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Zaiton Satay

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Zaiton Satay serves the famous Thai cuisine made by cubes of marinated beef, chicken, lamb, and fish which is dipped in sauce that has strong peanut aroma and the red tinge that gives you clue about its spiciness. It opens at 8:00 am to 9:00 pm daily.

Mon - Sun: 08:00 - 21:00

+65 97556701
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Great!!

Went there for dinner over the weekends...a little crowded but worth the wait..Juicy, tasty and da gravy was awesome!! Spicy and sweet in moderation...brilliant!!

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Went there for dinner over the weekends...a little crowded but worth the wait..Juicy, tasty and da gravy was awesome!! Spicy and sweet in moderation...brilliant!!
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