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When you mention satay to anyone in the Klang Valley the word Kajang will almost always follow. Kajang satay is famous for having chunkier bits of meat than the norm, its fragrant and distinctive marinade which is a mix of turmeric, lemongrass and other aromatics and for its peanut sauce which features a dollop of sambal or chilli sauce.

In this video we head out to Kajang and embark on a mini satay crawl! Malaysian street food here we come! First stop is Willy Satay- an eatery parked alongside a busy highway as part of the food court Ramal Food Junction. The satay here indeed feature generous cuts of meat- perfectly charred and juicy. We sample the mutton, beef and chicken. All are excellent!

Next up Satay Kajang Haji Samuri, a satay empire which has numerous stores in the Klang Valley. This is the spot that’s been recommended to us numerous times. Aside from the usual satay Haji Samuri offer exotic meats such as rabbit and venison but unfortunately neither of these are available at the time of our visit. Instead we try their tripe, liver, chicken and fish satay. What we love about Haji Samuri are the generous bowl of peanut sauce they provide for dipping as well as the sambal which is more chilli oil than chilli sauce. Their satay however are disappointing. They’re cold and unlike Willy Satay whose satay didn’t need the peanut sauce to provide flavour, Haji Samuri’s satay rely on the peanut sauce for theirs.

Our plan for our final stop is foiled when we find Medan Satay closed so we head back into KL and visit Jalan Alor to the satay stall next to Wong Ah Wah (you can eat at Wong Ah Wah and also order satay) which we know is great. The cuts of meat are definitely smaller than those of Kajang’s satay. We sample the beef and the chicken both of which are juicy and tender.

The winner of the day is Willy Satay! Juicy, well marinated, tasty satay which we would definitely return for!

Thanks to all our subscribers who recommended we head out to Kajang to sample the satay! If you have any more satay restaurants/stalls that you reckon we should check out- let us know!

Where we ate (all Halal):

Willy Satay, Jalan Sungai Ramal Dalam, 43000, Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia, 43000 Kajang, Malaysia. Open 7 days from 4:00pm to midnight- if you are near an MRT station we recommend you catch the MRT to Stadium Kajang and then catch an Uber or Grab to Willy Satay. Otherwise simply catch a Grab or Uber there direct.

Sate Kajang Haji Samuri: Jalan Hishammuddin, Bandar Kajang, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia (opposite the Stadium Kajang MRT station). Open Monday to Thursday 10:30am to 12:30am, Friday 4:00pm to 1:00am, Saturday and Sunday 10:30am to 1:00am

Wong Ah Wah: Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur. Open Monday to Saturday 5:00pm to 4:00am and Sunday 5:00pm to midnight.

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We’re Thomas and Sheena, travel and food fiends. We want to help you eat and explore like a traveller, not a tourist! We started full time travel in October 2016 visiting Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore. We’ve just been in South America and now the rest of the world awaits! There is no end in sight for our travel. If you like what we're doing we'd love you to subscribe and join the ride.




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