These petite sized satay skewers are all nicely grilled with a slightly sweet seasoning taste. They are rather soft and meaty. The pork satay has a piece of fatty pork sandwiched in between the lean pork meat. As for the mutton it has a mild gamey taste, not a deal killer though.
The satay sauce is nutty with a slightly tarty taste from the added pineapple puree. Some cucumber slices and onion bits are included on the sides.
This serving of satay is fairly decent, though there are better ones out there.
Besides satay, muah chee is sold as a snack here too. This muah chee has a slightly sticky and slightly chewy texture. The soft bits are coated with a mixture of grated peanut powder and fine sugar, giving it a nice sweet and nutty taste. Quite decent too.
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