46-01 Kissena Blvd (Holly Str)
Flushing, NY 11355
|So Jelly Bao has been telling me about a bunch of really good places to eat, so i figured i'd thank her by taking her to one of the places i like to eat at. Though this was a little difficult as Jelly has eaten at a lot of restaurants that i like/have eaten at...so to surprise her...was a tad bit difficult...but sure enough i had this place in mind. WOOT!|
|Hainanese Chicken: a reader had seen my review on the place and had urged me to try the Hainanese Chicken at Satay. I honestly didn't even know that Hainanese Chicken was served at Satay. It was pretty good. (not the best i've had, but pretty good. Best is still a fight between Sentosa, Penang Elmhurst, and Taste Good.) (one thing to definitely note, the cook's blade isn't sharp enough. Instead of cutting/chopping through the chicken bone, it's shattering it [usually cause the blade is dull]...which is a little annoying as you'll have a lot of bone shards to spit out.)|
|Malaysian Cheung Fun: Whenever i go to Satay, this is a MUST GET dish for me. I feel they do this dish sooooo freaking well...the mixture of sauce, the deep fried egg on top is always amazing and there's a small tiny portion that has spicy sauce, so if you want you can always kick it up a notch. I highly recommend this dish. (i have yet to find this dish at other Malaysian Restaurants...lol)|
|Sarang Burung: Quite the common dish to order at a Malaysian Restaurant. I feel so far, this restaurant has the best rendition of this dish i've had before. The taro is always cooked perfectly crispy on the outside and warm and gooey and welcoming inside. |
|Sizzling Tofu and Ground Pork: another staple dish thats almost always ordered at Malaysian restaurants, i feel this one and the one at Taste Good are great competitors of flavor and richness...however, Taste Good always win cause of their neat little trick of perfectly cooked egg on the underside.|
|Summation: I always love it when people come eat with me and let me choose the place and pick the food...I get to order everything i'm in the mood for *greedy laughter* |
best part? LEFTOVERS TO BRING TO WORK THE NEXT DAY! WOO HOO!!!
Ultimately, Satay is still really good, and i do highly recommend feasting there. The Malaysian Cheung Fun is a MUST GET!
| ||Posted 10/15/2012 12:28 AM - 259 Views - 8 eProps - 6 comments|
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