There are easily thousands of satay stalls in Klang Valley. It's impossible to try each and every one of them but here's a list to help you get started on a satay adventure.
All of the featured eateries are halal. Also, there are many famous satay stalls/restaurants that I have been to, but they are not included due to drop in quality recently.
I have been in and out of KPJ Damansara Specialist Hospital recently and I needed a place for a quick meal. So who better to ask than the hospital staff? Turns out there's a really good nasi kukus ayam berempah in the row of food stalls just outside the hospital.
Last I counted there were three Korean BBQ buffet in Solaris Mont Kiara - including the popular BBQ-K, which has unfortunately gone down hill of late. Our initial plan was to eat at Donsadon, but we ended up at Duk SooNe instead because we couldn't find the place.
Having lunch at Aik Prawn Mee's food truck briefly reminded me of my earlier days in Penang. Location wise, it's on a five foot way between Seapark's wet market and the drain under makeshift umbrellas.
Roast duck is something typically available in the day time. So it was surprising for me to stumble upon a roast duck stall called Kin Herbal Roasted Duck that opens exclusively for dinner. Fortunately, it's also an excellent one. In fact, I find it a lot better than most roast duck stalls in Kepong.
Apparently, wantan mee is not the only reason to eat at Tzuk Sheng Lao. A friend tipped that their claypot lamb is also worth a special trip. We happened to be nearby last weekend so we decided to drop by for dinner.