[CLOSED] Alati Skewers (Square 2)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Alati Skewers is the first outlet in Singapore to bring in the famous taste of Xinjiang-style lamb skewers. Known for it's succulent taste, these grilled lambs sure does attract a crowd back in Northern China and loved by travelers all around the world!

10 Sinaran Drive
#01-22 Square 2
Singapore 307506

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Great skewers bogo offer $4 for 3

Pork option is the best. Definitely try when near novena

Don't really know the difference in skewers and satay, I find them similar

Save this skewer kiosk housed in Square 2 for the next time you're feeling peckish around Novena. This unassuming hole-in-a-wall serves up juicy, grilled-to-order Sichuan-style skewers. Popular picks are the super juicy Lamb Skewers ($5.40 for 3 sticks) and the tender Chicken Skewers ($4.50 for 3 sticks). Spice levels are customisable as well, so ask for more/less spicy seasoning accordingly!
Photo by Burppler Maureen Ow

Delicious Xinjiang-style skewers at Alati Skewers.

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Their skewers is very good. Meat is juicy and tender, not those satay kind which are dry and hard. Give their tiger milk tea a try too.

Very tasty and affordable too, plus the chef really customises the skewer to your tastes. Would definitely come back again.

Came here for the skewers but was blown away by the milk tea instead.

The Tiger Milk Tea ($2.80) was good. Tea was smooth and not too milky. Pearls were chewy and just the right consistency. I'm glad that the aunty recommended the drink. For the price I would say it's good.

Honestly if I didn't order the milk tea I would have left feeling meh. I tried both chicken and lamb skewer. Chicken was well cooked (not too dry) but seasoning wise I felt it was quite lacking. Just tasted cumin and the flavour of the meat. Personally felt that it could use more salt and spices. Same goes for the lamb. The lamb was a little tough and taste of seasoning was quite mild. Not sure if it's meant to be like this though.

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