Welcome back to KL!
You look so different now! Perhaps staying in Burberryland has preppified you.
And that little accent.
Well, who can blame you? It's been almost six years since you touched down at Heathrow to further your study while I traveled south to work in a factory.
You must be feeling jetlagged right now but we have no time to waste. We are hungry and in need of some real Malaysian food. Kudos to Toni and Wan for the great suggestion.
The dipping is nice, isn't it? A rich, dense and sweet peanut sauce, complete with tiny, nutty bits. And that spicy sambal topping to perk up the tastebuds. The hungry us keep on stirring and tasting the mixture. Just like how I think our conversation is going.
The sides; typical nasi impit and cucumber. Are you surprised that I actually take pictures of the food? Well, I'm a food blogger now. Don't be afraid. I am still me. Nothing has changed except an expanding waistline and larger eye bags. When I'm gone, the other two will surely bitch about it. The waitings, the interruptions, the comments. But they are still cool. We are still cool.
When was the last time you had satay? Heck, I should ask myself that question too. When was the last time Robbie Williams had a real great hit? The colours look good, don't you agree? Unlike those we had before. With a bowl of the sauce in hand, we are ready.
The Beef Satay is tender and juicy. A rather generous cut, I’d say. The sweetness of the marinate’s just right for me. Nicely spiced too. The slightly charred edges indicate that the grilling process is well-controlled. Dipping is optional at this point.
Have you noticed something different? The Chicken Satay consists of only lean meat. Do we ever get this kind of proportion anymore? Similar to the beef version, the meat is tender while the marinate is again, sweet. Syiok!
I’m heading south again in a few hours. We still have so much updating to be done. On your new projects, your life, your newfound interests. Well, your weekend friend will be back soon and hopefully, we’ll do that over dim sum at Jalan Ipoh. Just like those days, after grooving to those Ghetto beats. Or Bronx? Like I know the difference, haha!
Great seeing you again!
But we couldn't make it for the dim sum.
And yesterday’s Oscar reminded me of you again lar, batcha.
Wishing you success in your career!
Restoran Sate Kajang Hj. Samuri
Lot 1,2,3, Tingkat Bawah & Tingkat 2
Bangunan Dato' Nazir, Jalan Kelab
43000 Kajang, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: (+603) 8737 1853