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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Malacca Food -Ming Sate Hut (鸡场街)

So...I am one of the Malacca who have not tried the pork satay before!! I have heard so much about it and this is my first time trying the famous pork satay in Malacca. It so happen that I spotted Ming Sate Hut (鸡场街) while I was on my way to Nadeje Patisserie which is a few shops away from Ming Sate Hut (鸡场街).

5.06 p.m.

Ming Sate Hut (鸡场街) @ Plaza Mahkota, Malacca

About satay/sate

Satay or sate is a dish consisting marinated chunks of dice-sized meat on skewers and grilled over charcoal fire, then served with sate sauce. Sate sauce is a spicy peanut sauce dip to eat along with satays, cucumber, onions and ketupat (rice cake).

Satay is popular dish in Indonesia and it may be the place where this dish originated but it is also a popular dish throughout Southeast Asian countries.

Pork & Chicken Satay By Ming Sate Hut @ RM 0.55 per satay
The size of the satay is small, smaller than those we have from satay vendors but the chunk meats are tender with small portions of fats in between. Meats were marinated with tumeric and taste well but not like those usual taste of satay. It's different in taste. I guess one of the reason that this satay is special it is because of the tender meat and it's a pork satay as in Malaysia, we can rarely find pork satay because most satay vendors are selling halal satays.

Ming Sate Hut serves satay with pineapple-based satay sauce, which I don't really like it. The sourness of the sauce covered the aroma of the peanut based. We are too full to order ketupat to eat along since we are heading for Ikan Bakar this evening, but we ordered slivered onions and cucumbers as I believe cucumbers helps to detoxify. But we need to pay extra RM 0.50 for it, although it's cheap but we get it free even from satay vendors!

Address of Ming Sate Hut

Hahahahaha...I am now a Malaccan that have tried the pork satay! I have heard that there are few better places that serves pork satay. Well, perhaps next time!

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