singapore satay

Best Satay Places in Singapore

Ranked 14th out of the 50 most delicious foods in the world, CNNGo compliant in 2011, satay is a staple dish in Singapore. The satay dish includes grilled meat skewers, sliced ​​cucumbers, sliced ​​onions, pressed rice cakes, served with a thick, sweet, and hot peanut sauce on the side.

And here are the top 5 satay spots in Singapore that are highly recommended by local foodies.

CHUAN KEE SATAY

If you’re a satay lover, head over to Chuan Kee Satay to try his pork satay which is probably the best pork satay in Singapore. Started as a family business in the 1970s, this food stand has served a delicious traditional Hainan satay for almost 50 years and is now run by an elderly couple.

Chuan Kee Satay to try his pork satay which is probably the best pork satay in Singapore

WHAT PEOPLE LIKE

  • His pork satay, a nice combination of succulent meat and pork fat, tasty spices and a tasty peanut and pineapple sauce
  • Chuan Kee Satay is well located in the famous Old Airport Road dining center.
  • Reasonable prices

HARON SATAY

Located in East Coast Lagoon Food Village, a relaxing spot in East Coast Park, Haron Satay is also known as Haron 30 Satay, a favorite destination for tasting Malaysian Muslim-style satay from many Singaporeans. His satay is always grilled to perfection making his meat very tender and juicy.

Haron Satay is also known as Haron 30 Satay, a favorite destination for tasting Malaysian Muslim-style satay from many Singaporeans.

WHAT PEOPLE LIKE

  • Constant satay quality
  • Efficient staff and prompt service
  • Surrounded by a long sandy beach and green trees to provide guests with a pleasant and pleasant atmosphere
  • Generous amount of meat per stick

LAU PA SAT SATAY

Originally built as a wet market in the 19th century, Lau Pa Sat has been transformed into a hawker center where local and Asian food is sold. Located in the central business district of Singapore, Lau Pa Sat is always occupied by the crowd of office workers at lunchtime. At night, a satay street is quickly installed in the outside area of ​​the food market, adding more animation to the place.

Located in the central business district of Singapore, Lau Pa Sat is always occupied by the crowd of office workers at lunchtime

WHAT PEOPLE LIKE

Singapore satay street with more than 10 satay stands: Lau Pa Sat satay street, an outdoor dining hall belonging to the Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, is the only satay street in Singapore. He doesn’t wake up until dusk, from 7 p.m., and lives energetically until the last guests leave. Its satay stalls provide guests with skewers of chicken, lamb, beef, and pork from Chinese to Muslim style. Among these, stands # 7, # 8 and # 10 are the standouts.

Bustling street dining experience: As the city lights up, the bustling atmosphere begins with quick setups of folding tables, plastic chairs, and the start of charcoal fires. The barbecue smoke carrying the irresistible aroma of satay reveals the preparation of the Singaporean style barbecue evening. Enthusiastic crowds will quickly fill the place to make this night place one of the most exciting places in Singapore to enjoy the best satay with a cold beer in Singapore.

Convenient location: Lau Pa Sat is located in the heart of Singapore’s central business district and within walking distance of Raffles Place MRT station.

KWONG SATAY

Featured on the Mediacorp TV Food Program’s “Yummy King” show and featured in The Straits Times, Kwong Satay in Geylang is a well-known satay stand in the island city. Its signature dish, pork belly satay is a must for all satay lovers.

Kwong Satay in Geylang is a well-known satay stand in the island city Singapore

WHAT PEOPLE LIKE

  • The appetizing pork belly satay
  • Peranakan Satay sauce style
  • Living and vibrant environment

CHOMP CHOMP SATAY

The Chomp Chomp food center is famous for its delicious versions of many local dishes, especially satay, it is considered one of the best satay in Singapore.

The Chomp Chomp food center is famous for its delicious versions of many local dishes, especially satay, it is considered one of the best satay in Singapore.

WHAT PEOPLE LIKE

  • The satay is well marinated and juicy, and the peanut sauce is thick, soft, and not too spicy.
  • Besides satay, diners can enjoy other delicious Singapore street food such as Hokkien mee, fried oysters, carrot cake, and barbecue skate.
  • A good place for late dinner

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