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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Project-κ 9: Satay @ Medan Selera Permai (Permai Food Court)

Satay.......
You can find these almost every food court you go.........
It is the most..............convenient food available?? Meat on sticks....how more convenient do you want? Hahaha.... Heck, it's delicious, cheap, and it is our Malaysian national food! Besides nasi lemak, and roti canai, and char kway teow, and etc....etc..... LOL!

But where to get good satays????? Well, yeah....satay taste almost the same everywhere right? All I know is that satay is famous in Kajang. Why? I don't know lah......I heard that it's because there are a lot of variety (got ostrich, rabbit and even crocodile meat!)....taste wise? Is just so-so only lar. But that's a different story,  Project-κ is about food in Seremban, so let's start.

I stumbled on this satay stall almost accidentally. Was supposed to have some Chinese food but my cravings were acting up, so I decided to try the satays here at Medan Selera (Taman) Permai.



The stall is manned by a Malay woman, occasionally with her husband. Located at the very end of the food court, right at the corner near the car park.



RM0.50 per stick for chicken meat, and RM0.60 each for both beef and mutton satay.



I don't dare to say this is the best satay in Seremban, but I dare say that it is really really good. Usually, you'll get lots of fat and skin in between the meat of a satay right? But these satays have very little fat/skin in them. Besides, the meat is very tender and succulent! It is downright sweet and flavourful even without the peanut sauce. Oh.......talking about the peanut sauce.....I don't know how to describe it but I tell you, it's good. Normal peanut sauce.....but better! The satay is cooked just right. With very little "burnt marks" which makes it still juicy in the inside! The mutton satay does not have the "sow" smell (strong mutton smell) too. I may sound like I'm exaggerating, but you are your own best judge, so try it!

6 comments:

Lai Kok Soon said...

.... tat Permai a ... I never tried before the satay but I tired others... chicken rice.. tat's totally sux... lolx... eh.. the triangle there got pork satay and pork intestine satay, there are also others ~.~

Lai Kok Soon said...

eh. ur carlsberg reminded me bout something.....

saw the carlsberg logo at the food court ? ...... indirectly it was a NO - entry sign for muslim ... zzz haha

nice post on food project... lol good at promoting sbn.. nexttime i wan bring fren jalan jalan makan also can refer ur blog ..

William Choo said...

LOL..I've never tried the chicken rice before leh. But you should go try the satay (it's good) and 'Siew Chow'...the food is above average and very reasonable too (much cheaper than restaurants), will blog about it next time. :)

Sam Kok Tei got pork satay? Ok ok...will give it a try then. Together with the delicious Prawn Noodle too. ^^,

Opps....ya oh...I never thought about the Carlsberg logo effect. Haha..But to all Muslim readers...the satay is HALAL!

And thanks....just doing my part for our beloved hometown! :D

Alan Khoo said...

mm.. If you can add map (snapshot of gogglemap), then it'll be perfecto... i mean it will be convenient for non-sbn ppl.. hehe..

Alan Khoo said...

sam kiok tei - satay is a must-order food if you go there! everytime when i go there sure order the pork intestine satay and chicken satay... looking forward for your next pitstop!

William Choo said...

Thanks Alan for the heads up! I've thought of that and tried google-ing for maps actually but to no avail.....
Hmm....maybe I should try google map. But does it work? I mean...places in Seremban can be found meh? Oh well....will try it then. :)

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