Top 12 Best Satays in Singapore
The best satays in Singapore: you’ve seen the debate play out in ‘Crazy Rich Asian’. And that debate certainly continues. There are many an article on Singapore food news scene. After all, who doesn’t love that smoky taste, that chunky peanut sauce. So satay lovers of Singapore, let’s have a taste of the Top 12 Best Satays in Singapore.
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1. Old Punggol Satay
Introduction: Old Punggol Satay is now in it’s second generation, originated in Punggol, the famous satay was disappeared for sometime before the son decided to restart the business after some persuasion from the satay lovers. The business has since expanded under franchising. The stall offers Pork, Chicken and Mutton satay.
Old Punggol Satay specialize Chicken, Pork and Mutton satays. Special peanut sauce along with pineapple puree.
Location: Block 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1 Singapore, Singapore 150003
Contact: +65 9733 4237
2. Haron Satay
Haron Satay & Chicken Wing aka Haron Satay 30 has come a long way from being razed by a fire in 2013 to the passing of their founder in 2016. Emerging out of all these, is the famous and popular satay holding on to its reign and crowned the title of Singapore Hawker Master in 2011. It is also one of the must eat local satay stall at East coast lagoon food village.
Winner of Class 95’s Foodie’s Choice for BEST SATAY as voted by their listeners. These are halal satay that are fit for the president of Singapore as they are invited to serve their satay to the Istana. They also have a Haron 55 restaurant at Upper East Coast Road serving satay bentos and platters.
They offer Chicken, Mutton and Beef Satays. Rice cakes and Chicken WIngs.
Location: 1220 ECP, #55 East Coast Lagoon Food Village, Singapore 468960
Contact: 6909 5702
3. Chong Pang Huat
Introduction: Chong Pang Huat has several outlets in Singapore, so they can be considered as a satay chain in Singapore. Chong Pang Huat serves BBQ Chicken Wings, Satay and Spring Chicken.
Offerings: Chong Pang Huat offers chicken, pork, mutton and beef options.
Location: Multiple locations
Contact: +65 9100 1816
4. Chai Ho Satay
Introduction: Chai Ho Satay is a food establishment in Singapore that specializes in pork and chicken satay. The satay is nicely grilled with some light charring, while the meat remains moist and tender. The pork and chicken satay are both described as juicy and flavorful, with the pork satay even coming with a small piece of fatty pork in between the regular meat pieces.
Chai Ho Satay & Dried Meat has been around for a long time. As its name implies, this stall sells Satay as well as Dried Meat (Bak Kwa). The stall has probably been there for 25 years .
Offerings: Chai Ho Satay is a non-halal Satay stall. They have pork Satay aside from the usual mutton and chicken.
They also sell Bak Kwa (Dried Meat )
Location: 448 Clementi Ave 3, #01-10, Singapore 120448
5. Fang Yuan Satay
Introduction: FANG YUAN SATAY 3rd generation BBQ Satay from 1966 at heartland of Toa Payoh with grandfather’s recipes. As a food critic in Singapore, I recently visited a local eating place called Fang Yuan Satay. In my opinion, this establishment is definitely worth checking out for anyone who loves satay. The satay here is cooked to perfection and the meat is tender and flavorful. Along with the satay, there are a variety of delicious sauces to choose from that complement the meat well. Additionally, the prices are quite reasonable, making it a great spot for a quick and satisfying meal.
- Pork Satay
- Chicken Satay
- Satay Rice
Location: Blk 75, #01-25 Lorong 5 Toa Payoh Food Centre, Singapore, 310075
Contact: 65 8347 3016
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6. 168 CMY Satay
Introduction: Having been around for more than 30 years, Chun Man Yuan, also known as CMY, is widely known for being one of the largest satay manufacturers in Singapore. CMY has also been supplying 168 CMY Satay, a Michelin-approved hawker stall located within Chinatown Complex and Food Centre for over a decade.
Recognised on the Michelin Guide for their cooked-to-order satay and delicious peanut pineapple dipping sauce.
The satay at 168 CMY Satay is simply delicious. The meat is tender and juicy, with a smoky flavor that just melts in your mouth. It’s clear that the chefs here know how to cook satay to perfection. The peanut sauce served alongside the satay is the perfect accompaniment. It’s creamy, slightly sweet, and has a subtle nutty flavor that complements the meat perfectly.
The ambience at 168 CMY Satay is pretty basic, but the focus is really on the food. The seating area is simple and functional, but don’t let that fool you – the food is what really steals the show here.
Overall, if you’re a fan of satay, 168 CMY Satay is definitely worth checking out. The food here is top-notch, and it’s clear that the chefs really know what they’re doing.
Offerings: Priced at just $0.60 per stick, the stall offers pork, chicken, and mutton satay with a minimum order of 10 sticks.
Location: 335 Smith StreetChinatown Complex and Food centre, Singapore
Contact: +65 9475 2907
7. Kwong Satay
Kwong Satay traces its roots to the 1960s when the grandfather of Mr. Wong Chee Kwong peddled satay from a trishaw around the Katong area. Two decades later, Mr. Wong Chee Kwong continued the family tradition when he started selling satay at Lorong 29 Geylang, which is now our flagship stall. As the business grew, Mr. Wong expanded into the manufacturing and wholesale distribution of satay, satay sauce and ketupat (satay rice cake) at Bukit Batok Crescent, Enterprise Centre and Kwong Satay counts more than a dozen hawker stalls and eateries in Singapore among our regular clients now.
Today, into its fourth generation, Kwong Satay proudly continues this heritage with no changes to the original recipe. Which is what makes our satay outstanding – the use of our original Hainanese recipe, in both our satay marinate and sauce. A traditional favourite through the decades is our signature pork loin satay and equally popular are our chicken, mutton, beef as well as pork belly satay.
