The mutton satay is tender and has a nice sweet flavour. Nicely grilled with a bit of charring, and no gamey taste. Likewise for the beef satay, the lightly charred bits is good. It has a less sweet flavour compared to the mutton satay and the meat is a bit hard. As for the chicken satay, it has moist and tender meat with a lightly sweet taste. Tastes decent too, but could do with a bit more charring.
All the satay are quite decently sized. Comes with a small bowl of satay sauce for dipping into. The satay sauce has strong nutty flavours, is spicy and a bit of sweet. Quite nice.
DJ Muslim Seafood & Satay also sells otah. This otah has a nice smokey flavour and is mildly spicy. Tastes rather nice, but a bit on the soft side. Personally I prefer otah that is grilled a bit drier.
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