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Satay

Newcastle, Australia
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Satay

Hey guys , everyone's always talking about how good the Balinese satay is I'm just wondering is it only available as the sticks of meat or chicken with the sauce or can you get meals with like cut up chicken or beef with vegies and satay sauce all mixed together like a Chinese dish? Thanks

sydney australia
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1. Re: Satay

The standard way of serving is 6 sticks of meat - it is normally served on a little device that has hot charcoal in it so they keep cooking until you eat them.

A side of satay sauce comes with it

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3. Re: Satay

In bali satay means meat on sticks and the peanut sauce is served on the side

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4. Re: Satay

Definitely not like the Chinese version.

Cheers

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