Kajang is the very epicentre for satay. Aficionados will agree that though quality barbecued meat on stick can be found almost anywhere these days, there is still something special about satay made in Kajang. Whether it is the sauce, marinade or the size of the satay itself, many foodies will agree that it is worth making the trip to the locale to try out the local speciality. Here are three recommended satay joints if you are in Kajang.

Sate Kajang Haji Samuri Restaurant – Lot 1, 2 & 3, Tingkat Bawah & Tingkat 2, Bangunan Dato’ Nazir, Jalan Kelab, 43000 Kajang, Selangor Darul Ehsan.

The granddaddy of Kajang satay joints, Haji Samuri has been in operation since the 1980s. While it now operates as a franchise, many satay lovers still insist that the skewers charcoal grilled at its Kajang HQ still taste the best. Famed for its sambal-infused peanut sauce, satay fans also rave about the chunky portions served up here.

Willy Satay – Jalan Rmal 1, Taman Ramal Indah, 43000 Kajang.

Many foodies love the smoky flavours of this place. Willy’s satay is famed for its deeply satisfying marinade that imbue its skewers with a rich flavour. Portions are also suitably thick and chunky for fans who really love the simple authenticity of meat on a stick.

Nyok Lan Kajang Satay (Restoran Malaysia) – No. 31, Jalan Semenyih, 43000 Kajang.

For those who want a little less of a guilt trip when gorging on satay should check this Chinese-owned satay stall. Its uniqueness lie in the fact the proprietors only use lean chicken meat for its satay, giving it a less oily and fatty texture. Its robust flavour comes from its age old marinade recipe which give each stick real oomph.

Are you a satay lover and want to be close to the action? Property prices in Kajang itself have been skyrocketing of late driving satay-loving investors to look at nearby Semenyih.

A great development that has been attracting a lot of interest is Hiijauan Broga, a development by HCK Capital Group. Part of its education cities series, the development is situated next to popular hiking trail of Broga Hill and just a short drive away from the above satay hot spots.

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