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Thursday, 13 September 2018

Pork And Chicken Satay In Kampung Simee, Ipoh.

A friend was in Ipoh, so we decided to take our friend out for dinner in Lawan Kuda. We started out early because it will take us about half an hour or more to reach Lawan Kuda if the traffic is smooth.
 This picture was taken at about 6.10 pm.


   All the way from Ipoh, the drive was smooth with light traffic until just before reaching the RTC Gopeng area.
  I suppose it was due to the many cars leaving Ipoh after the long weekend holidays. Since we were almost reaching our destination, we endured the slow moving traffic. It took us almost double the time to reach Lawan Kuda due to the rain and traffic congestion.
 The sky cleared at about 7.00 pm.
 We took our time to enjoy our dinner. I didn't take any picture because I have posted about this place a few times.
 On our way back to Ipoh, a friend mentioned about the pork satay in Kampung Simee. We were keen to try out the satay so we googled to check out the location.
Another fence for joining Good Fences.
 We used the Waze app to direct us to the exact location.
It is just beside this Chung Tuck Chinese School Hall.
You won't miss this uncle fanning the bbq stove in front of this corner house.
Time for some photo shots.
We noticed that many ordered the satay through the phone and collect them later when they are ready.
 Four plates of satay sauce, no need to share. 
 We ordered 10 sticks of pork and 10 sticks of chicken satay.
Then we added 5 more sticks of "fun cheong" or pork intestine.
 A plate of satay with sliced cucumbers and cut big onions. 
 Sweet and spicy thick peanut sauce for dipping.
 My first stick of chicken satay dipped in peanut sauce.
The satay is selling at RM 0.90 per stick. 
If you are interested to try these satay, here is the location:
No. 407, Laluan Simee 5, Kampung Simee, Ipoh.
Tel: 016-517 8077,  016-540 4777.
Linking to Good Fences.

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44 comments:

  1. Even a cloudy sky can be beautiful Right now I have for lunch cabbage casserole - not exotic and as pretty as your portions :)

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  2. But delicious. I will have potato pancakes for dinner. They are also tasty.

    I send greetings from far away Poland.
    Lucja

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    1. Thank you, Lucja! I would love to taste potato pancakes.

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  3. lawan kuda sounds quite a distance from your place. The satay looks good.

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  4. Hello, We have had some cloudy rainy days. The food does look delicious. Have a happy day!

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  5. Lovely shots on the drive and skies! Nice corner eatery and spicy dishes.

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  6. ...the rain looks mighty good after our dry summer.

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  7. Looks perfect for this grey rainy day!! I love this one green mountain (or foothill?) that jut seems to pop up out of nowhere.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! We are surrounded by limestone hills.

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  8. Incredible shots of those clouds in the sky. The food looks delicious!

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  9. One question Nancy, what is Satay? See ya later my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. It is pieces of meat on skewers, bbq and eaten with spicy sweet peanut sauce.

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  10. I love satay and pork satay in particular, I love those with the grilled fats, yum, heavenly

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    1. Thank you, Libby! I seldom get to eat pork satay.

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  11. Lots of traffic makes things so awful sometimes. We have horrible traffic here too.

    I love the food you posted. I'll have one of each.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  12. Would they do a vegetable satay? It does look good.

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  13. It's nice to see people cooking out of doors as you pass by. Very interesting. Have a good weekend Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, dear! Also nice to enjoy the food under the open sky!

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  14. Beautiful sky shots ~ and what delicious looking food! Yum! ^_^

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores

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  15. Oh my... another reason for me to visit Ipoh soon. The sauce looks a bit diluted, but the having intestines satay is a big plus for me.

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