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Bus Stop Number: 17171, Clementi Station. Bus Service Number: 14,52,78,96,105,106,147,154,156,165,166,175,183,185,189,285. Train Station: Clementi Station, Exit A. continue reading
Introduction
Chai Ho sells Chinese satay which includes pork skewers as well.On festive occasions, the stall would also offer Bak Kwa. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon - Tue
Closed
Wed - Sun
10:30 - 21:00
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Pork Satay
Review (15)
Level4 2013-11-10
586 views
After our lunch at the clementi food market, I have decided to take away some satay home for extra dishes. Firstly, the satay is well grilled and cooked, does not have any burnt sign. The chicken satay is well marinated and also has a tender texture. It is also quite fragrance due to the addition of the pork lard in between the meat. As for their satay sauce, it is not too oily, the consistency is there not too watery and generous amount of the peanut bits is added. The satay sauce goes very well with the chicken satay as well as the sliced cucumber. Apart from satay, this stall also sells bak gua which is quite popular during the lunar Chinese new year period.   continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-03
314 views
Satay stalls are aplenty in Singapore, however it is hard to find one that serves up very good satay. Being traditionally a malay delicacy, it is usually served in chicken, beef or mutton variants. Pork Satays are typically the hardest to find because most stalls selling Satays are muslim stalls, and pork which is non-halal would definitely not be sold there. Imagine the delight we all had when we walked past Chai Ho, a chinese satay stall that carries Pork Satay.It took a little bit more than 20 minutes to get the satay as there were a few people in front with large orders. A good Pork Satay usually has fatty meat stuffed in the middle for the extra chew and flavour, or the Pork Satay would end up no different from a Chicken Satay. Chai Ho’s Pork Satay ($0.38 per piece cooked/$0.36 per piece raw) is just that; a good layer of fat that was chewy and provided a flavour burst for the well-marinated meat. I did not have the peanut sauce, but it seemed to contain quite a generous portion of peanuts in it.For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/chai-ho-%E8%B4%A2%E5%A5%BD-clementi-448-market-food-centre/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-13
183 views
Saw that there was a queue at the satay stall and the satay smell coming from the stall smelled good so I decided to try this out. I queued for about 15 minutes and got 10 sticks (38cents per stick) of chicken satay and the lontong to go with. The bland taste of the lontong was complemented well with the fragrant peanut sauce. The chicken meat was also very tender and succulent. Worth a visit continue reading
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Level3 2013-02-19
132 views
Singapore4.0 star rating5/8/2012 1 photoIt's pretty difficult to find a satay stall where one needs to actually queue for it, but this stall is one. Nestled in the heartlands, this stall serves up one of the better satays around.The star of the show is no doubt the pork satay: it has a perfect combination of a smoky flavor and tender meat with tons of fat. You'll no doubt pile on the calories while eating this, but trust me, it's worth it.Of course, good satay must be coupled with good "satay sauce", and the peanut curry dip here is really addictive. Be sure to order more of the rice in order to enjoy every single drop of the sauce!The quality is however not that consistent; you might get more than a few sticks of burnt satays from time to time, but feel free to bring it for an exchange; they're friendly enough to do it for you. continue reading
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Level3 2013-02-14
137 views
This is one and only favourite satay stall in Singapore as I would says that it served the best satay in Singapore. The satay is grillled to perfection and with a dip in the peanut sauce, you will have a taste in heaven. The lontong great to be eaten with the satay. Whenever, I am feeling low, I would visit this stall as when the piping hot satay served to me, it will lift up my mood. I'm sure a lot of people know about this stall and just head down and taste it yourself to find out. continue reading
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