Friday, February 22, 2008

Satay & Leng Chee Kang @ Satay Sri Melaka, Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur

Satay Sri Melaka1

Sorry for the long silence - been busy plus the photo uploading has been acting up. Using my flickr account for this versus photobucket since it was unaccessible.

Satay Sri Melaka2

Been a while since I blogged about Malay food, so here goes - yummy satay at the Datuk Keramat area. It may be far, but definitely worth it. Pretty easy to get here from MRR2.

Satay Sri Melaka3

The stall is located at a medan selera near the Petronas station. It is the corner stall and packed with people waiting for their satay.

Satay Ayam1

Walk to the back and you'll find a hive of activity - long rows of hot charcoal grills where sticks of satay are being grilled. Reminds me of a mini satay factory, the way they were churning out the satay.

Satay ayam2

Aside from the grilling, the ladies were at the back, preparing the satay sticks and marinated meat. Three types of item found - chicken, beef, cow's liver and tripe. The chicken and beef satay is 60 sens, while cow's liver (hati) is 70 sens and the cow's tripe (perut) is 80 sens.

Peanut Sauce

Everything comes in chunky bits and peanut sauce with sambal. I liked the tender chicken and beef satay. Very yummy especially with the sauce.

Leng Chee Kang

And you must order their Leng Chee Kang, a huge bowl of ingredients for RM2.50. It had peanuts, atap chee (palm seed), cincau, longan, barley and etc to keep me very happy.

We were early that day but I reckon when it approaches dinner time, it would be packed with people eating or just taking away.


Sate Sri Melaka
Medan Selera AU5
At the corner of Jalan AU5 and Jalan AU4/6
Lembah Keramat
Ulu Kelang
Kuala Lumpur

(Halal. Open: 5.00 pm to 1.00 am. Closed on Sunday.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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20 comments:

Jackson said...

Lin Chee Kang with Satay??? wow.... must be a great combination!

team bsg said...

da meats look chunckily burnt enough so would be great with the chilled LCK ( but is it too sweet or not with the double punch ) !

daphne said...

oh my goodness. SATAY! love that flame grilled action.

Paul said...

it looks so yummy .... slurp ...
so, where exactly is this place?
MRR2 got plenty petronas stations in that area lor ...

yammylicious said...

omg!!! so many satay!!! every stick of that look real yammy specially the peanut sauces~ slurp!

mimi said...

have been craving for good satay but can't find any until now hope this one can satisfy me :)

Flower said...

Amboi sedapnye. As usual if I want to eat satay I have to make it myself. A cucuk of satay here would cost around AU$1.00. Oh mati oh.... Just imagine paying for 30 or more cucuk for the whole family to eat. Mana cukup oh... Makan also tak kenyang.

and that reminds me, I need to make satay soon.

Hazza said...

I miss it soooo much! The lovely blend of fat and lean chicken meat of that skewer you pictured makes me wanna get on a plane right now!

c'est la vie said...

thanks for sharing, remind me of Ramadan

MamaBoK said...

Awesome looking satay and ching teng.. :)

Lannae said...

The Satay photo with slight char and the photo with the sauce looks so good! I wish we had stuff like that here! Where I live, we don't have the street vendors that I adore. I am looking at the Leng Chee Kang, I have never seen this. Is it a tea or sweet? Is it a soup? It is intriguing.

sher said...

That certainly looks delicious. I always love looking at the foods you have access to.

Kiss the kitties for us!

Jason said...

Er.. where is Dato Keramat ah?
The pictures are so close and sharp, I can almost taste them!

wenching & esiong said...

Love satay very much, used to have it in Kajang. The Leng Chee Kang looks delicious, I would order that for sure too!

sc said...

haha, it's a malay food week eh? i just posted on malay food too :). satay, i'll never get bored of it and this looks absolutely lip smacking! hungryyyyy

Big Boys Oven said...

the satays look so delicious!

wmw said...

Love the satay on the fire shots...burn baby burn! Muah ha ha...sorry, got a bit carried away by the delicious pics.

JeromeFo- 杰龙 said...

All the satays are so Awesom!
lovely Malay Foods!

foodhoe said...

the burning purple embers of the fire are mesmerizing! The sauce looks amazing too, I'm drooling!

aloe_crewz said...

seriously its delicious! together with the soto bihun!! aauuww

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