Malaysian Chinese Restaurant

Our signatured satay skewers are really to-die-for Offering a true culinary experience!


Chinese New Year Lion Dance Schedules


Satay Ria wishes you good fortune and prosperity! Kung Hei Fat Choy. Join us in celebrating the most important festival in the Chinese calendar – Chinese New Year – as Satay Ria celebrates a weekend of activities and entertainment. Call us now on 3252 2881 to book a reservation.

Mark your calendar and don’t miss out on our Chinese New Year Lion Dance performances.

Here are the following schedules:

Satay Ria Fortitude Valley
– Friday, 27th Jan at 7:00 pm
– Saturday, 28th Jan at 7:00 pm

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Satay Ria’s Chinese New Year Menu 2017


Chinese New Year Menu 2017

Satay Ria’s 2017 Chinese New Year Menu and Chinese New Year Banquet, for only $438, perfect for Chinese New Year Celebration to share with family and friends (Good for 10 persons). Celebrate Chinese New Year at Satay Ria.

Malaysian Food: Diversity at its finest!


Malaysia offers endless varieties of distinct cuisines. It’s here the gastronomic experience starts. Indian curries, Chinese soups, and Malay desserts tantalize the taste buds and ignite the food fan’s imagination. Malaysians are known for their passion for food. This love goes beyond the enjoyment of eating a well-cooked meal. The sharing of a meal with one’s friends and family is a symbol of harmony and unity.

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Bakuteh (BKT)

The name literally translates as “meat bone tea”, and, at its most straightforward, consists of fatty pork ribs simmered in a broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dong guai, fennel seeds and garlic) slow cook for days. Nevertheless, added ingredients may contain offal, varieties of mushroom, choy sum (vegetables), and pieces tofu puffs.

Excellent Things About Malaysian Food


Clearly, Malaysian food is greatly affected by Thai, Chinese, Indonesian and Indian cuisine. These influences expand from using the wok to the blends of spices used in many popular dishes.

Malaysian cuisine has an enormous range – also makes it difficult to classify all. This may be tricky for restaurateurs but we should adopt it.

Satay Ria Celebrating 5th Year Anniversary


Satay Ria Celebrating 5th Year Anniversary
August 2016 – Cannon Hill Branch Only

Every table of 5 and above will receive a free Salt-baked Chicken (當歸鹽焗雞) Normally $48 we are now offering $20 (August only)

Booking is essential. To book a table, you may call us on
3390 6226 – Satay Ria Cannon Hill Or book your reservation online at

Visit us Satay Ria Cannon Hill Branch at

Satay Ria Cannon Hill
Shop 8 Cannon Central
1145 Wynnum Rd,
Cannon Hill, QLD 4170

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Things to know about Malaysian Food


Malaysia is the residence of several ethnic groups discovered its origins in the colonial period where hundreds and thousands of immigrants who come here to locate an honest living in the nation wealthy. Many Chinese immigrants who worked in mining and the Indians set along the rubber plantations brought with them their culture remember the rich culinary tradition. Culture to go along nicely with their cooking where uncommon conventional assembly typical accompanied with another mouthwatering cuisine, which becomes Malaysian food recipes.

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Malaysian Food History


Malaysian food history and culture is a voluptuous multitude of mixed cultures and races all of whom have brought their national dishes and foods to the coasts of Malaysia practically since the beginning of history.

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The Fortitude Valley has additionally been known because of its artwork and cutting-edge culture, supporting cultural facilities such as the Judith Wright Centre and Visible Ink and nurturing young designers and artist including Maiocchi. And before this, in the 1900’s, The Valley was known because of its assortment of material drapery stores, beginning its long tradition with the layout, fashion, and clothes.

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