Review: Yong Seng Satay (Singapore)




Bukit Timah Food Centre Singapore

Yong Seng Satay

sells satay with the usual choice of chicken, pork and mutton. Very nicely grilled.

Support :


Yong Seng Satay sells satay with the usual choice of meats – chicken, pork and mutton. It comes served with cucumber slices on the plate and a bowl of satay sauce on the side.

The satay skewers are all very nicely grilled with a light crisp outside and moist meat inside. The chicken satay is soft and moist with decent flavours. The pork satay is meaty and sweet tasting with a piece of nicely grilled fatty bit in between. As for the mutton satay, it is meaty and chewy with nice smokey flavours and a tint of sweet. Not gamey either.

The satay sauce is thick and contains pieces of grated peanuts. It is nutty and a little bit spicy. Comes topped with pineapple puree. Tastes nice. Personally, I like the pork satay here. It is really good with nicely grilled crispy meaty bits and the fatty bits is especially good. The chicken and mutton ones are nice too. Thumbs up!


It costs $10.50 SGD in direct product costs to create this post, done over 1 anonymous visit. All expenses involved in this post are fully paid for by

Help Us to Keep Things REAL.

We are a fully independent publisher dedicated to bringing you 100% REAL & Authentic human-created content about food and travel, places and more. We are free from advertiser control, telling it like it is without bias. But we need your help! As a self-funded organisation, your donations power us to keep creating high-quality content and stay independent. Every contribution, big or small, makes a difference. Help Us with a donation today to Keep Things REAL!

Support :

Disclaimer. As unique individuals, we have our own personal preferences and likings. Your experiences and perspectives may vary from mine.

▴ Affiliate Link

| | | | | | | |


Bukit Timah Food Centre

Guide: Bukit Timah Food Centre (Singapore)


Review: He Zhong Carrot Cake (Singapore)

Hock Le Xiang: Popiah & Rojak

Review: Hock Le Xiang (Singapore)

Review: Guangzhou 100% Pure Sugar Cane Juice (Singapore)

183 Chee Cheong Fun: Chee Cheong Fun & Yam Cake

Review: 183 Chee Cheong Fun (Singapore)

Review: Yong Heng Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (Singapore)

Review: Bukit Timah Chwee Kueh (Singapore)

Jie Ji Boneless Braised Duck: Braised Duck Rice Set & Soup

Review: Jie Ji Boneless Braised Duck (Singapore)

Review: Ah Zhen Wanton Mee (Singapore)

Taste The Kwang's Black: Char Siew Wanton Noodles

Review: Taste The Kwang’s Black (Singapore)

Chirashizushi Shou: Sashimi Mori 4 Kinds

Review: Chirashizushi Shou (Singapore)

Xing Long Fried Carrot Cake Fried Oyster: Fried Carrot Cake White & Black

Review: Xing Long Fried Carrot Cake Fried Oyster (Singapore)

Review: Li Xing Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (Singapore)


affiliate links