Kuala Kemaman Satar and Otak-Otak
What is Satar? It is made out of fish, grated coconut, santan and a bit of sago. It comes wrapped in coconut leaves, after being stuck on long spits and smoked on hot embers.
Otak otak had a small slice of fish, thickly coated with spices, mince shallots, onions, ginger, chillies and wrapped in banana leaves..
To get to Kuala Kemaman, if you are coming from Kuantan/Cherating, drive towards Kuala Terengganu/Chukai. You will see Kuala Kemaman's sign board (approximately 10 mins after driving pass Club Med) on your right (there's a bus station at the corner). Turn in, you will see the satar stall on your left (first stall, opens frm 2 pm onwards). If you drive further down, at T junction, turn left. Drive for about 5 mins, you'll see the shop (the picture i took, opens from 2 pm onwards) on your right, that serves satar, otak otak, pais, keropok lekor etc.