We were too late to try out the famous An Pang Yong Tau Foo stall, so we decided to go try satay (sate) in Kajang. There were a few stalls with good reviews, and we opted for one located in a pit stop along the highway.
Business must be good enough for the stall to have its own dedicated air-conditioned dining area. We decided to try one of each of the seven available types of satay, which included Fish, Chicken, Beef, Mutton, Rabbit, Chicken Heart and Liver (Total expense RM10.60).
We had to wait a while for the satay, resulting in a rather cooled peanut sauce. However, the sweetened satay were not bad, and adding sambal to the peanut sauce gave it an additional kick!
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