Malaysian Cuisine…

Malaysia is a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural country located in Southeast Asia. It is a country full of attractions, also known as a treasure trove of fascinating culture, history and nature, and is visited by many tourists from all over the world every year.

Malaysia, a multi-ethnic country, has abundant delicious food and sweets!

The price of food is reasonable, so it’s a perfect country for gourmet lovers! However, in Malaysia, which is an Islamic country, although alcohol is available, the price is high, so those who like to drink may have a hard time.

Nasi goreng

 

Malaysian style fried rice! This is also a popular street food, which is made by seasoning ingredients such as vegetables and seafood with oyster sauce and garlic, and fried eggs on top. It’s a timeless taste that makes you want to eat it every day.

Mie Goreng

Speaking of Malaysia’s classic food stalls, Mie Goreng is the best. Stir-fried vegetables and seafood with egg noodles and seasoned with oyster sauce and chili, it has a delicious taste that you will be addicted to once you eat it.

Assam Laksa

Laksa is a noodle dish loved by the Malaysian people. You will need to add different noodles and ingredients to the sour soup that contains a lot of fish meat. The taste and ingredients vary from region to region, so please try and compare them.

Nasi lemak

A classic dish of rice cooked with coconut milk and eaten with a sweet and spicy sauce called sambal. Especially, it is often eaten for breakfast and is popular as a national dish in Malaysia.

Nasi campur

It is a one-plate dish where you can choose your favorite side dish on a plate with rice. It is a dish that is very often eaten in Malaysia and Indonesia, and it is a nice point that there is a wide variety of side dishes.

Otak-otak

It is a food like grilled kamaboko in Japan. It is a dish of fish paste, coconut and spices, wrapped in banana leaves and baked. It goes well with beer, so please try it as a snack.

Southsea chicken with rice

Hainan chicken rice, a staple in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a dish in which rice is cooked with boiled chicken juice and eaten with boiled chicken, and it is popular with Japanese people because it has a light taste. It’s a simple dish, but the taste is slightly different in each restaurant, so please try various foods and find your favorite chicken rice

Hokkien mee

A classic dish of pork fat, shrimp and other ingredients fried with thick noodles and seasoned with rich soy sauce. It looks black, so you might hesitate to order it for a moment, but the taste is outstanding!

Satay

It is a dish of chicken marinated with spices stabbed on a skewer and grilled. Please add sweet and spicy peanut sauce. It is popular as a daily meal for the common people, and you can find satay shops in various places in the city.

Murtabak

Fried bread and murtabak are eaten not only in Southeast Asia such as Malaysia and Singapore, but also in the Middle East. Garlic, onions, and mutton are sandwiched between multiple layers of dough, and it has a reputation for being very delicious.

Masare Machiriapi

Plenty of coconut milk! Malaysian-style vegetable stew Masare Machiriapi is a delicious dish with a mellow flavor of coconut milk. Please try it when you go to Malaysia.

Steam boat

Malaysia’s leading hot pot dish and steam boat. Put ingredients such as vegetables and meat in a donut-shaped pot, simmer, and serve with chili sauce or soy sauce. This menu is recommended when eating with a large number of people.

Char kway teow

A classic dish of stir-fried flat noodles made from rice flour, along with shrimp, eggs, and meat. The mellow seasoning with oyster sauce is not as stimulating as other Southeast Asian dishes, so it seems to be accepted by everyone.

Bak kut teh

It is said that Malaysian street food “Bak Kut Teh” originated from Chinese immigrant dock workers who ate it as breakfast to replenish their stamina. It is a soup dish of pork spare ribs stewed with various herbs, herbs, and Chinese herbs such as star anise, goji, and ginseng.

Paity

Paiti is a typical Peranakan dish. In a cup made by fried rice flour, fried onion, brocade egg, and shredded turnip are put in sweetly boiled and served with chili sauce.

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