Went there around 7+pm, q for about 10 mins. Kinda special.... Food wise not too bad but environment a bit rundown, cleanliness should be further improved.
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Was lucky to arrive about 10:30pm without having to lineup. The soup is a satay sauce style soup in which you cook your skewers with. You basically self serve what you want from the cold area where all skewers are 1.20RM. There is a fridge...More
If you are a satay lover, you must try this unique satay restaurant. Simple but delicious. The friendly staff will explain you the principle of choosing what you want to cook in your satay sauce. Great concept for a simple but tasty dinner in between...More
In Malacca,besides hunting for Nyonya Food & Chicken Rice Balls, the other must eat will be Satay Celup. No trip will be complete without trying their signature dishes. Given its popularity, many locals as well as tourists flocked to Restoran Capitol Satay and they are...More
This place is just average, certainly overhyped. Thinking back, it is ridiculous to queue more than half an hour for a table, and while the experience is "new" celuping (dipping) food into satay sauce instead of clear broth, overall the food is just average and...More
In my humble opinion, I feel this place is overhyped. Malaysians are familiar with Lok Lok that are sold in trucks at various locations. What this shop offers is a Lok Lok with a twist. Dipped into a spicy satay sauce. The average wait for...More
Satay celup means dip in satay, not grill as usual. We queue on the street outside this small satay house for about 30 mins to get a table. With 2 young kids feel like forever... They have spread of food in skewers and some in...More