Satay House

31101 Dequindre Rd, Madison Heights
(248) 588-1738

Recent Reviews

Pratik D.

This is one of go to place when I come to Sterling. Definitely try the indian me gorang and chicken radang.

Santos W

I admire this restaurant! They offer delicious meals, their menu is nice, The chief cook in that spot is an expert, I enjoy a lot trying all their dishes. The food is always of high class, the service towards the clients is helpful. I often go to this restaurant and I was never unsatisfied. I recommend it to all my friends.

Hari Meyyappan

The only Malaysian restaurant for the metro Detroit area. Roti Telur and most of the Malaysian noodles are great.

Manjula Jayawickrema

Have been to this place more than 20 times and they have never disappointed me with their food and service. Great food for a reasonable price.

Bryan Murphy

Yesterday was the first time in this restaurant. But It is surely not the last time. We enjoyed the evening a lot with the efficient service, with the excellent cuisine and booze and with the honest cost. We will no doubt visit there soon.

Alan N.

I just came back from KL last year, I thought I was back again when I stepped inside the restaurant. From the decor and to atmosphere were just like home. The food they serve were amazingly authentic. I spoke with the owner and he's from Malaysia. You want Malaysia street food this is the place. You won't be disappointed.

Lauren Fischer

So happy to have a local place to get some favorite dishes from home in Singapore! The roti canai was perfect, the curry served with it is super close to Singapore taste. Other favorites are char kuey teow and asam laksa. I order these every time we go!

Kelly H.

I was very happy that this place has opened for take out after being closed for months. The food was very good before closing. We ordered 4 dishes for to go... the food was okay, but looks like they are cooking all left over ingredient for one dish. The most disappointment was that they put the steaming hot food into the foam togo box right away! I regret that i did not take a photo of our food and the box! This is so toxic and i did not realize until we almost finished the food, the box was all crooked. My suggestion for the owner is that to place a foil in the bottom of the foam lunch box and place food above it.

Marcus Moreno

I go with my wife to this place often! This is my favorite place to dine. I visit this spot regularly. The food is excellent, the staff members are polite and the payment is good. I like eating in this restaurant to have a tasty meal.

Steve T.

Mediocre food and the service is horrible! We had the satay which was $8 for 6 very small pieces. Then we had a Singapore noodle dish and the Nasi Lemak. Neither were good. We at them because we were hungry but normally would have walked out. Our biggest issue with the restaurant was the service. We walked in and a rude woman (owner possibly or likely relative?) doesn't greet us-just points to a table for us to be seated. She never checked on us and bringing the food, never said thank you when we paid, etc. Amazing they allow somebody like this to be the face to the customers. Unfortunately there are so few places in the Detroit where you can get Malaysian food but we won't be back.

Tianpeng Y.

Terrible. Ordered Yangzhou fry rice. Everything is cold except the rice and egg.They prepared the meat and sea food in advance for fry rice.when they almost complete the fry rice , they will add meat and seafood and stir frying together. So obviously the chief did not stir frying enough time and cause only the rice and egg were hot. Would not come back again


Best place for singaporeans and malaysians to enjoy local cuisine in detroit

moises f.

I think it's closed. Sign looks like it's taken down when I dropped by. I was going to try it. I would drop by if someone tells me otherwise

Aileen T.

Right down home-cooking style restaurant - South East Asian style! Very refreshing to have this restaurant around to fix my craving of Indonesian/Malaysian food! Their roti canai is a must have appetizer. Char Kwe Tiau (wok fried flat rice noodles with seafood and pork sausage) was so hit the spot! The only feedback is that some times the portion was too small/inconsistent. Good price though!

sabrina aynita

Food is good

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