Satok is not only about Sunday Market that happens on the weekends. The night food stalls along Jalan Satok is an everyday thing.

If you are looking for Malay food… this is the place! The place opens for business around 5pm when it’s not too warm for people to eat outdoors.

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satok

Most of the stalls sell almost the same food with variation of Malay/Pattaya (Thai) or even Hainan nasi ayam (chicken rice), mee goreng (fried noodle), nasi goreng (fried rice), satay, sup tulang (ox tail soup), sup kambing (lamb soup), etc.

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satok

The food are delicious just don’t mind the bustling traffic by your table side 😉

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