Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Two Monkeys

Two Monkeys is working to establish itself as a "satay bar" _ a cool concept except that it specializes in mocktails more than cocktails.

Chilli lime chicken satay. Tender and flavourful, but its price tag seemed steep. Each satay platter costs between RM8 and RM18 for a few sticks.

Mixed seafood satay. Succulent scallops, prawns and squid.

Beef, mushroom and cheese satay. Also very nicely done, but we wondered why all the satay came with a side of mayonnaise and none with peanut sauce.

Mint Bits Juice and Coconut Rush Latte.

Two Monkeys Satay Bar,
Jaya One.

1 comment:

  1. The "satays" you find at Two Monkeys Cafe are called such due to the wooden sticks put through the meat 'satay style'. They are essentialy skewers with a marinade different from the local satay or did that escape your attention. Hence why they are served and best experienced with garlic mayonnaise instead of peanut sauce. Having dined there numerous times, the food is always perfectly cooked and served. I personally find the price reasonable. Besides, if you want good food you fork out the money for it.