Wednesday, January 21, 2015

O'Mulia Stay Bakar(猛火炭烧沙爹)- "The Best Satay in the Universe"~Dato Kee Hua Chee


Restoran 'O' Mulia, serves the best Satay in this side of the observable universe, as always claimed by Dato Kee Hua Chee
Satay Ayam, Satay Daging, and even Stay Hati! Well, if you don't like Stay they serve Chicken Chop and steak as well
Serious men behind hot grill always look great
We have to thank them and feel grateful, for the Satay
Crowded, as usual
Yes, it is located just beside Menara Celcom, photo to prove!
Perhaps Ernest Zacharevic can lend his hand with this, for a nice mural wall painting
There were chicken skins in between the chicken pieces, burnt and caramelised under the charcoal
What's different at O'Mulia is the fact that their satay are nice large chunks
You must have the chunky satays with peanut sauce generously served by O'Mulia in a big bowl with smaller individual bowls so everyone can have their own savoury peanut pond. A tiny bowl of chilli paste is also served for those who prefer a bit more kick to to their satays.
Many loyal customers like Dato Kee Hua Chee swear by this place claiming that it is better, if not as good as Sate Kajang
Taste wise it was undoubtedly satisfying and you could really feel the fleshiness of the satay here

The best Satay where people in Kajang will come all the way to 'O' Mulia for it's Satay

The satay was served with ketupat(which is out of stock!), sliced cucumber and onions

'O' Mulia staff puts on a flaming show while grilling the meat skewers
Business was brisk and the workers were grilling away to fulfill the orders that kept piling in. As you can see the flame is very strong compared to the other stalls where a slow grill method is usually employed
O Mulia Satay
300-1, Jalan Tun Razak
Kuala Lumpur

Tel No: 019-371 3639

(Halal. Open from 5-11.30pm, closed on Sundays. Each stick is RM1.60)
For more info, please visit http://www.omulia.com/
The satay place has been at the same spot for 47 years and currently, the captain at the helm is Pakcik Othman who took over from his parents.