Satu Satu

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Satu Satu
93-97 St George's Road, Glasgow, G3 6JA
  • Telephone 0141 237 4515
  • Food served Mon–Fri: noon–2.30pm, 5–9.30pm. Closed Sat/Sun.
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Malaysian restaurant serving an extensive and authentic range of desserts, top class savoury food and no-corkage BYOB.

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Although Satu Satu appears to be caught between two identities – a restaurant providing both familiar and unfamiliar Malaysian dishes and a ‘dessert café’ – its strength is undeniably in the imaginative and intriguing selection of puds on offer. Featuring sweet treats that profess health benefits, bubble tea, rice and mochi balls – which have a texture and taste that evade easy description, the dessert menu is a clear highlight and a visit for tea and pudding is highly recommended. The main dishes are hearty, if occasionally lacking nuance in the flavouring, and appeal to the more adventurous diner who wants to escape the tropes of East Asian cuisine. The atmosphere, with open kitchen, busy but polite staff and a family friendly warmth, replaces the seriousness of the restaurant experience with something more informal and homely. The idiosyncratic opening hours – it is closed at weekends – should not distract diners from a menu that is certainly distinctive and, in the case of the desserts, one of the most original selections in Glasgow.

The List's rating






Gareth K Vile visited Satu Satu on 21 February 2019
  • High point: The dessert range – large, delicious and distinctive
  • Low point: Noodles a little over-salted
  • Notable dish: Hot mochi balls in sweet soup
  • Average price: £8.45 (set lunch); £16 (dinner)
  • Delivery: from £3. Also use Scoffable
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Halal options, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
  • Capacity: 28
  • Largest group: 30
  • Open since: 2016
  • BYOB: Nothing corkage

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