28 Nov '11, 3am

Poh Kee Satay: 1948 - 2011, Huh?: Satay 50 cents ea Do you reckon that there are much fewer satay stalls nowada...

Poh Kee Satay: 1948 - 2011, Huh?: Satay 50 cents ea Do you reckon that there are much fewer satay stalls nowada...

Do you reckon that there are much fewer satay stalls nowadays? I remember that when I was growing up, there seemed to be Satay stalls in almost every coffeeshop. Nowadays it seems that it is really hard to find Satay stalls, let alone good ones. The thing about Satay stalls is that it shows very clearly the difference in the Malay and Chinese cultures. Whiles we always find clusters of Malay Satay stalls viz Lau Pa Sat, East Coast Lagoon Village and the now defunct Satay Club at the Esplanade, Chinese Satay stalls are always alone. I am not sure why this is so. Perhaps it reflects the thinking of the hawker. The Chinese hawker probably thinks that since there is someone already doing satay, then rather than doing the same thing, he should sell something else so as not to have direct competition. I am not sure, but I think our Malay friends tend to be more community spirite...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/2011/11/poh-kee-satay-1948-2011...

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makansutra.com 28 Nov '11, 4pm

Re: Ming Kee Satay Bee Hoon @ East Coast Lagoon by hawkerfan » Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:48 pm What I hear is that they've passed...

Best Satay is Haron Satay. #01-55, East Coast Lagoon Food Village 2–11pm (close on Mon) #Singapore Hawker Masters 2011

Best Satay is Haron Satay. #01-55, East Coast L...

soshiok.com 02 Dec '11, 9am

Stall 55, East Coast Lagoon Food Centre We’d be the first to admit that we didn’t try every one of the dozen or so satay s...