Satay delivery in Singapore
When it comes to planning side dishes for parties or gatherings, satay makes for an easy crowd-pleaser. Served in bulk with peanut sauce on the side, as well as cucumber and onions, a platter easily feeds a group. If you’re thinking of ordering some for any of your upcoming home gatherings, here are 8 satay delivery options in Singapore to choose from, including halal satay sellers.
1. Opah Satay
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Opah Satay has been around since 1947, serving up halal-certified satay to the masses. You can order a platter of 45 satay, mixing prawn, chicken, and mutton or beef, at $55.50, or 80 pieces of the same combination for $91. Alternatively, mix-and-match from the likes of chicken, mutton, beef, or tripe, priced at $4.25 for five sticks each. They also have barbecued prawn, though at $10 for five sticks.
Delivery comes with a minimum order of $50, while self-collection has no requirement. They also offer same-day delivery, with a cut-off time of 2pm on the day you’d like to receive your satay. Orders can be placed via their website below.
2. Haron Satay 55
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Those who frequent East Coast Lagoon Food Centre will be familiar with Haron Satay 55, one of the most popular stalls there. Instead of just sticks, you can order their Satay Bento, choosing from chicken, mutton, or beef. Each bento comes with stick-less satay meat, rice cakes, peanut sauce, cucumber, and onions. Alternatively, they also have a Satay Platter that feeds four to five for $42.90.
The stall offers delivery via Bungkus SG, a third-party channel. You can order their satay from the Haron Satay 55 Bungkus SG page. They are halal-certified too!
3. Kwong Satay
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Kwong Satay‘s legacy hails all the way back to 1960, when their founder peddled satay in Katong. Since then, they have expanded to running a flagship stall in Geylang, and now offer online delivery too for raw satay.
Their Hainanese-style satay marinade and sauce give the skewers a unique flavour. Choose from pork belly, pork loin, chicken, mutton or beef, with prices starting at $0.30 a stick. Delivery requires a minimum of 200 sticks, and orders must be made 48 hours in advance. Order via the Kwong Satay order form.
4. Jumain Sataysfaction
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As one of the OG satay stalls in Singapore, Jumain Sataysfaction was started by a Javanese immigrant in 1910. These days, they sell raw and cooked satay, also available frozen for both, all for delivery.
Choose from cooked chicken, beef, tripe, or mutton, sold at $0.80 per stick, with a minimum order of 10 sticks per category. They also have baby octopus and prawn satay, priced at $2 per stick. Delivery is charged at $15 islandwide and is free when you spend above $150. Do order one day in advance.
Place your orders via WhatsApp at 8940 1068, or on the Jumain Sataysfaction online store.
5. Just Lazzat
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Just Lazzat is a halal-certified online store that sells fried delights such as Pisang Goreng Nuggets ($2.50 for 100g), Keledek ($2.50 for 3 pieces), Otah Otah Popiah ($2.50), as well as Chunky Satay ($0.90 per stick). You can choose from chicken, beef, mutton, or tripe, and each skewer has a generous 23g of meat.
Orders can be made via call or WhatsApp to 9763 9917, or emailing email@example.com.
6. City Satay
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City Satay sells a variety of grilled meats, sold raw or cooked. For cooked options, you get the straightforward choice of Grilled Pork Belly ($12 for 10 sticks), but if you enjoy DIY, the same pork satay goes for just $8.50 for 10 sticks when raw.
Apart from satay, the online store also sells yakitori, otah, and chicken wings. Order via the City Satay online store. Delivery is free with a minimum order of $80.
7. Lee Wee & Brothers
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Halal-certified Nyonya otah makers Lee Wee & Brothers also offer satay delivery for their selection of barbecued skewers. Prices start at $0.65 per stick if you order chicken, mutton, or beef, cooked. For this option, there is a minimum order of 30 sticks. They also sell raw satay for $0.60 per stick, though orders come in a packet of 50.
Delivery slots are hourly till 5pm on weekdays, and 6pm on weekends and public holidays, with surcharges for deliveries before 9am. Delivery is priced by location, but you can order more than $107 for free delivery. Place your order on their website below.
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If you’re raring to feed a crowd, EZBBQ sells sets of 30 sticks for their satay, in chicken ($19.50), mutton ($22.50), or beef ($22.50). Ordering before 4pm entitles you to same day delivery, which is convenient if you’re hosting dinner or supper for friends and family. There is a minimum purchase of $39 for home delivery, and a flat delivery charge of $4.90 islandwide.
You can order on the EZBBQ website below.
Satay delivery in Singapore for gatherings
Now that we’re able to host more people at home, we’re thankful for these stalls with satay delivery in Singapore as they offer quick, simple bites that will please a crowd.