After recently arriving back from a brief trip to Hong Kong and Japan I am filled with many culinary stories most good, some bad and a couple of very odd experiences. But first to focus upon the good.
On our second evening in
Suffering from mild jet lag (one of us had traveled from the
Once the food arrived our mouths began watering. The chicken satay came on sticks with perfect bite sized portions of meat that we covered with the delicious satay dipping sauce.
The chicken in pandan leaves were just as good, the meat was moist and infused with the flavour of the leaves. Unwrapping them proved to be a little dangerous and messy, just need to watch out for the exiting steam from these little parcels.
For me however the winner of the night was the Fried Kway Teow, we were given a very generous serving heaped with fresh prawns and chunks of Chinese sausage, this coupled with crunchy bean shoots left me begging for more. It was simply divine.
All in all our first culinary adventure in Asia was deemed a success, the food was great, we ended up paying under $20 AUD and although the staff were a bit too attentive with the tendency to hover over us we had a great night out.
Place: Good Satay
Did we have a great time? Yes
Would you go again? If we find ourselves back in
Recommended? Of course!