Satay by the Bay

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Satay by the bay is located right between Gardens by the Bay and Marina Barrage. It has a Food Court setup that is surrounded by lush greenery before a beautiful waterfront. The eating pavilions area are naturally ventilated by sea breezes and big ceiling fans.

18 Marina Gardens Drive
(Satay By The Bay)
Singapore 018953

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11:00am - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

The Signature Claypot Chicken ($6.80) comes as individual portions of claypot rice packed with burnt rice around the edges, plump and succulent chunks of chicken, chinese sausage and bits of salted fish to cut through.

Do expect to wait for about 20-25 minutes upon ordering as each pot is made upon order and served to you in a hot pipping pot.
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(10 sticks for $7) he says it is much better than my old kallang airport hawker one which was too chaotah the last time we ate and with not much meat (and he claims that boon lay's satay is way better than kallang airport hahaha). Has anyone tried all the stalls in satay by the bay before? Which is the best? (They are all priced the same!) We have so far only tried the 2 Chinese stalls but since we tried it so far apart we can't do any comparison.

We also had some kuehpietee because someone was hungry (and almost wanted to order a plate of hokkien Mee) (this was after we had our picnic at barrage with 9pcs burger King chicken nuggets, 2 pcs Krispy Kreme donut, just dough's curry chicken bun and a LARGE cup of liho roasted black wonder I'm not losing my weight as intended but gaining instead (because I also FOMO. I see him eat I also wana eat haha)😏) #sataybythebaysg #sataybythebay #burpple #burpplesg

Popped by for a meal after a photoshoot and this place didn’t disappoint! My friends and I were expecting high prices and subpar food since this is a touristy area, but the dishes here like the satay (70 cents a stick), the chicken wings, stingray and vegetables were surprisingly yummy. Good for a day out with friends and family and you can walk off all your calories later

From Marina Bay Live Seafood.

Gotta try something salted egg for our tourist white friend who’s never heard of salted egg before.

Would think there could be more creamy or saucey umami to this but overall average fried pork chop. Thankfully not too dried out meat ☺️



From Marina Live Seafood and Steamboat. Nicely presented crispy noodles with fresh seafood. Not bad.


The satays were leaning towards the sweet note, and the peanut sauce was a tad too diluted. Not too shabby, but not my personal favourite as well. They have a few options of meat: mutton, pork, chicken, and beef. There are several vendors selling satays here — not sure which one is the best.