Satay Brothers

$$Food Truck, Canadian , Asian, Fusion, ModernSud-Ouest
Medium 1d49c636 92db 4122 a834 58995e0021c3
Mon closed
Tue closed
Wed 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Thu 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fri 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
3721 Notre-Dame W
Montreal, QCH4C 1P8
Call: 514.933.3507
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Chef  reviews Papaya salad at post.venue.name
Papaya salad
"This really fun kiosk is at Atwater Market in the summer and in a small space on St. Jacques in the winter. The food is inspired by brothers Mat and Alex's Singaporean mother, Kim (she works there, too). The green papaya salad is sweet, sour, and full of toasted salty peanuts and chilies. I never get bored of this salad. I love to order their vegetarian steamed buns and sneak some of my papaya salad inside. Mat, an old employee at Olive, jokingly accuses me of creating my own dishes with his!"
Chef  reviews Laksa lemak at post.venue.name
Laksa lemak
"Satay Brothers is a small kind of pop-up-style restaurant. They have a stall at the Atwater Market in the summer, but for the first time this winter, they had a small locale on St. Jacques west of Atwater. I always pick up food for these guys on my way to work for lunch after a market run. I can't resist ordering a pork belly steamed bun or two every time, but their spicy prawn and chicken laksa is what gets me through the afternoon!"
Chef  reviews Pork belly steamed bun at post.venue.name
Pork belly steamed bun
"On the way to Aubut to buy my groceries, I always stop by Satay Brothers to have my barbecue pork buns. One of the brothers was an ex-employee of mine at Le Club Chasse et PĂȘche, and I love what they're doing there. They make really good Thai street food, plus their mom is great and her recipes are amazing. I love the way the Chinese steamed bun is complimented by the fattiness from the pork belly and freshness of the cucumbers. I pick one up at the stand, eat it, and I'm out of there."

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