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Be A Resident Trader

PasarBella traders are unique and passionate individuals that primary-source their wares. If this is you, we'd be glad to see how we could slot you into our farmers market.

Be A Pop Up

Our Pop-Up traders are small businesses that just need a moment in the spotlight to help give their start-up ventures a boost to success. If this is you, contact us! We have extremely affordable 3 month contracts to help you grow!

Be A Weekender

Weekend traders are at the start of their adventure – a small business often testing the market with their individual products.

Use The Event Space

We’re a great place to hold parties of all sorts; be it your child’s 6th birthday, your parents’ anniversary, or even just a random get-together tea session, you’ll find the perfect venue that exudes a warm and inviting ambience for great memories to be made.

Have a Photoshoot

At PasarBella, we’re honoured and glad to be the chosen venue for numerous pre-wedding and save-the-date photo shoots, as well as business shoots and filming for commercial purposes.

An An

Opening Hours

  • Mon - Sun: 10am to 10pm

An An is the brainchild of Carlene, the owner of Madam Saigon; a deeply rooted Vietnamese food establishment that has been well received and is still attracting a steady clientele of discerning diners who are seeking for real Vietnamese cuisine.

Over the years, Madam Saigon has garnered a pool of regular customers, of which there is a balanced mix of locals and expatriates. There are constantly new walk-in customers and many who have been recommended to Madam Saigon by word of mouth.

An in the Vietnamese language means “eat” and An An’s sole purpose is to bring to customers a truly authentic taste of Vietnam not through just the delicious food on offer that is all carefully prepared and cooked with fresh handpicked ingredients, but through its decor and store design as well, that significantly reflects a rustic charm which allows one to reminisce back to the good old days of post war Vietnam.

What to Eat

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