Open Hours: 6p-11p Tu-Th, 6p-midnight F, Sa, 6p-10:30p Su
London's Malaysian population eats here so you can be sure that you are getting the real deal at Satay House. Try the various king prawn dishes or the ... More
London's Malaysian population eats here so you can be sure that you are getting the real deal at Satay House. Try the various king prawn dishes or the mild ayam masak merah chicken curry dish. There's also a whole lot of vegetable, rice and noodle dishes. The roti canai and murtabak (stuffed with minced meat, egg and served with pickled onions) are slightly oily Malaysian versions of naan breads. Try the Ice Kacang, a sorbet like dessert. Ordering a starter and a main course is just not the Malaysian way. Go with a bunch of people and order several dishes to share. It's a fabulous way to try everything and eat loads.
Loved the place! My friends and I had such a great time and really enjoyed the low prices. I got the Ayam Percik and it was chicken cooked in coconut milk and spices. Looking forward to going back in the near future!
I heard good things about this place. It was nice, but not great by malaysian standards. If you haven't tried malaysian food i'm sure you will like it, but if you have been around malaysia eating local food you may be a bit disappointed...
When I was in London 1988, The Satay House was excellence and fantastic, until now, My dream is to revisit the same Restaurant Again, Its nice to be there, I Pray for That. I am 58 years old now. See you..
excellent authentic malaysian cuisine. lots of malaysians actually eating there also. went there a friend from malaysia - he agreed it was v authentic. friendly service, and above all v reasonably priced for central london.
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