called Lau Pa Sat, we suggest avoiding the food inside, there really aren't many good places. One exception is Boon Tat Street Food, located on the outside of the building beside the bbq stands. Order sting ray, grilled over a bbq, covered in chili sauce and served with a squeeze of lime.
Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood mentions around the internet
"Yes, it is one of the better stingrays that I have eaten of late, the chilli is full of Hae Bee and is very fragrant" ...Full review at I Eat I Shoot I Post
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