Satay is well-loved in Singapore for its intoxicating mix of sweet, salty, savoury and smoky taste thanks to the grilling of meat over charcoal to a glistening finish. There are two broad types of satay found in Singapore, a Malay/Muslim-style and a Chinese/Hainanese-style. Both are available in a range of proteins and are accompanied by a peanut-based dipping sauce. The latter, however, can be identified from the use of pork and the addition of tangy pineapple puree in the sauce. But whichever style you’re partial to, here are 10 different satay stalls in Singapore to savour them both.