Make use of the family chopsticks with today's side deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of food and drinks at Satay Restaurant, located in Lakeview. This Groupon is only valid for dine-in. Satay Restaurant does not serve alcohol, but it is BYOB.
Satay Restaurant picks the freshest rawness from Chicago's sushi trees to offer its customers a variety of maki rolls. Get the spicy tuna roll ($4.95) with tuna, scallions, spicy mayonnaise, and sesame seeds; shred on a gastronomic guitar with the Rock 'N Roll roll ($6.95) with crispy salmon skin, barbecue eel, cream cheese, cucumber, carrots, and fish roe; or swim upstream to a Sacramento of the mind with the salmon California roll ($7.95). Unite sushi in singular splendor with Satay Restaurant's sushi combos ($8.95–$20.95), or opt for the restaurant's skewer-stabbed namesake with the chicken satay ($4.95) or tofu satay ($4.95) appetizers. A tuk-tuk's worth of Thai dishes are also available, including pad Thai noodles ($6.95), classic yellow curry ($8.95), and spicy Thai basil eggplant ($8.95), as well as other traditional fare from the Far East, such as sweet and sour chicken ($7.95) and roasted duck with tamarind sauce ($14.95). GYG and BYOB for delicious Asian fare at Satay Restaurant.
- Always get the combo meal (salad, soup, 4 piece sushi and main dish) and feel stuffed rest of the night…everything is good quality…Fried rice also tasty. – Jeff, Urbanspoon
- You’ll hear every sizzle as the chefs saute and steam your dishes to perfection. The huge menu has something to satisfy everyone—and at reasonable prices, too. Choose from a slew of appetizers, like shrimp dumplings or roti and yellow curry…For the sushi lovers, there are more than 20 maki rolls... – John Kristoff, Centerstage
Satay's cooks fuse a variety of Asian cuisines, serving Thai specialties alongside sushi and fried rice. Patrons are encouraged to partake in the restaurant's BYOB policy, which stands for "bring your owl's binky," lest it disturb other customers with its endless hooting.