For more than 30 years, a street hawker peddling satay on a rickety wooden pushcart around Tiong Bahru had a following among residents and foodies. Throughout the years, the Tiong Bahru Satay Man, whose real name is Mr Ang Boon Ee, was fined repeatedly by the authorities for selling food without a licence as you can read on Straitstimes.com .
Apparently at last the man was fined 400 USD and he decided to just give up his pushcart activity but not completely because gaining all that following now he's doing few private events a month and now teaming up with important locations too.
Hot off the press – and the grill – is the latest instalment of Moosehead’s Supper Series, where the Mediterranean restaurant in Telok Ayer collaborates with guest chefs. And in the spotlight for one night only on 7 April: Moosehead’s Chef Seumas Smith, and the affectionately-named Ah Pui, read on The Honey Combers.com
Thanks to this rare collaboration, you’ll now know exactly where to find him, cooking his satay that’s made from lemongrass- and coconut-marinated pork loin and pork lard, and served with homemade peanut gravy and hand-grated pineapple, the site goes on.
The next event "The Satay Shindig" will be on 7 April, 10pm onwards, Moosehead Kitchen-Bar, 110 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore.