Satay Malaysia (CLOSED)
Time Out says
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Please note, this venue is now closed. Time Out Food & Drink editors, May 2016.
There are more than 120 dishes on the menu at this small, friendly Chinese-Malay restaurant, so perhaps it’s not surprising that the cooking can be slightly patchy. Beef satay had a fine and appetising flavour but the accompanying peanut sauce was too sweet and sticky. A generous portion of sambol prawns in a sweet chilli sauce went down well, as did sayur lemak (spinach in coconut sauce). Our favourite dish was shien ba: tender aromatic pork in soy sauce gravy, but the pa tai mee (stir-fried noodles) was distinctly dull. Nonetheless, banana fritters with ice-cream and golden syrup rounded off the meal nicely. A homely and hospitable eaterie, Satay Malaysia makes for a relaxed venue offering good-value grub.
10 Crouch End Hill
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