Ann, 46 runs the family food stall for over 10 years in Tanglin Halt hawker centre. Serving halal food for over a decade in the same place, Ann has integrated her dishes to suit the taste buds of Queenstown residents, especially the Malay community. The simple food stall offers snacks such as satay, otah and seafood dishes. As a family styled business, she gets her supply of fresh satay from her uncle every day. Even the helpers in her stall are her relatives, working together in a closely knitted family unit.
A plate of Satay
There are 3 main types of satays – chicken, mutton and beef. Going at 60 cents per stick, it is slightly pricier than the usual hawker centre satay. The satay is served with chilli peanut sauce, cucumbers, onions and rice cake (50cents per piece). Each satay stick is skewered with sizable pieces of meat and a tiny layer of fat in between. The meat is juicy and succulent with a hint of aromatic Malay spices. Fairly well cooked, the satay goes well with the peanut paste sauce with has just the right level of thickness.
Next time when you drop by Tanglin Halt hawker centre, feel free to drop by Ann’s Muslim Seafood Satay stall
Tanglin Halt Muslim Seafood Satay
Snacks Attack #12 - Tanglin Halt Muslim Seafood Satay
Address: Tanglin Halt Hawker Centre Commonwealth Drive Block 2A #01-22
Opening Hours: 5pm-12am (Closed on Wednesdays)