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Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Otah Satay
Review (10)
Level3 2013-12-18
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My grandma stays at Hougang area, thus will ways patronise this stall for its Satay. This stall is famous for its Satay, which are sold at $0.50/stick. Other than satays, they also sell Otah $0.50/stick and Fried Kway Teow ($3/pack)Today, its my first time trying out its otah. Its fish otah is actually quite spicy, suitable for those who can take spicy food. You can also find fish bites inside the otah, which is rarely found in otah. Worth a try if you hadn't. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-15
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The satays here are super awesome!! Ordered the chicken one and it was so good! The peanut sauce was super delicious and when u dip the satay in the sauce and put it in ur mouth, you instantly feel super happy!!! I guarantee u! The ketupat and cucumbers were good too! Quite fresh! The satays were not overly cooked and super burnt which made them good! One of the best satays i have tasted!!GO FOR IT! continue reading
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Level4 2010-12-27
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Swee satay has sell char kway teow too. Their stall not only famous for their satays,but other food too. Their char kway teow is one of them. Auntie gave generous of kway teow, vegetables,cockles,slices of fish cakes and chinese sausages too. For three dollars a packet of the char kway teow,it was well worth the buck. Not to mention,it was very nice and tasty. I managed to finish it in no time ) continue reading
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Level4 2010-12-27
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Char Kway Teow is another item that this stall sells, besides satay, fried oyster, carrot cake. I had the char kwya teow with a little bit of chilli and it costs only $3. It was quite a big packet and the auntie gave a generous serving of fresh green veggies. Other ingredients include many cookles, slices of chinese sausage and fish cakes, and eggs. The taste was slighly sweet and spicy and it was not too dry. Their version is slightly watery but just nice that the noodles and kway teow were coated with the sauce. It was delicious. continue reading
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