Singapore’s Banana Leaf, Farmers’ Market at 3rd and Fairfax

Singapore's Banana Leaf - Mee Goreng

Hurry, curry.

(Might make “Eat the Entire Farmers’ Market” my summer project…)

Chicken Rendang

Singapore's Banana Leaf - Chicken Rendang

Indo Style

Mee Goreng with Fried Egg and Chicken Satay
Singapore Banana Leaf - Indo Style

Gado Gado Salad [$8.45]

Gado Gado, not-o not-o? I didn’t like this very much – the sauce was too sticky sweet.
Singapore Banana Leaf - Gado Gado Salad

Vegetable Eggrolls with Curry Sauce

Singapore Banana Leaf - Eggrolls

Paratha

Singapore Banana Leaf - Paratha

Paratha

Singapore Banana Leaf - Paratha up close
Singapore Banana Leaf

Singapore’s Banana Leaf
at the Farmers’ Market at 3rd and Fairfax
6333 W 3rd St #122
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323.933.4627
www.singaporesbananaleaf.com
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  • Anonymous

    I miss this kind of food here in Kentucky–how about air mailing me some??? ;-)

    Mindy
    http://www.theworldinmykitchen.com

  • http://www.namedforafood.com Corianda Dimes

    Love this place! The line’s a little bit longer, but definitely always worth it. And that sounds like a fine summer goal.

  • catty

    Ahhhh I LOVE Malaysian/Singaporean food. Not biased or anything. I miss it so bad.

  • http://www.fashionintel.com Natalie James

    I haven’t been there in so long, thanks for reminding me how delicious it is!

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  • http://twitter.com/tallnoe Noelle

    Yes! Please make eating the farmers market the summer project. I’ll come hang out and eat some with you!!

  • Aisyah

    well, those are mie goreng (fried noodle) sate (satai). Indonesia has many kinds of satai, such as sate ayam (chicken satai) sate kambing, sate telur (eggs satai), etc :)
    and those all from Indonesia :) and the taste is really nice :9 ^-^

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