I spoke to one of the chief ‘griller’ of this satay restaurant with over 30 years of existence,
The friendly Chinese lady cum owner attended us with over 650 sticks of ‘satay’. Well, there were about 35 of us, and after a fun cycling event at Putrajaya’s Botanical Park, ‘satay’ chomping seemed to be the right snack for everyone.
Located in the old town of Kajang, the coffee shop known as Restoran Malaysia (Nyuk Lan Satay) serves halal food from satay to the typical Chinese style of noodles (dai chao).
A sugarcane juice section at the side of the shop is also worth mention. With the hot weather and the grilled snack, it is all washed down with the icy cold freshly squeezed sugar cane juice.
Restoran Malaysia (Nyuk Lan Satay)
31, Jalan Semenyih, Kajang.
10am-11pm, closed on Tuesday