- Pork, Beef, Mutton , Chicken & Pork Belly Satay .
- Ketupat ( Rice Cake)
Location: Multiple Locations
Contact:+65 6565 0002
8. Victor Veggie
Introduction: Uncle Victor started his business when he was 24 years old and has been running his stall for over 40 years. As a vegetarian due to his religion, he has been promoting vegetarianism in Singapore, as well as for sustainability and environmental reasons. As a result, in order to make vegetarian meals more appealing to the locals, he began researching and recreating food that would suit our palates.
Upon first look at the satays, you would probably forget they’re actually vegetarian! Made up of soy protein, the satay “meat” has the charred bits just like the real one which gave a pleasant crunch with every bite.
The Food: The food at Victor Veggie is simply delicious. Even as a meat-eater, I found myself impressed with the quality of the vegetarian dishes served here. The ingredients are fresh and flavorful, and the dishes are well-prepared and seasoned.
Menu Variety: Victor Veggie has a great variety of vegetarian options to choose from, which is refreshing to see in a city that can sometimes be a bit meat-heavy. Whether you’re looking for something light and fresh or something hearty and filling, there’s something for everyone here.
Ambience: The ambience at Victor Veggie is warm and inviting. It’s a small, cozy spot with a casual atmosphere that makes it perfect for a relaxed meal with friends or family.
Overall, I highly recommend Victor Veggie to anyone looking for delicious vegetarian food in Singapore. The quality of the ingredients and the care taken in preparing the dishes really shines through, and it’s clear that the chefs here are passionate about what they do.
Location: 79A Circuit Rd, Singapore 371079
Contact: +65 9002 5986
Website: Link Here
9. Chuan Kee Satay
Introduction: The man behind the grill is 70 year old Mr Wee Sang Tow who grew up helping his father at his satay stall along Geylang Lor 3 in the 1960′s. After moving a few times, he eventually settled at Old Airport Road Food Centre when it opened in 1974. Life for the old couple has been much the same for the last 5 decades. They are either grilling satay or spending hours slicing, marinating and skewering the satay!
Offerings: They serve Pork, Chicken and Mutton Satay.
The Food: The satay at Chuan Kee Satay is simply delicious. The meat is tender and juicy, with a smoky flavor that just melts in your mouth. It’s clear that the chefs here know how to cook satay to perfection.
Sauces: The peanut sauce served alongside the satay is the perfect accompaniment. It’s creamy, slightly sweet, and has a subtle nutty flavor that complements the meat perfectly.
Menu Variety: While the focus at Chuan Kee Satay is on their delicious satay, there are also a variety of other dishes on the menu to choose from. Whether you’re in the mood for noodles or rice, there’s something for everyone here.
Location: Old Airport Road Food Centre, #01-85, Singapore 390051
Contact: +65 92205118
Website: Link Here
10. Satay Guan
Introduction: Satay Guan is one of the hidden gems in Whampoa Makan Place.
A popular supper spot, Satay Guan is one of the hidden gems in Whampoa Makan Place. Despite the lack of a long queue, their satays are in high demand with the two ladies turning over orders as quick as every couple minutes. You don’t need to wait long for piping hot satay here! The peanut sauce served alongside the satay is the perfect accompaniment. It’s creamy, slightly sweet, and has a subtle nutty flavor that complements the meat perfectly.
Their satays are well marinated before being grilled on the charcoal. The best is the pork satay, which comes with juicy chunks of fat skewered in between tender pieces of pork. When dipped into the peanut sauce, every bite is flavourful. The chicken satay is slightly less punchier probably due to the absence of fat, but just as tender. Satay Guan’s honey glazing is on the sweeter side, and balances well with the slightly charred meats.
Offerings: They serve Pork, Chicken and Mutton satay
Location: 13 Whampoa Dr, #01 Makan Place, Block 90, Singapore 320090
Contact: +65 9699 3699
11. Shi Xiang Satay
Opened in 1955, Shi Xiang Satay has seen generations of customers come and go. Now, it is run by Young, the original owner’s son. He learnt how to make satay from his mother, who learnt the craft from her husband.
Shi Xiang Satay first started out by on the streets. No matter how things changed, the stall always stayed in chinatown. They didn’t have a name back then, so their customers helped them come up with one.
Offerings: They offer Pork, Chiken and Mutton Satay.
The satay at Shi Xiang Satay is simply delicious. The meat is tender and juicy, with a smoky flavor that just melts in your mouth. It’s clear that the chefs here know how to cook satay to perfection. The peanut sauce served alongside the satay is the perfect accompaniment. It’s creamy, slightly sweet, and has a subtle nutty flavor that complements the meat perfectly.
Location: 335 Smith St, Singapore 050335
Contact: +65 8522 3186
Website: Link Here
SatayBros is a popular satay joint in Singapore that offers mouth-watering satay with a variety of options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for chicken, beef, mutton, or even vegetarian satay, SatayBros has got you covered. SatayBros is located at 428 Changi Road, Singapore 419871. It used to be located at D’Rubinah Restaurant in Sembawang, but has since moved to its current location.
SatayBros is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 5pm to 11pm. Be sure to plan your visit accordingly!
Offerings: They offer Chicken, Beef, Mutton, Tripe and Liver Satay.
The menu at SatayBros offers a variety of satay options, including chicken, beef, mutton, and even vegetarian satay. In addition to satay, there are also other dishes available such as mee goreng and nasi goreng.
Location: 10 Jln Masjid, Singapore 418930
Contact: +65 9101 4036
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