This is going to be a quick one. I just want to update the Klasik Satay Station lovers out there that they have closed their stall at Restoran O’din and upgraded themselves to a full fledged restaurant at Taman Kepong Indah. Nothing much has changed about their satay, it is still tasty and affordable so you can still refer my previous post for a more detailed write up.
The mutton satay (RM1.20) remains the best among the two other meats: chicken (RM0.70) and beef (RM1). I would have given the chicken satay a better rating if not because some of them were so badly burnt. This had been a problem I noticed during my last visit and sadly is still happening. I don’t know exactly why but it only affects the chicken satay while the mutton and beef satay are OK. The least they could do is to trim off the burnt parts from the chicken satay like Sen Kee does rather than serving them charred to the customers.
Satay aside, three types of noodles are available here: Mee Jawa, Mee Soto and Laksa. The Mee Jawa @ RM4.50 is delicious albeit slightly too sweet.
The Laksa‘s broth is nice but the noodles are short stranded, a bit coarse and cooked too al dente. The noodles should be silky smooth, slippery and soft with a little bite, not like this.
Small packets of nasi lemak can be found here too @ RM1 each. The taste is not bad but you should know there are no anchovies and peanuts in it. It contains only rice, a halved hard boiled egg and sambal.
Previously at O’din you could see the boss himself doing the grilling. But after the expansion a few workers have been hired to take care of the satay grills while he oversees the restaurant’s operation.
Banners of various sizes are placed along the road leading to the restaurant, saying Voted No.1 Satay in Klang Valley by “Malaysia Food & Travel Bloggers”. Interesting, I wonder who are those bloggers mentioned.Klasik Satay Station
Jalan 1/1a ,Taman Kepong Indah,
52100 Kuala Lumpur
Business hours: Mon – Sun: 5:00pm – 12:00am
GPS Coordinates: N3 13.662 E101 38.308