Saturday, September 24, 2011

Before heading back home to KL, we stopped by this place for the popular satay celup (a Malacca adaptation of satay steamboat)!

The place was empty when we got there, but it wasn't dinner time yet.

One of the must-try local fares in Malacca is satay celup. So I brought my mom here as she was uninitiated about what exactly satay celup was.

Well, it's like buffet steamboat except that the satay-style food is dipped in a pot of boiling sauce similar to the peanut satay sauce but having a different variety of ingredients including herbs and spices.

There was a wide variety of raw and semi-cooked seafood, meat (including raw meat) and vegetables skewered on wooden sticks in a refrigerator.

We proceeded to take the skewers of food and dipped into the satay sauce!

The thick, spicy, hot peanut satay sauce

There are many satay celup shops in Malacca but I've only tried the satay celup here, twice so far and have really enjoyed it both times. Somebody please bring satay celup to KL!

Without doubt, a visit to Malacca would be incomplete without tasting the chicken rice balls, durian cendol, icy white coffee and satay celup. Smiley

We spent 2 days 1 night in Malacca and yeah, I took so many pictures! If you missed it, check out more pictures from A'Famosa Resort in Alor Gajah...

* The place we stayed at in A'Famosa Resort.

* In a safari truck, it was sure one wild adventure!

* The interesting animal shows that certainly impressed me

* The crazy, dangerous stunts performed by those brave warriors!

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Bluedreamer said... @ 24/9/11 6:41 AM

good morning

Bluedreamer said... @ 24/9/11 6:44 AM

at first I thought it's our Dinuguan, it is a Filipino savory stew of blood and meat ...

Bluedreamer said... @ 24/9/11 6:46 AM

it loos really great to me... oh and I saw my favorite Okra on the plate yum yum

Monica said... @ 24/9/11 7:03 AM

Morning BD!

Monica said... @ 24/9/11 7:04 AM

blood and meat? =-O =-O

Monica said... @ 24/9/11 7:04 AM

haha..I love okra too!

Bill said... @ 24/9/11 7:39 AM

Hola Hola Monica 8-)

Bill said... @ 24/9/11 7:44 AM

Wow i have never heard of that before . It looks a little like fondue. I bet it taste good though. Does the sauce cook the food when you dip it into it?

LadyJava said... @ 24/9/11 10:48 AM

:* :*

LadyJava said... @ 24/9/11 10:51 AM

oh never heard of satay celup b4 Mon. the ones i see is that yong tau fu items on the stick also..

Caroline Ng said... @ 24/9/11 11:49 AM

:-P :-P :-P

Caroline Ng said... @ 24/9/11 11:51 AM

yummy satay celup!! =-O =-O

Caroline Ng said... @ 24/9/11 11:51 AM

yea yea its a must to eat when visit Melaka! hohoho! wonderful short trip u got thr dearie! :-D :-D

Caroline Ng said... @ 24/9/11 11:52 AM

enjoy ur weekend dearie! :* :*

Hitesh said... @ 24/9/11 3:43 PM

eeewwwwwwwwww............. wat are those things on the left of the pic???

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:26 AM

:* :* :* :*

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:27 AM

Morning Monica, rise and shine! :-D :-D :-D

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:28 AM

Morning Monica, rise and shine! :-D :-D :-D

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:29 AM

Actually, I've never had satay celup before... =-X =-X =-X

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:30 AM

So like kuah satay yeah? Yum yum! Maybe can try one day! :* :* :*

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:30 AM

Melaka sounds so yummy and interesting from your eyes, thanks for the trip! :* :* :*

Mariuca said... @ 25/9/11 5:30 AM

Happy Sunday sweetie! 8-) 8-) 8-)

foongpc said... @ 25/9/11 1:16 PM

Yummy! I want satay celup!! :)

foongpc said... @ 25/9/11 1:22 PM

I always like the peanut sauce - so yummy!! :)

foongpc said... @ 25/9/11 1:22 PM

So this is the last of your posts on Melaka trip? :)

ayie said... @ 26/9/11 7:46 AM

Hi Mon! Oh dear i haven't been around for so long!

How are you?

I like satays and can't get enoug of it.

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