19.2.16

Dengkil R&R satay ...

Just a short post today and I thought it's great to blog about this Kajang Satay located at Dengkil R&R , while I was driving back from Ipoh to JB. I always wanted to try this satay after hearing from my relatives that it is good. However, each time I always give it a pass due to various reasons, like having our meals in nearby Seremban instead or the R&R was closed for renovation recently.


We didn't order a lot as we just had our lunch at the Sg Buloh R&R, thus just 10 sticks to try it. The satay was thick with lots of meat but too bad it was not hot when served. However, by dipping it in the hot gravy, which I thought was tasty, helps to warm the satay back. Overall, I think it's good though not as delicious as I thought to be.

Have a good weekend!

19 comments:

  1. Gosh! The oil in the peanut sauce. I love the seafood restaurant in the town, Dengkil, very nice food.

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    1. The peanut sauce was great !! Love it !

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  2. When think of satay, will automatically think of Kajang, or vice-versa.. And yes, I hear some R&R got sell this Kajang satay, oh, so it's in this Sg. Buloh R&R...

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    1. It's dengkil R&R,not sg. Buloh.... Don't go to the wrong one ! Hahaha

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  3. Reminds me that i haven't had any Satay for months!

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    1. hhhah...you have been blogging about food week-in and week-out and you never had satay? That's strange! hahahha

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  4. I loves satay, if i order satay, usually will order ketupat to go with it...

    Did you meetup with Claire when you back in Ipoh?

    Happy Weekend...

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    1. Yeah, we always meet up during CNY, as usual! :)

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  5. Satay is always good to me. Hehehe

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    1. It's lagi good if they served it during your ultra-runs...hahahah

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  6. I love satay! But very strangely, when I eat satay Kajang I get leg cramps at night. At first I though it was a coincidence but after a few times, confirmed lah. Dunno why.

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    1. That is really strange and unheard of that satay causes leg cramps. Could it be your mind playing games on you ?

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  7. wow, a post especially dedicated to this Kajang satay at Dengkil R&R.. i actually have not heard about this at all, hahaha, or probably being a KL guy that doesn't travel to outstation much, i don't really use the PLUS highway.. :p

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  8. so you finally was able to try this satay you had wanted to try.. it wasn't packed with people by the time you drove back to JB from Ipoh?? when did you leave Ipoh?? i've heard of the terrible jam before CNY when everyone was driving back to their hometown, but the traffic seems rather smooth when they all came back to KL.. my friend just spent 2 hours to get back to KL from Ipoh last Saturday..

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  9. now you got me wonder how long i have not had satay already, haha!! how much is a stick now?? yeah, the satay looks thick with lots of meat.. maybe the boss foresee good business, so he grilled more in advanced and customers can have their satay right away without need to wait long?? at least the peanut sauce was warm, or maybe the satay has to be eaten at this temperature to be most delicious?? haha~~

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  10. Yay! You finally ate this Kajang Satay. My ex school mates often had home pot luck parties and one friend would always go to this same stall to order 400-500 sticks! They would give us extras!

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  11. Delicious satay but I had enough for now. Ate too many satays over the holiday. Loo.

    You have a wonderful weekend and Happy Chap Goh Mei.

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  12. I miss satay, long time never had satay already, last time at my old flat, downstairs hawker got one stall sells very nice, sometimes after my work, I would buy some white bread and satay and eat the bread with satay wrapped inside, yums!

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