Satay Sumang: New satay stall opens in Punggol West; S$5 delivery for Punggol and Sengkang

More halal options in Punggol.

A stall selling satay, recently opened in a coffeeshop at Punggol West. If you know where Habib’s Express is, that’s where the new stall is also located.

The new stall, simply called Satay Sumang, just opened last December and is a much welcomed addition to the neighbourhood which is known to have a dearth of halal Malay food for quite some time.


Diners can opt from a range of satay such as chicken, mutton, beef, and tripe (S$0.80 per pc). After being skewered and seasoned in a concoction of spices like tamarind and galangal, the meat is grilled over charcoal fire.

Not a fan of meat? There’s also BBQ skewered prawns (S$2 per stick) that are served with the stall’s signature sambal.

Photo via Satay Sumang

Every order is also accompanied with standard sides of peanut sauce, lontong (rice cakes), and sliced onions and cucumber.

Here are more photos from customers:

The satay from Sumang
Photo via Shazleen Eleana/Facebook
Satay on a plate
Photo via Q Zee DaBongz/Facebook

Combo sets

Satay is a communal dish, so it’s best to order many sticks at one go. Thankfully, Satay Sumang has three fixed combo sets on the menu to cater for various party sizes.

They are:

Mixed Combo (S$24)


  • 10 pcs Chicken
  • 10 pcs Mutton
  • 10 pcs Beef
  • 2pcs Rice Cake

Special Combo (S$44)


  • 10 pcs Chicken
  • 10 pcs Mutton
  • 10 pcs Beef
  • 10 pcs Prawn
  • 3pcs Rice Cake

Family Combo (S$69)


  • 20 pcs Chicken
  • 20 pcs Mutton
  • 20 pcs Beef
  • 10 pcs Prawn
  • 5pcs Rice Cake

S$5 delivery

Delivery within Punggol and Sengkang is at S$5 daily at these timing slots:

  • 6pm – 7pm
  • 7pm – 8pm
  • 8pm – 9pm

Customers are advised to call before 4.30pm to place their orders.

Here’s the combo menu from their Facebook page for reference:

The combo menu
Photo via Satay Sumang

For Punggol West residents who live close by, it’s perhaps more convenient to just head down to purchase the satay directly.

As a resident myself, I have purchased satay twice from them and both times have been satisfying especially in the recent cool weather.

If you’re heading down, just look out for the stall Selera Padang (it’s a nasi padang stall by day) or just trust your nostrils and follow the direction of BBQ smoke.

Main photo by The Halal Eater. No photos can be reproduced without permission from The Halal Eater.

Address: 218 Sumang Walk #01-10, Singapore 820218
Halal status: Muslim-owned
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 4:30pm – 10pm. Closed on Mondays

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