Delightful! 10 places to taste...satay

Yelp Glasgow brings you a selection of places to taste Satay.

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Asia Style, 185 St Georges Road, Glasgow Charing Cross

Tom M "had a starter of Malaysian style pancake followed by a bowl of three roast meat noodles in lovely broth. The pancake comes with a delightful satay style sauce and the noodle broth and roast meats was a huge serving!"

Chaophraya, Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow City Centre

Michelle M raves "the chicken satay with its accompanying peanut sauce literally took me back to the hawker stalls in Singapore where I used to buy satay sticks to snack on. The peanut sauce was nicely flavoured and not overpowering."

Ho Wong, 82 York Street, Glasgow City Centre

Scott C sampled the business lunch and enjoyed "a wee bit of sweet n sour chicken and chicken satay as well as some noodles which went down nicely!"

The Lemon Tree, 119 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End

Craig H loves the "superbly named 'wonderful sauce'! I would agree it's wonderful - if you like satay you'll like this!"

Lychee Oriental, 59 Mitchell Street, Glasgow City Centre

For £12 you can dive into the mixed starter platter - BBQ ribs, beef satay, wontons, salt & pepper chicken wings and sesame prawn toast!

Opium, 191 Hope Street, Glasgow City Centre

Try the dim sum plates and make sure you order the satay won ton - chicken and king prawn dumplings with a satay sauce. Other delicious dim sum options include pork buns and spare ribs in black bean sauce.

Bar Soba, 116-122 Byres Road, Glasgow West End

This pan-Asian restaurant serves up some fun dishes. Stephanie B "shared an order of the chilli fries with satay sauce. Where else can you get chips or fries with any sort of peanut sauce?"

The Pacific, 562 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow West End

Gavin W says that "on tasting the Chicken Satay Skewers I would say beyond doubt that they were the best I've ever had, they had such a smooth, pleasant taste that even when I deliberately tried to ruin them with the inexplicable accompanying sweet chilli sauce they just tasted even better. How does that even work?"

Tao Southside, 162 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow Southside

"The chicken satay, consisting of three skewers of chicken breast in a sweet, nutty and tangy sauce is to die for. The prawn salt and chilli is amazing. The thin noodles super tasty and the rice not overly heavy," raves Joe P.

Thairiffic, 303 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City Centre

Gordon M "ordered Three Musketeers to start; a trio of satay chicken, Thai BBQ lamb & char-grilled pork, served with peanut & tamarind sauce. I love satay but had never tried lamb or pork, but oh my word it was delicious. The tamarind sauce had a nice kick to it without being too explosively hot and the meats were all cooked perfectly."

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