Malaysia Local Food
Bak Kut Teh
Famous Chinese delicacies in Malaysia. It’s a Chinese pork rib soup that is prepared with five spices such as cinnamon, star anise, fennel seeds, clove, garlic, pepper and herbs. One should try this is they are pork lovers.
Nasi Lemak is one of the celebrated cuisines in Malaysia. Brought in by Malays, this plate consists of white rice cooked in coconut milk, along with ‘sambal’, a chili paste mixed with salted anchovies.
Cendol – a famous drink come desert that consists of coconut milk, green starched noodles with artificial pandan flavoring and palm sugar.
The very famous Roti canai a crispy and fluffy looking (also known as roti prata) is usually served with beans curry, fish curry or mint source.
Asam laksa is a sizzling and spicy noodles that is served with chilies, poaching mackerel (ikan kembong), garlic, lemongrass, ginger and Vietnamese coriander (daun kesum).
The “King of Fruits” in Malaysia is unique for its great size, inimitable smell, and tough thorn-covered husk.
A delicious local salad with irreplaceable grave flavored comprising of fried dough fritters, fruits, bean sprouts, turnips, cucumbers topped off with prawn paste.
Satay is a bowl comprising of bite-sized pieces that comes in forms of mutton, pork chicken, and beef which is served with a flavorful spicy peanut sauce, onions and slices of cucumbers.