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I have explore many satay stalls before but this Swee satay is still my number one choice. The satay sauce was filled with peanuts that have been crushed to small bites. It was so thick, not like others that was so watery.As for the satay, I would always order the pork and mutton satay as they are my favourites. The mutton satay has been marinated well but this time round it was a bit overcooked but the texture was still okay. As for the pork satay, it was not those lean ones. The pork satay com
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I have explore many satay stalls before but this Swee satay is still my number one choice. The satay sauce was filled with peanuts that have been crushed to small bites. It was so thick, not like others that was so watery.

As for the satay, I would always order the pork and mutton satay as they are my favourites. The mutton satay has been marinated well but this time round it was a bit overcooked but the texture was still okay. As for the pork satay, it was not those lean ones. The pork satay comes in fat and lean parts. So when you put it into your mouth, you will savour both. I loved it. But for those who do not like the fats, maybe you should skip this.
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$5 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Pork satay
  • mutton satay