The Hong Kong Plaza Food Court may not seem a likely site for a culinary epiphany - but if you were to get your hands on a dripping, ink-black skewer of grilled pork at Satay Fong, you might be inclined to disagree. Like any Indonesian fast-food joint worth its kecap, Satay Fong's menu revolves around variations on the basic nasi rames combination platter, foam plates containing dabs of three or four dishes, a mound of simmered rice, and a plastic cup or two of one chile sambal or another - maybe the mysterious but powerfully delicious roasted green-chile sauce hot enough to make the reputation of any Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles.
Payment Type: cash
Parking: No Parking
Reservations: Accepted, Not Necessary