Seattle >Food & Dining > Malay Satay Hut
212 12th Ave S, Seattle, WA | Directions 9814447.600336 -122.317015
Neighborhoods: Central, Central Seattle, Atlantic
Great Food – Good Food...........Great Roti...................................More Quantity......Nice Food ...............Great Area Bellevue instead of China Town
I prefer to cook at home – Dining out is great. I also like to cook at home. I get all the ingredient on-line from www.asiansupermarket365
Also not sure what has changed.. – I've been a regular here for 6 years. Since it burned down and re-built something HAS become different. It used to be my favortie for comfort food, service, and quality; now I find all three lacking. The one reviewer who mentioned that the Owner spends time at the Redmond location may be right~ maybe that's why it's not as good, and the service has deteriorated. The green beans were greasy, the fish was really fishy, and even the roti wasn't soft and palatable this time. I don't think we finished anything we ordered. The only thing that I did still enjoy was the curry dip for the roti. I asked for a side of rice and poured it over the top. I'm not a squeamish eater, so I would have to say that the fish should NOT have tasted like that at all. I have another beef as well~ they sent out "fliers" that they now deliver, yet EVERY time I have called for delivery, they aren't delivering. Don't advertise something you're not good at is my advice. I know I'll go back agian, but not for a while.
wonderful and unique – A real treat- distinctly foreign, and very delicious. The pictures on the menu encourage you to try new things and I've never been disappointed.
AWEFUL! – This used to be my favorite place to have Southeast Asian food. The food quality now is aweful and the food taste like cheap Asian food that can be found at the malls.
Overrated – I went to their chinatown location and their food is sub-par. Service is fast but unfriendly. Found a much better restaurant in Indo Cafe (near Northgate Mall) to satisfy my cravings for Malaysian/Indonesian food.
good food & friendly service – Where else can you get Malaysian food in Seattle? Can't go wrong with anything you order here. Try to show up early...as always, parking's a mess.
good food but abysmal and rude service – I have been going to this restaurant for about 6 years and find the food to be good but the service has become abysmal since the owner moved to the second restaurant in Redmond. The last time I was in there I canceled my order and walked out as the waitress was so rude. I will be looking for an alternate where my business is appreciated or visit the Redmond sister restaurant.
Great Food at a great price – Great fusion of Chinese, Thai and Indian cuisine. While some Malay food is spicy they also have dishes that can please most palates. The chow kueh teow and papaya and tofu salad are some of my favorite on the menu. Most items on the menu are under $10. This is one of my favorite places to go in Seattle
Try this for something different – It was good to see such a huge menu with many different choices. Where I sat there was a cold draft blowing down on me from above which was annoying. The wait for the appetizers and the orders was slightly long, approx. 15 minutes. The staff was friendly though, our friends brought a cute little baby with them and the staff came over and talked to her and smiled and was very nice to us. I would say go there if you want something different like I did, especially if you are hungry for Chinese but want a slightly different approach to it. I had the Buddhist Yam pot and liked it.
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