Tag Archives: satay

Satay at East Coast Lagoon Hawker Centre

I have no idea how this hawker centre is always so hot, but I think the design somehow, makes it retain heat. Or maybe the lack of fans. I don’t know. And one thing I can’t bear is sweating. So … Continue reading

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The Best Asian Buffet in Town: Penang Buffet at King’s Hotel

I have come here quite a number of times as I love the buffet at the Princess Terrace at Copthorne King’s Hotel. Lunch is from 12 – 2.30 pm on weekdays and there were many people from various offices out … Continue reading

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Serangoon Garden Market: Best Satay & Mee Soto in Singapore

I have tried the satay at Glutton’s Bay, the East Coast Market, Lau Pa Sat and at many other places, but I think the one at Serangoon Garden Market beats them all. This stall used to be the famous one … Continue reading

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Gorging at Glutton’s Bay

This is a hawker centre just next to the Esplanade. Great views of the Marina Bay Sands and the skyline with all the skyscrapers. After stuffing yourself, you can have a nice stroll although it was terribly hazy today. Came … Continue reading

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Glutton’s Bay

If you ever do come to down to Glutton’s Bay, I would recommend the satay, especially the chicken and mutton as well as the Char Kway Teow. This open air hawker centre has food selected by Makansutra as they are … Continue reading

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#49. Satay

Satay (pronounced Saa-thay) is malay style meat, usually chicken or mutton, that is glazed with honey and skewered onto wooden sticks.  It is accompanied with a steamed rice cake called ketupat, raw onions and cucumbers which are divine when dipped … Continue reading

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