The charcoal-grilled satay ($0.50 per stick, minimum of ten sticks) at Warong Sudi Mampir is smoky, not too sweet and is marinated lightly so you can still taste the flavour of the meat.
The rich and creamy chunky satay sauce also reins in the sweetness. The soft, yet firm compact ketupat (rice cake) in the sauce melts in your mouth.
Their chicken satay uses breast meat which can be a tad dry, and Warong also serves hati (liver) and babat (tripe) – both beef – but their mutton satay is definitely the star here.
This place is halal-certified.
Warong Sudi Mampir
Opening hours: Mon, Tue & Fri 10.30am - 7pm;
Sat & Sun 10.30am - 5pm