The Original Satay Celup: Capitol Satay, Melaka

What, a bunch of bread and cucumbers in a dish? What could this possibly be? And more interestingly, what could be so powerful such that I’d have my 1st day Chinese New Year and Valentine’s supper to be so far out from home?


It’s Capitol Satay’s original Satay Celup, that’s what! My first time here, with Joanne Kay and her ex giving me a tour in this fine place. We had to queue up in a pretty long line, even at 12am!


Some of the selection they have over there. It’s a strictly no take-away place, so unfortunate for my sisters who were in Seremban :p


They’ve also made sure that all imposters are known as that; imposters. Interesting huh?


I guess pride has got something to do with it. 3rd generation somemore, I guess this place lasted longer than you and I both combined!


I guess in the end what makes this place attractive is the galore of ingredients they have, and at such an affordable price too!


Which explains the queue. But I guess it’s worth it la ๐Ÿ™‚


Some of our chosen food stuff.. taken for 3 people!


Oh and the coconut is a must! Cool down the stomach ey? ๐Ÿ˜‰


The sauce made fresh, not what you would usually find elsewhere!


So THAT’S what the bread and cucumber is for. Yums!


Shit I could go hungry over and over again looking at this!


A definite must try though; take the meat balls with fillings. It’s juicy inside, especially great when piping hot ๐Ÿ˜‰


Restoran Capitol Satay, a must try when you’re down in Melaka. Don’t be put off by the queue, it’s something you’d want to give a try at least once in your lifetime. Other satay celup places are available as well, I’ll update this post when I’ve more time.

Until then, catch up with you guys later ๐Ÿ˜‰

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