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    Default Where to go for good satay?

    Will be in SG tomorrow and got sudden craving for satay.

    Any recommendation?

    Thanks!

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    I like the ones in Chomp Chomp!

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    hehehee..

    OLD AIRPORT RD Market!!

    FATMAN SATAY!
    and when you are ther, call Adam to join you for that too... kkekeke.e.e.

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    don't get to eat satay often, but even if i eat, i won't be able to tell if its the best. afterall, they're dipped into the peanut sauce. yummy!

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    Bt timah hawker centre.
    the row facing the flat sides.
    u get up the main stairs, turn left and walk all the way
    and u will find it.

    Their stalls sell western food and satay.
    and their number is 64625021

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisa
    Bt timah hawker centre.
    the row facing the flat sides.
    u get up the main stairs, turn left and walk all the way
    and u will find it.

    Their stalls sell western food and satay.
    and their number is 64625021
    oh, haven't tried yet, but went there last weekend to try their satay bee hoon. not bad but not that fantastic, its a bit tasteless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    oh, haven't tried yet, but went there last weekend to try their satay bee hoon. not bad but not that fantastic, its a bit tasteless.
    did you get the right store? but their business so good, their skills.... don't say liao say liao even into more pieces....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisa
    did you get the right store? but their business so good, their skills.... don't say liao say liao even into more pieces....
    yes, saw on TV, and they are the only stall that has long queues... queue so long and i eat liao, sianz...

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    singapore satay club at sembawang shooping centre
    10 sticks for $5 plus rice cake
    20 sticks for $10 plus rice cake and so on

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    Clementi Central Hawker CEntre also has a stall that sells satay. Not bad but don't think its halal as they also sell "bak gua" if i'm not wrong.

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    well avoid the open air row of satay stalls at Lau Pa Sat unless u're there for the open air environment eating on a closed road. It used to be very good but sadly not anymore.

    Changi Village hawker center muslim stalls that sell satay are still very good.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions!

    I managed to each satay last night at Toa Payoh Lor 5's hawker center. Probably not the best in SG but for me it is good enough to quench the craving....for a while.
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    go go go!!! kekekkee//

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    I like the satay at Spize Restaurant on River Valley (corner of RV and Zion Rd), its open till wee hours and lots of other food vendors. Kinda cool for Street photography....

    cheers.

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    i thought city satay is generally quite good???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    oh, haven't tried yet, but went there last weekend to try their satay bee hoon. not bad but not that fantastic, its a bit tasteless.
    the satay stall nisa mentioned and the stay beehoon are different stalls i believe.


    anyways...i recommend the old kallang airport one. its somewhere in the middle....this old chinese couple selling one...usually the auntie serves while her husband cooks the satay. try the pork one...best!!!!

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