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I enjoy satays. Even better if there is no fat in it. Unfortunately most satays these days come with a little bit of fat in each stick Bf told me about this shop which sells satay of lean meat only. Yes, all meat, which came in thick and juicy cuts, perfectly marinated and skewered beforehand There are FIVE different types of satay : chicken, beef, fish, duck and mutton. Picture above is chicken satay. As you can see from picture, the kuah has a dollop of sambal which gives the customers extra "
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I enjoy satays. Even better if there is no fat in it. Unfortunately most satays these days come with a little bit of fat in each stick


Bf told me about this shop which sells satay of lean meat only. Yes, all meat, which came in thick and juicy cuts, perfectly marinated and skewered beforehand
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There are FIVE different types of satay : chicken, beef, fish, duck and mutton. Picture above is chicken satay. As you can see from picture, the kuah has a dollop of sambal which gives the customers extra "oomph" and spiciness than the usual peanut sauce. Not enough sauce? No problem! Request for top up at no extra cost. Ketupat is also available at a cheap price as well.
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