Reply To: Street food culture: Malaysia Edition

  • Manpreet Kaur

    August 13, 2021 at 3:33 pm


    There are many good and interesting things about roadside satay in Malaysia. It is easy to find. When you are travelling, it’s not hard to stop by a roadside place that sells satay because there are so many of them around the country. The price is also affordable for most people who buy it. But what makes this satay stand out from the rest? It’s cooked with coconut milk and served on banana leaves with an assortment of condiments, Malaysian style!

    When you stop by the place, you’ll be amazed by the amount of satay roadside stalls sell. They even have rice and soup on the side for you to enjoy while waiting for your food.

    There are several kinds of satay that you can choose from, such as lemang (glutinous rice), chicken, beef or sambal (chilli paste). You can also get roasted fish and prawns on a stick. It is considered rude to stuff your face with too much satay at once. You should just take the amount that fits in your stomach. Satay Kajang is one of the famous satay in Selangor.

    Restoran Satay Kajang

    Kajang is famous today because of the Satay Kajang Haji Samuri, where he first opened his satay business back in 1995. Kajang is also known as the satay town to the local folks. Ever since then, he had about 19 restaurants/outlets selling satay Kajang across KL and Selangor. Those who love satay would still travel all the way to Kajang just to have the famous satay because of the authentic taste of the original restaurant, where it all started.

    Satay Kajang Haji Samuri has become a symbol of community solidarity within Malaysians because Malay, Chinese, Indians, and East Malaysians who visit West Malaysia also appreciate and enjoy satay Kajang.

    Restoran Satay KL

    Restoran Satay Kl is a restaurant and bar located on the popular Jalan Ampang in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The restaurant specializes in serving authentic Malaysian food. Espacially “Satay” The menu is designed to cater for all tastes, ranging from fried rice to curry served with chicken and mutton stir fry. The service team at Restoran Satay Kl is friendly and welcoming, making this place a favorite of locals as well as tourists visiting Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    The menu includes dishes such as fried rice with pandan leaf, roti canai with egg omelet (omelette), grilled chicken and mutton meatball curry or stir-fried pea shoots with pork sauce stewed in brown sugar. In addition to the usual Malaysian dishes, there are also a variety of Western and Chinese dishes served here, all of which are prepared and cooked to perfection by the team at Satay Kl.

    This is Satay Kajang. Picture from the malaymail

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