Saté Kampar
Malaysian skewers & more in casual digs
Malaysian · East Passyunk Crossing · $$
"Careful preparation" , "unique flavors" and "love" go into the "succulent" satays and other "incredibly delicious" Malaysian fare served by the "personable" staff at this "beautifully renovated" Passyunk Square storefront; the "industrial-chic" surrounds have a "Malaysian street" aesthetic and BYOB keeps tabs relatively "cheap."
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hours Open Today · 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
location 1837 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148, USA phone +1 267-324-3860 website directions Get Directions
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It was my first time eating Malaysian food and I was very impressed. It was delicious food and their pulled tea was really good too. It seemed a little on the pricey side for the amount of food our group received; but we all enjoyed the food and would definitely go back.
Melissa Fehlinger · March 6, 2018
Another new gem in the crown that is the East Passyunk restaurant scene. I had never tried, nor did I really know anything about, Malaysian food until I went here for the first time last December. Fantastic staff, great food, and it's BYOB (though I went with the non-boozy options on the menu and was not disappointed). I happened to be there with local foodies who knew the owner and the venue well, which was a huge help in knowing what I was eating and even some of the history of the food styles. Do yourself a favor: get the Teh Tarik, aka the pulled milk tea. Half of the treat of that beverage is watching them make it. (Note: you have to go to their Facebook page to see the menu online.)
John Burke · March 13, 2018
Excellent food, good service,will definitely go back. The chef and the staff really make you feel like home! Loved talking to the chef about malayasian tradition, like eating with fingers out of banana leaves, tiffin, hand washer called kendi, and more.
Nisrin Dahodwala · February 11, 2018