Fatman Satay


Fatman SatayI first got to hear of this stall in 2006's local food variety show – Makan Places Lost And Found hosted by Gurmit Singh and Michelle Chia.

By then, there are 2 outlets in both Lau Pat Sat and Kopt Tiam outdoor coffee shop opposite Orchard Cineplex.

Now it is just Lau Pat Sat outlet.

If I could recall correctly, those 2 stalls were from Esplanda under Old Satay Club my parents used to take me as a child.

What I like is their round made satay head topped with rice cakes and thick fragrant gravy.

Fatman SatayFor 10 sticks which is their minimum requirement for you to order, you can have beef, chicken or mutton or all.

They also have extra meat in duck meat, prawns and sotong as well as upgrades to your standard meal.

This is my Friday supper and final meal.

Having said that, this completes my Friday meals and Asian food I liked best as Singaporean.

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