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Opening Hours
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
17:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Take Away
Serves breakfast
Restaurant Website
http://www.royalsataycelup.com/
Signature Dishes
Bacon-wrapped Pork Sausages Homemade Cendol
Review (17)
Level4 2013-08-21
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Lately, I have been posting quite a bit of post on the Satay Celup. When mentioned Satay Celup, the first place that comes to anyone’s mind would be the historical city of Malacca. The famous Capitol Satay Celup has inevitably craved its status in everyone’s heart. In fact, there are so much Satay Celup in Malacca, there is even the Halal Satay Celup . Folks in Klang Valley would no longer drive all the way to Malacca anymore for some awesome Satay Celup. The Royal Satay Celup is one place with no hassle to get your car parked and enjoy quite some fresh skewers.Located in Damansara Uptown, this place is not difficult to be located. And with the vibrant sign board despite the half a shop lot’s space to dine, you cannot not see the shop.The layout of the shop is pretty simple and clean. it doesn’t have too many tables but what really amazes me would be the hygiene and the cleanliness of this place. The service was amazing as well and most importantly the pot of satay sauce weren’t recycled. Every pot is new when diners are seated. Fan of Satay Celup would know this. The sauce boils real fast and you might not want to be a victim to those boiling sauce. Here in Royal Satay Celup, the pot is uniquely designed to a half half so kids might wanna cook their skewers in the boiling water instead. Another purpose is to prevent the thick peanut sauce from being burnt and alas sticking to the bottom of the pot.It is pretty obvious that cleanliness is quite some priority here as you can see, the table and the surrounding of the boiling pot were amazingly sparkling.Here is some glimpse of what they have in their fridge. That might be another thing that a microbiologist would pay extra attention to. I really like that fact that those skewers are kept in closed fridge at all time.The skewers are all priced at RM 0.80 each, similar to the ones in Malacca. The plates cost RM 2 for yellow plates and RM 3 for those blue plates. Unlike what’s commonly served along with Satay Celup, white bread is replaced by some Deep Fried bun.As for those thirst quencher which is a must when having Satay Celup, they offer only a few. Namely their Leong Sui, and some canned soft drinks. Cendol Gula Melaka is also served here for RM 3. I didn’t try that since I was there for supper. How can I possibly afford Cendol Gula Melaka after those delicious skewers? We simply just went for their Leong Sui. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-09
22 views
Wantan and deep fried fish ball. One stick had one piece of deep fried wantan, it was cut into half. After dipping in the satay sauce, the wantan skin was slightly soggy and it was quite thick. The inner part has some fish paste and was springy though, slightly salty. The deep fried fish ball was not too big and it does not had fishy taste, quite springy and some chili parts in it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-09
7 views
We also ordered the deep fried buns. There were three in a portion. It is not displayed in the refrigerator, you need to order from the staff. The bun will take some time to be served. But it is ok, because we can still be occupied with our satay celup. The bun was not really fantastic. I scooped out some satay peanut sauce in my plate and dip the bun in the sauce. The bun absorbed the satay sauce but it was not impressive. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-01
17 views
a litle tricky to find this place and after look at the google map is easier and parking is not that easy to find. we always only heard satay celup in melaka. but this outlet really served good quality of satay stick with fresh ingredient of the chicken meat, taufu , eggs and so on. the seafood such as prawns and squids also not bad. this Damansara Utama outlet's bountifully stocked fridge beckons to us with familiar temptations evocative of many a satay celup. their fresh serving of theQuail eggs, p continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-06
19 views
My favorite food from my hometown of Malacca has made very little headway in the Klang Valley, but here's hoping that Royal Satay Celup will help change that. his Damansara Utama outlet's bountifully stocked fridge beckons to us with familiar temptations evocative of many a satay celup meal in the 1990s. Hygiene-conscious customers, note that each table is supplied with sauce that's fresh and free. But it's less chunky than expected, with a sour-spiciness that tastes Thai. Bacon-wrapped pork sausages and man tao. Prices are pleasing; each stick costs 80 sen, ensuring that many patrons can dine for under RM15 per person. Quail eggs, pandan chicken and century eggs. Dunk into the steaming sauce, wait a minute, and voila, everything's ready and remarkably flavorful to eat. A sweet finish: house-made cendol, complete with pure santan and gula Melaka. continue reading
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