Satay Beef Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Consumer favourite Satay Beef delivery restaurants

Castle Terrace Chinese Cuisine

Chinese
11:00 - 15:00, 17:30 - 23:00
Min order
Castle Hill
10% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
FREE ITEM
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  • First order discount

    Get 10% off your 1st online order

  • Free Item

    Order $30 or more Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Bag of Prawn Chips

Crystal Garden Chinese Restaurant

Chinese
17:00 - 21:30
Min order
Malabar

Eastern Sea Chinese Restaurant - Coogee

Chinese
12:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:00
Min order
Coogee

Lucky Chinese Restaurant

Chinese
11:00 - 22:30
Min order
Dulwich Hill
FREE ITEM
  • Free Item

    Order $30 or more Free Prawn Crackers for order $30 and above.

  • Free Item

    Order between $30 and $30 1.25L Softdrink

Tai Pak Chinese Restaurant

Chinese
17:00 - 21:00
Min order
Chester Hill
10% Off
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  • Discount: 5% Off

    Order between $100 and $130 and receive 5% off your order.

  • Discount: 10% Off

    Order $130 or more and receive 10% off your order.

  • Free Item

    Order between $60 and $100 Free 10 mini spring rolls for orders over $60

Thai Tables

Thai
17:30 - 21:30
Min order
Hornsby
FREE ITEM
  • Free Item

    Order between $50 and $100 BONUS FREE 1 x Bonus Free Serve of Prawn Crackers

  • Free Item

    Order $100 or more BONUS FREE 1 x Bonus Free 1.25L Soft Drink

Top BBQ Restaurant

Chinese
11:30 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:30
Min order
Dee Why

West End Garden

Asian
11:30 - 14:30, 17:00 - 22:00
Min order
South Brisbane
20% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
  • First order discount

    Get 20% off your 1st online order

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Satay Beef delivery from local restaurants

Satay Beef delivery from local restaurants

Incredibly popular in Southeast Asia, Satay is prepared in several countries, including Thailand, Singapore, Suriname, Brunei, the Netherlands, Malaysia and the Philippines and is claimed by both Malaysia and Thailand. However, its origin is believed to have been in Indonesia, where it remains a national dish. Satay is supposedly a variation of the Indian kebab, introduced and sold by Muslim street vendors. The traditional meat used for this dish is beef and mutton in Malaysia and Indonesia and chicken and pork in China.

What takeaway Satay Beef can I order online?
 
Luckily for them, Australians can be introduced to Satay Beef through takeaway from Thai and Indonesian restaurants. Any Australian diner is sure to enjoy Satay Beef, a dish which features skewered beef, which is seasoned and grilled before being served accompanied by a sauce.
 
Because this dish is so wide-spread, other types of meat may be used, according to location and personal preference: mutton, goat, pork, fish, or chicken, as well as tofu. Alternatively, shrimp, turtle, snake, horse, shrimp, crocodile or lizard can also be included in some varieties.
 
Satay is traditionally prepped in a marinade to which turmeric is indispensable and can be served with cucumbers, onions and ketupat, peanut gravy or a spicy peanut dipping sauce, but side dishes and accompanying dishes differ depending on location.

Recent reviews

King Palace Chinese & Malaysian Restaurant

Overall 9.3 |  Food 9  |  Value 9  |  Speed 10

We Tried for the first time tonight as our regular changed ownership. We were very impressed! Food was tasty and hot!... Read more

Nicole - February 2018

Top BBQ Restaurant

Overall 9.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 9  |  Speed 9

Best Chinese food we’ve had in a long time. On time and the food was delicious! The lamb pancakes my new favourite! Will be... Read more

Bridie - January 2018

Lucky Chinese Restaurant

Overall 8.3 |  Food 7  |  Value 9  |  Speed 9

Good value for money Chinese food. When you know that you want cheap basic Chinese food this place is pretty reliable I've found.

Daniel - December 2017
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