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    Lok Lok - Malacca Satay Celup

    Hi guys,

    Anyone know where i can still eat this in Singapore?
    I think the one in Princep street has closed down

    Would like the "original" type, where they actually cook the meat in satay sauce, and not cook in water and then dip in sauce.

    Thanks!
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    Got meh ??

    Heard last time used to be one at Gay World niah..

    If have lets have a gathering to eat satay !!


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    the last time i remember Bugis Village one, closed shop.

    but not sure if the steamboat satay at Changi Village kopishops still there or also closed shop. (ok Changi village one not so edible)
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    check....

    Melacca Satay Celup
    ADDRESS
    #01-509, 123 Yishun Street 11
    Singapore 760123
    Region: Yishun


    RESERVATIONS
    93885288

    not sure if still exist...

    http://www.yum.sg/restaurants/melacca_satay_celup/

    http://www.moblog.com.sg/blogger/blo...C-3C2A76F492B3
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    TANGLIN (TONG HUAT) SEAFOOD SATAY STEAMBOAT
    Block 79 Circuit Road #01-532 Circuit Road Food Centre Tel: 6748-0165 Opening hours 5 - 11.30pm; closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays Price Each dish of dipping items at $3, $5 or $6

    This stall is said to have invented satay steamboat, which offers clear chicken stock and satay gravy as dipping sauce. Owner Patrick Quek's grandfather, an immigrant from Swatow in China, married Chinese steamboat and Malay satay when he founded the stall in the Orchard Road area in the 1930s. The current stall offers a range of fresh ingredients but the most popular are seafood items such as cockles, fish, prawns and oysters. The reason the satay gravy is not as sweet as the normal variety is that it makes for a better match with the seafood.

    btw, i remeber seeing tis shop along telok blangah road.. izzit laksa steamboat or satay steamboat..

    its located beside a church


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    Wah seh, this thread reminds me of my trip to Malacca. I remembered I wallop almost 20 sticks of "hum".....
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    Tian Fu steamboat @ tanjong katong

    still ard ma ?

    someone pls verify



    http://www.cdl.com.sg/cdl2.nsf/suppo...ne_orchid.shtm

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    Step into Palm's Asian Brasserie for a hearty steamboat meal featuring more than 80 varieties of steamboat items. The all new Orchid Deluxe Steamboat offers diners the choice of dipping into a unique Porridge or Satay Sauce. Expect to enjoy only the freshest of seafood and meats. Besides the sumptuous steamboat variety, the buffet also offers a great selection of hot entrees, roast meat, and desserts
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    Quote Originally Posted by acara View Post

    btw, i remeber seeing tis shop along telok blangah road.. izzit laksa steamboat or satay steamboat..

    its located beside a church

    That one is laksa steamboat.

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    Been to one at Changi Village but that was a few years back.

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    think got one along East Coast, near Siglap Shopping Centre
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    Jul..

    u mean the one near the cheesecake shop de ?

    i thought close down long time le


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    TANGLIN (TONG HUAT) SEAFOOD SATAY STEAMBOAT
    Block 79 Circuit Road #01-532 Circuit Road Food Centre Tel: 6748-0165 Opening hours 5 - 11.30pm; closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays Price Each dish of dipping items at $3, $5 or $6

    i cud hv sworn i seen a similar stall at Kallang Airport...

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    I think acara meant this one?

    Paradise On Earth Steamboat Buffet (天府大锅小厨)
    200 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 436998
    Tel: 63459272
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    Quote Originally Posted by Choon_Lye View Post
    Been to one at Changi Village but that was a few years back.
    Dis one close shop already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acara View Post
    Jul..

    u mean the one near the cheesecake shop de ?

    i thought close down long time le

    cheesecake shop? dun think so leh...
    haven't passed by for some time le
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    Quote Originally Posted by apollo View Post
    check....

    Melacca Satay Celup
    ADDRESS
    #01-509, 123 Yishun Street 11
    Singapore 760123
    Region: Yishun


    RESERVATIONS
    93885288

    not sure if still exist...

    http://www.yum.sg/restaurants/melacca_satay_celup/

    http://www.moblog.com.sg/blogger/blo...C-3C2A76F492B3
    i called the number
    the uncle told me they no longer sell melacca satay celup (except if order as part of a buffet) and he says that he dun think can eat that anywhere else, other than in Malacca

    he also says the ones out there now are Lup Lup, which is the type that cook in soup/water and dip in sauce
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