During my holiday in Bandung, I had tasted satay kambing which was tender, juicy yet full of aroma. I noticed that most of the tables are filled with plates of satay. Since it was my main intention to try the satay there and still have doubt on the taste, for a start I order five sticks only .Within 10 minutes, a plate of mutton satay arrived on my table. I like the tasty dipping sauce made of dark & light soya sauce, blended red chilies, pounded peanuts with slices of big onions and cucumber. The mutton meat was tastless and quite hard, thus have difficulty to chew. Strongly not recommended.
ingredients for the dipping sauce which is more suitable eaten with ikan bakar
Disappointed over the satay (with left over of 2 sticks), our eyes turned to the stall which sells rice and dishes. Again, feeling 'doubt', we opted for a small portion of white rice, a piece of curry chicken and ulam. Amazingly, the gravy was absolutely thick enough and delicious. Not forgetting the crunchy greens.
more side dishes
We wanted to try other side dishes but the crowd gets bigger and decided to call it a day.