Our saté is cooked over a grill using coconut shell briquettes.They burn hotter and cleaner than normal charcoal — changing the cooking process and flavor.
We use two custom-made grills, one of them is strictly Halal. Please let your server know at the time of your ordering.
Here you will find Malaysia's national dish, nasi lemak stuffed with coconut rice, crispy anchovies, and a hard-boiled egg.
Sate Kampar is one of the hottest restaurants in Philly right now. Since its opening this summer, it has gotten tons of attention from reviewers, most of them raving about the exciting and different cuisine it brings to the Italian-dominated neighborhood.
The owners, John and Angelina Branca, hail from the Malaysian town of Kampar and are first-time restaurant owners who wanted to bring an authentic taste of their culture to Philadelphia.
Ange strives to bring the flavors of home to fellow Malaysians abroad and introduce the cuisine to the public. Saté Kampar may have opened recently, but the idea itself has been a dream of Ange’s for years. Before living abroad, Ange lived in Kampar and Kuala Lumpur (KL), where she experienced multiculturalism at a young age through small everyday things such as the old nasi lemak seller, the milk delivery man to the rubber tappers in nearby rubber estates. The next few years consisted of her moving away for university in Scotland, then back to her hometown for a brief period before being posted away to the States for work.
There she steadily rose in the ranks to become a successful career woman in no time. However, after a few years she made a bold move to trade in her comfortable corporate job to pursue her passion for Malaysian food. Ange has this to say about her corporate life: "When you’re spending 110 percent of your life meeting corporate goals, it makes one wonder, what [defines] you".
1837 E Passyunk Ave,
Mon : 5:00pm-10:00pm
Tue : Closed
Wed,Thur : 5:00pm-10:00pm
Fri : 5:00pm-12:00am
Sat : 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-12:00am
Sun : 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00am