After so many burger joints, chicken houses and other single ingredient restaurants, Satatouille places the ordinary sate on a pedestal. Owners Karin and John tell Story154 that they were looking for a place to relish on a well made sate. They felt like one was missing and didn’t always wanted to go to Indonesian restaurants like Restaurant Blauw or Kantjil To Go.
The Concept & Menu
Satatouille stands for a mix of many cuisines but always with one specific ingredient, the sate. From an Indonesian version marinated in sweet soy sauce with herbs like coriander, cumin, lemongrass, ginger, garlic and red onion to a Japanese or a Greek style sate made from lamb and served with a Greek salad on the side. Or you can go for the Thai variant with coriander, chili, a cocos-curry sauce and big shrimps in a compote of pineapple, ginger and chili. Their starters are internationally oriented: A ceviche, tataki, tom kha kai, sushi and sashimi. All ingredients are local and organic (if possible) to enjoy the best taste possible!
UPDATE: This venue has closed down.